CAP 2022

The first edition of the Circular Ambassador Program ran from September till December 2022.


CAP Belgium was set in the spring of 2023. This truly Belgian edition had participants from Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia. The spoken language of the event is English.

For whom?

We are looking for people who are eager to make an impact within their own professional environment. Do you have a broad network in which you can share the circular mindset? Are you ready to convince people to move towards a circular value chain? Are you starting work in the near future and would you like to bring a new direction into a company? Or do you bring years of experience to CAP that helps activate others and implement change?

We are looking for you: Coaches, trainers, consultants, profiles with sustainability functions within the regular- and social economy, entrepreneurs and final-year students.

The program

The program consists of 7 training days divided into three blocks. Between these blocks, there is one day of homework, in preparation for an interim coaching session. During the CAP, you are divided into multidisciplinary groups of five participants. In this group you will work on a demand-driven, topical case within the circular economy, using design methods taught through an interactive and creative process.

Circular Flanders is the hub and inspiration for the circular economy in Flanders. It is a partnership of governments, businesses, civil society and the knowledge community, taking action together.
The Argonauts have driven expertise in business, service and spatial design. They supervise various training courses, design processes, and co-creation and participation processes for both companies and governments.
As an expert in the circular economy, Möbius has in-depth understanding of different dimensions of circularity and know both barriers and opportunities in this area. Möbius is active in circular projects in the private and public sector both throughout Belgium and Europe.

The Cmartlife project receives support from the LIFE program of the European Union