Sustainable supply chain
Innovation, transparency and traceability across the sustainable supply chain
Our key e-talk points are based on two important concepts, traceability and transparency. Sustainable models in the textile and fashion industry need transparency throughout your supply chain. Even if this sometimes can be a long and tedious work, as you need to include several different processes.
Proper management, based on applied principles, good practices, compliance with ethical and legal codes, and traceability are all important. At least if your aim is corporate sustainability, with a holistic approach. In this webinar, we explore the different and innovative technologies emerging, for managing traceability. We will also look at the tools to achieve a traceable and transparent supply chain during production processes.
Traceability and transparency
Achieving a sustainable supply chain includes mapping, and a system for continuous improvement. And to maintain your brand integrity you also need transparency, for example, through reporting and systematized external communication.
The webinar includes:
– strategies for supply chain management mapping, for traceability and transparency
– a success story: SkFk Ethical Fashion
To find out more details about each speaker please click on their profile under the headline “Speakers” on this page.
- Clara MallartFITEX Sustainability Manager
Clara holds a degree in Geography from the University of Barcelona, as well as a Diploma in Fashion Design from the IED School of Design. She also holds a MA in Design and Artistic Research, EINA School of Art and Design, Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is specialised in sustainability and eco-design and has worked in the fashion sector, managing projects, and developing sustainable products for fashion companies. Currently, she is the FITEX Sustainability Manager.
- Laura SanchezDoing her Master in Digital Marketing
Laura has a degree in Business Direction and Management, from the Lleida University. She is currently doing her Master in Digital Marketing, at the Catalonia Open University. She is working as a project manager in FITEX, on several projects related to the sustainable fashion sector.
- Màrius TomàsAccredited consultant in Circular Economy
Màrius holds a Ph.D. in Biotechnology, from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and is responsible for R&D projects at the Foundation for Textile Innovation (FITEX). Both in his doctorate and his work in the fashion business sector, he has managed research projects, specifically related to the circular economy. He is an accredited consultant in Circular Economy by the Catalan Agency for Competitiveness in Business (ACCIÓ). The organisation work with design, management, and research and development projects throughout the value chain.