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Bluesign conference to highlight transformation challenges

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Aug '18
Courtesy: Bluesign
Courtesy: Bluesign
The bi-annual Bluesign conference beginning October 18 will open highlighting the challenges of transformation and the importance of transparency in connecting to the industry. The two-day conference is the gathering of all the bluesign system partners and broader sustainability community to exchange ideas and network with like-minded participants.

The fifth edition of the conference will offer plenty of opportunities for match making and networking with other attendants and sharing business ideas. Traceability and the need for transformation will be addressed during the brand session that will show the new directions taken by a number of brands. A high level discussion will explore finance in sustainability and additional topics important for a CEO’s agenda proving the business case of sustainability to re-design today’s business models, Bluesign website said.

The international event will also explore non-textile case studies to provide insight beyond the industry in order to gather new ideas and support common ones. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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