We unlock the circular economy potential by connecting innovative startups with companies so that they can co-create solutions to accelerate their transition towards circular economy



The Circul'R Club

5 Club events

The Club is a meeting place for startups and large companies in the circular economy. The events are divided in three times: inspiration time with testimonials from large groups and startups pitches, fun networking session to meet your future partners, and co-creation with Design Thinking workshops to find solution to the challenges of circular economy.


50+ consulting missions

Depending on your progress in the circular economy, Circul’R’s consulting team can help you to 1) define your vision and objectives, 2) prioritise and plan the actions to be carried out with the most relevant circular partners and 3) set up tangible projects (launch of a new offer, release of a new product, new production/distribution system, etc.).
We have already worked with more than 50 large groups and SMEs in their transition to a more circular business model. Would you be next?

The Challenge

1 challenge

The Circular Office Challenge is developed to create coherence between big corporation's circular economy vision and their practice in offices. It has three steps for companies to incorporate a more circular lifestyle into their offices:

1. Immersion and diagnostics

2. Identifying solutions

3. Meeting solutions.


400 conferences

Through his journey around the world, Jules shared his circular economy expertise using real examples to illustrate this innovative and viable model in front of the Global L’Oreal excecutive commitee.

Engagement workshops

​20 trainings

We've developed training modules on circular economy combining inspiration, collective intelligence and design thinking workshops.


With CITEO, we are touring french regions (Strasbourg, Lyon, Toulouse,...) to raise awareness, inspire et encourage local actors to co-create circular solutions in cities.


15 expeditions

We led the Decathlon global executive committee in Amsterdam to meet brands like Patagonia, Fairphone, and Interface. 

Months later, CEO of Decathlon, Michel Abalea stated that the expedition helped to make circular economy a part of Decathlon’s global strategy 


The 3 steps to get into circular economy

They have engaged with Circul'R


Construction and Energy


Fashion and Sports Gear



Retail and Distribution