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4 March 2024

On March 1st CLS and the Embassy of Sweden in Lisbon organized a Business Breakfast together with CLS member, Foxway. 22 attendees entered the Residence of the Ambassador of Sweden to Portugal, to listen to Stefan Nilsson when he provided solutions on how we can manage carbon reductions and de-growth challenges in a hyper-consumerism society through circular tech. 

The first Business Breakfast of the year was on the theme of sustainability, refurbishment, and de-growth. Foxway is the largest circular tech company in Europe, founded in 2009. They are an ambitious team of experts focused on providing circular tech services to large organizations, the public sector, and the recommerce industry. They recover and remarket tech, and provide the infrastructure necessary to give it a truly sustainable life-cycle.

The Business Breakfast allowed Foxway to gather partners, clients, and prospects for an interesting discussion regarding sustainable challenges, possibilities, and solutions in the tech industry. 

"It was a pleasure to have the possibility to meet some of the Foxway partners in the venues of the Embassy of Sweden in Lisbon. Thank you to the Swedish-Portguese Chamber of Commerce for the great event. "

- Óscar Diaz, Managing Director Southern Europe, Foxway.


About Stefan Nilsson

Stefan is unfortunately a “white, reasonably well off, 50+ successful CIS man with 7 kids” (usually a perfect blame and hate object) but this has not always been the case. Raising his teenagers bi weekly by himself as a, at that time, cash-less entrepreneur living for >10 years in a 50m2 rebuilt bicycle storage with his 4 sons In 2010 he started up the embryo of the success story Foxway from scratch evolving the organization with other co founders and PE investors to an almost 2000 engaged circularity company with engaged advocates trying to make a real impact in the market and the world.

Foxway is trying to create a culture and energy to prove that its possible to consume less, live better and be happier with a basic lifestyle valuing nature, culture and a sustainable lifestyle. Stefan is now trying to give back to society with engagement, and studies in ethics, climate, de-growth and sustainability. He refuses to contribute to green-washing and is 24/7 fighting the baseline of observing ESG or sustainability as a compliance part of a business.

As Chief Sustainability Officer he also managed to include the new ESRS / CSRD framework into the strategy as well as the upcoming climate strategy expected by stakeholders. What does it take to include Science based target into a business? How to set a target and believe in it? Is it even possible?

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