Small things matter. Just like the the regular checkup at your doctor, so does it for our products – plus it can be a powerful way to strengthen customer relationship and lifetime value. But how to execute it?
Since the Right-to-Repair it becomes clear that electronics need to be more repairable globally. Fixing a product can extend the lifetime significantly and be profitable too if performed using best practices. Learn how!
Refurbishing products has become a hot market in the last years – from electronics to furniture or fashion. Therefore, taking them back having transparency about the lifecycle and access to services is key. Explore how you can leverage repair networks for it!
The more a product is used across its lifetime, the better will be its circularity and sustainability – for example using a rental or “Product-as-a-Service” model. Orchestrating services along the way will be critical to scale those models. Learn how we can help you do that!
Sometimes a product can’t be used anymore – but often components or parts are still working that can be used in new or other products. Here, product and service history with predictions can help in a shared network. Explore how we match and assess materials!
Once one of the previous strategies can’t be applied anymore, it’s time to find another material use – e.g. upcycling fashion, using a washing drum as lamp or electric vehicle batteries for alternative energy storage. See how we help keep materials in use!
Ultimately, we want to bring back the materials in the loop. Here we can also give recyclers a platform to see what materials are in the current market and give them a way to bring still functioning components to repair and refurbishing partners. Check our matching market!