The first day of the conference focused on very young consumers, environmental issues, the Italian supply chain, digitalisation and the post-Covid recovery
Portraits – Andreas Steckermeier and Benjamin Steckermeier talk about Esgano.
Promoted by Expo Riva Schuh & Gardabags, in collaboration with WGSN, the digital event conducted by Ailis Swords-McDonnell explored the key strategies of sustainability, which in the years to come will allow companies to remain competitive.
Claudio Marenzi (Herno) and Jacopo Schettini Gherardini (Standard Ethics) tackle the theme that is more relevant today than ever before, but also controversial, that of sustainability and how it must start from the industry and by sharing the relative costs along the fashion supply chain with reciprocity occurring on a global level.
The world of fashion is going through a moment of profound and momentous change, accelerated by the outbreak of the pandemic, with a greater diffusion of digital technology in various segments and changes connected to players and their roles.
Francesco Palandrani, president of the ATEA Consortium, invites fellow entrepreneurs to believe in trade fairs, to work hard to face the digital and ecological transition, and to focus on training young people to face the beginning of the recovery with enthusiasm.
Portraits – Theo Henkelman talks about Theo Henkelman Footwear.
The ICE Agency, through its Bangkog Office, has signed an agreement with Lazada, one of the main marketplaces in the Thai market, which boasts about 30 million active users on a monthly basis, in order to promote Made in Italy within of the “Authentic Italy” showcase on LazMall: we talk about it with the director Giuseppe Lamacchia
The shoe factory bravely faces the current difficulties by focusing on new brands, on comfortable but trendy collections, and on sustainable proposals.
After a positive September, Anke Zimmermann of the German shop Rosa Valenz noticed a downturn in October, while now Christmas shopping has started.
The role of brands, the need for integration, and sustainability are key factors for the survival of the Italian fashion supply chain: these were the topics discussed at the third day of the 20th Fashion Global Summit
New opportunities and creative inspiration, yes, but above all a technology that can drastically reduce waste and pollution, providing a sustainable alternative for the future
According to data from HDS/L – Federal Association of German Footwear and Leather Goods Industry, the figures of the sector are improving, imports are decreasing, while sustainable policies will be increasingly crucial.
Monica Chemini, Buyer Relations Executive, explains the Buyer Programme, an initiative dedicated to footwear and leather goods professionals, aimed at encouraging the meeting between supply and demand.
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