Arch & Hook’s Sustainability Salon Series is a series of a monthly live free digital event exploring sustainability and best practices in the world of fashion, retail, and beyond. The series have an informational and educational purpose for fashion and retail professionals, which is supported by the Conscious Fashion Campaign and the United Nations Office for Partnerships.

We invite you to virtually join our 4th session of our digital Salon Series which will be taking place on 20 October 2020 (9 am PST, 12 pm EST, 6 pm CEST).

During this session, we will explore the importance and impact of (un)sustainable supply chain infrastructures and operations. What are the key challenges brands face in supporting and/or working with/or building supply chain operations in a more sustainable way? How has the COVID-19 crisis further accentuated the negative impact of unsustainable supply chains? We will also discuss the importance of diversity and fair trade in the supply chain.

We are happy to have once again Kerry Bannigan from the Conscious Fashion Campaign who will be the moderator for this session. Kerry will be in conversation with sustainability leaders who have integrated environmentally well-grounded choices into supply chain management, have seized value creation opportunities, and offer significant competitive advantages.

Confirmed SPEAKERS so far for this session:

Lisa Morales – Hellebo – The World Supply Chain Federation

Lisa is the Co-Founder of The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation, an organization that is changing how supply chain professionals learn about, collaborate, and adopt supply chain innovation around the world. The New York Supply Chain Meetup is its founding chapter, attracting hundreds of attendees from around the world with its monthly events. She is also Co-Founder and General Partner of REFASHIOND Ventures, which is an NYC-based, early-stage supply chain technology venture fund that invests in startups refashioning global supply chains.  Lisa is passionate about helping fashion tech and supply chain startups achieve growth and industry adoption.





Flora Davidson – SupplyCompass

Flora is the Co-Founder of SupplyCompass, a product development and production management platform for her fashion brands and manufacturers. She started her career working for an innovation and strategy agency working with the likes of Adidas and L’Oréal. She spent 2 formative years living in Mumbai at the start of SupplyCompass, visiting hundreds of factories and suppliers across the country. She remains passionate about harnessing the power of technology to encourage better collaboration, drive efficiency, and make sustainable production accessible to fashion brands and supply chains across the globe.




Aurora Chisté – Maakola

Aurora is the Creative Director and Founder of Maakola, a made-to-order sustainable fashion brand that aims to express women’s style and substance. Her career spans the tech world from Silicon Valley to innovative energy and economic solutions across the world. Aurora has been recognized as a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum. In 2015, she founded Maakola, a brand that is transparent about its business practice; a brand that celebrates collective progress, honors talent through the supply chain, and keeps improving its environmental footprint. Aurora is also the founder of Ray of Power, providing off-grid solar energy and water solutions in the African continent.

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

This is your opportunity to join the conversation and learn more about measuring supply chain resilience on factors such as natural resource availability, infrastructure, financial resources, and social safety networks among others.

We will have Q&A’s, so think about what questions would you want to ask our amazing panelists.

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