Focusing on strategies and processes for fashion businesses to take the lead on issues around climate change, social responsibility, environmental sustainability, and circularity, the 2020 version of the Fashion and Sustainability Summit will shift from a one-day on-campus event to a series of 20 weekly Zoom conversations every Thursday from July 9 through November 19 (1-2 p.m. EDT).
The Fashion and Sustainability Summit 2020 Series will feature solutions-focused sessions in which fashion companies will share their actions, approaches, and lessons learned when running a business with environmental and social responsibility in mind.
Among the expert guest speakers will be:
LIM College faculty members will also serve as presenters and students will take on active roles both as moderators and attendees. The series will cover best practices and tangible solutions such as supply chain transparency, green chemistry, advances in technology, and zero waste design. It will explore sustainability both from an ethical perspective and a business point of view, as consumers have demonstrated that they want to do business with companies that seriously care about the environment.
Sponsors include Ecolife Yarn by Belda Llorens, KenDor Textiles, and the Accessories Council.
For tickets or to sponsor any week's conversation of the Fashion and Sustainability Summit 2020, go to: http://www.fashiondex.com/series/. For more information call 212-647-0051 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fashiondex is an informationist company offering up-to-date fashion, design, sourcing and sustainability information in-print, on-line, in-person, and at events.
About LIM College
LIM College educates students for success in the global business of fashion and its many related industries. As a pioneer in experiential education, LIM College fosters a unique connection between real-world experience and academic study in business principles, offering master's, bachelor's and associate degree programs. Alumni have gone on to excel at top companies, including Amazon, Chanel, Michael Kors, Nordstrom, Ross Stores, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany's, Tommy Hilfiger, and WWD.
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