The world around us is experiencing exceptional circumstances, and so are companies like yours facing challenges never seen before. These tumultuous times are posing a great challenge for many businesses in fashion, retail and beyond when it comes to sustainability. It is time to assess the way we conduct business and how we can run our operations more sustainably in order to seize the present opportunities.  

We invite you to virtually join our 2nd session of the Sustainability Salon Series which will be taking place on 28 July 2020 (6 pm CEST, 12 pm EST 9 am PST). This is a series of monthly live FREE webinars, exploring sustainability trends and innovation in the world of fashion, retail, and beyond.

This session will be focused on Legacy Brands. Moderator, Kerry Bannigan from the Conscious Fashion Campaign will be in conversation with panelists who are part of or have contributed/consulted brands on fully transforming themselves into sustainable brands and adopting sustainable practices, product, operational or business processes.

Our exciting speakers come from global brand and sustainability leaders

Amy Hall – Impactorum & EILEEN FISHER                                                                                                                     

Amy serves as President, Impactorum LLC, and Vice President, Social Consciousness for women’s clothing designer EILEEN FISHER. In both capacities, she strives to elevate authentic environmental and social impact for business. Amy has extensive experience with the B Corporation movement, circular economy principles, apparel sustainability, and conscious business practices.



Saskia van Gendt – Rothy’s

An environmental scientist with 10+ years of experience in sustainable manufacturing and design, Saskia is Head of Sustainability at Rothy’s. She develops strategies to minimize the environmental impact that Rothy’s supply chain has on the environment. Prior to joining Rothy’s, Saskia worked as Senior Director of Sustainability at Method. There she implemented sustainability initiatives on the ground for the European Business.



Shailja Dubé – Accenture Retail UK & Ireland                                                                                                             

Shailja leads the responsible business agenda for Accenture Retail UK & Ireland, supporting clients to realize opportunities across the full value chain to positively impact their business, society, and the planet. At Accenture, she has developed and executed social impact strategy, helped global brands shape their strategic direction, and delivered complex digital transformation programs.




Lucie Brigham – United Nations Office for Partnerships                                                                                               

The United Nations Office for Partnerships serves as a global gateway for catalyzing and building partnerships to advance the implementation of the Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs). As a member of the UN Fashion Alliance and the Advisor to the Conscious Fashion Campaign, UNOP facilitates awareness, advocacy, and engagement to achieve the SDGs within the fashion and textile industry.

This webinar is focused on bringing unique business insights for your sustainability challenges and initiatives and aims to offer key takeaways which you can bring back to your team or company for implementing sustainable business transformation.

This is your opportunity to be part of the conversation and learn more about sustainability initiatives for your company or brand. We will have time for Q&As, so think about what questions would you want to ask our amazing panelists.

Are you looking to implement or transform your business, brand, or processes sustainably, and how? Look no further, sign up to the 2nd session of our Sustainability Salon Series and learn from those who have been successful at it!

If you’re not able to attend the live webinar, no worries, we got you covered. You will be able to get the entire video footage of the webinar for you to after the event. This will only be possible if you register for the event.

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You can look back to the first session here.