Added value

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Added value

Added value is a term used to describe increased or improved well-being, added value is therefore understood differently depending on the level at which it is perceived. Those levels are user, organization, ecosystems and finally value for society. On an ultimate user level, we expect a pleasurable experience and improvements, gradually adapt and continue to use. Added value doesn’t necessarily increase the monetary value, however, improve well-being, inspire, collaboration and so on. Added value can, therefore, enable improvement in people’s quality of life, people, communities, and economy. See Maslow hierarchy of needs and human needs Eco Fashion Dictionary.


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