Electrolux Innovation Hub's Tove Chevalley on designing a future kitchen for sustainable eating

Electrolux was founded in 1901. Today, they offer a full line of kitchen and laundry appliances, inspired by their work in designing professional products for the world’s best chefs. Tove Chevalley is the Head of Electrolux’s Innovation Hub focused on rethinking the way we cook, clean, and take care of our homes. In this episode, we dive into how the Innovation Team co-creates with chefs, teenagers, colleagues, and startups to develop new solutions that facilitate sustainable eating, better clothing care, and wellbeing in the home.  11:00 Electrolux's sustainability targets for 2030 18:12 The future kitchen in 10 years 24:00 Defining sustainable eating 29:00 How Electrolux sources innovation 43:30 How the hub facilitates internal innovation Episode Transcript  Related Links and Episodes More interviews from Sweden More interviews with corporate innovation leaders Chef Gunnar on using smoke to flavor food K Group on why companies struggle to communicate sustainability initatives How Carlsberg uses sustainability as a performance metric Lobbying for an inclusive food movement Why seaweed is a super ingredient to watch Meet the dumpster diver raising awareness about food waste Liked this episode? Subscribe to the show for a few dollars a month to support the creation of more content like th

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