Green future for garments
This webinar offers updates on the fashion industry’s moves towards upcycling and the rise of recycled fabrics.
28 March 2022
WHAT: As many global fashion manufacturers, brands and traders seek more sustainable supply chain strategies, this webinar will focus on how growing environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) awareness has prompted many businesses to use recycled fabrics and innovative upcycling solutions.
WHEN: 11 May 2022 3pm-4pm
WHO: Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council
WHY: Speakers include Nicholas Fu, who as Economist (Global Research), HKTDC Research, is responsible for North and Latin American market development research. He also provides key insights into a broad range of product and service sectors, including textiles, fur, leather goods, jewellery, gifts/premiums, toys, design and film/entertainment.
He will be joined by Julie Wilkens, Head of Sales and Marketing at Novetex Textiles Limited and a 20-year veteran of the knitwear and yarn sector. Ms Wilkens’ firm is an undisputed textile industry market leader with solid operational experience across the many different stages of the supply chain – from yarn sourcing, sample development and technical advice through to production control, and quality assurance. Since joining Novetex, she has spearheaded a number of initiatives aimed at challenging and improving industry standards, including exploring the applications of such innovative upcycling technology as The Billie System to promote more sustainable practices in Hong Kong.
WHERE: Webinar, register here
- Garments, Textiles & Accessories
- Hong Kong
- Hong Kong