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Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2020 moves to October

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Mar '20
Pic: Global Fashion Agenda
Pic: Global Fashion Agenda
In light of growing public health concerns around COVID-19, the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2020 has been moved to autumn and will now take place from October 12-13 at Copenhagen Concert Hall, delivering high-level programme of speakers, in-depth conversations, opportunities to meet world’s leading sustainable solution providers and network with industry peers.

Earlier, the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2020 was to be held from May 27-28. But the health and safety concerns of the team, including the numerous participants who come from across the globe to Copenhagen, is now the first priority of Global Fashion Agenda, organiser of Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

“This is a precarious situation, rife with numerous challenges, but I’m confident that together we can remain positive even in the face of such uncertainty. In the past couple of days, we have been in touch with many of our key stakeholders and it has been amazing to experience the understanding, flexibility and support from everyone. The feeling of solidarity in our industry has been striking and our commitment to making the fashion industry more sustainable has not wavered,” said Eva Kruse, CEO of Global Fashion Agenda.

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