Pursuing sustainability: how “Design and Business” is transforming the packaging industry

In an era of growing environmental awareness, “Design and Business” aims to redefine standards in packaging production. Through sustainable practices, the company is not only minimizing its negative impact on the environment, but also making revolutionary changes throughout the industry.


“Design and Business” builds its reputation on innovation and commitment to sustainable packaging, turning its assumptions into real action. We emphasize the value of intelligent resource management, striving to create high-quality products that simultaneously minimize environmental impact.

Packaging for the future: designing for sustainability

While traditional packaging manufacturing often focuses on cost and production efficiencies, we at Design and Business strive to incorporate sustainable design ideas into our creative process for the companies we support. This philosophy expands the design framework to consider environmental, social and economic issues at every stage of production.


Using renewable and biodegradable materials and minimizing waste generated during production, “Design and Business” strives to create products that are not only stunning to look at, but also environmentally friendly.


Pioneering innovation for sustainable development 

Innovation plays a key role in our “Design and Business” strategy. We are constantly looking for new technologies and solutions that can help minimize the environmental footprint of packaging production.


One example is the use of biodegradable materials that can replace traditional plastics. “Design and Business” also uses the latest technologies, such as automation and 3D printing, to increase production efficiency and reduce waste.


Building partnerships for sustainable development

“Design and Business does not operate in isolation. We actively seek to build partnerships for our customers at various stages of the supply chain, including raw material suppliers, manufacturers.


Through these partnerships, we and our customers have the opportunity to work with others for sustainable development and to minimize the packaging industry’s impact on the environment. Such collaborations benefit all parties involved, creating new business opportunities, offering consumers quality products that are also environmentally friendly, and contributing to the protection of the planet.


The pursuit of sustainability is no longer just a matter of ethics or social responsibility. For “Design and Business,” it’s the key to the future and sustainable development. By transforming the packaging industry, they are proving that financial gains can go hand in hand with environmental and social benefits, showing that such a transformation is not only possible, but beneficial.

The Norwegian and EEA funds represent Norway's contribution to a green, competitive and inclusive Europe.
Through the Norwegian and EEA Funds, Norway contributes to reducing social and economic inequalities and strengthening bilateral relations with beneficiary countries from Central and Southern Europe and the Baltic Sea area.
Norway cooperates closely with the EU under the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA).
Together with other donors, Norway provided €3.3 billion in successive fund programmes between 1994 and 2014.
The Norwegian funds are exclusively funded by Norway and are available in the countries that joined the EU after 2003. The Norwegian funds for 2014-2021 amount to €1.25 billion.