A brand new identity for the IRISPHERE programme
Coordinated by citydev.brussels, the IRISPHERE programme wants to boost the development of the circular economy in the Brussels-Capital Region.
Its ambition is twofold: to guide Brussels companies to improve materials cycles and to reinforce cooperation between companies on the regional level.
A broad consortium of Brussels actors who are circular economy pioneers led the IRISPHERE programme.
That consortium consists of citydev.brussels, EcoRes, Lateral Thinking Factory, Greenloop, BECI, La Ferme Nos Pilifs, Bruxelles Environnement, Bruxelles-Propreté, the Port of Brussels, the Communauté Portuaire Bruxelloise, atrium.brussels, and greentech.brussels by impulse.brussels.
IRISPHERE receives support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Brussels-Capital Region, and provides a free service to improve your company’s circularity.
IRISPHERE is looking to experiment with industrial ecology on a city scale.
Industrial ecology takes its cue from natural ecosystems to reorganize economic activities and the flow management for those economic activities.
The starting point is setting up an industrial symbiosis between companies, simultaneously improving those companies’ bottom line and environmental performance.
The large consortium of Brussels actors who lead the programme has entrusted the communication agency, Page in extremis with the mission to create a new logo and a dynamic visual system for IRISPHERE.
Page in extremis has over 23 years experience in guiding organisations on the road to defining and articulating their uniqueness. The multidisciplinary communication agency team translates your organisation core idea into brilliant and adequate visual systems.
Based in Brussels, the communication agency Page in extremis can help you define the essence of your brand and formulate its differences in a very positive relationship with its environment and all its stakeholders.
Page in extremis builds brands and strengthens the reputation of leading organisations, European associations, and global corporations.