Maria Sandow, Svensk Handel - How will retail cope with the climate?
Rarely has retail and consumption been debated as extensively as on Black Friday and Christmas 2019. Maria Sandow, a business policy expert in the areas of sustainability and fashion at “Svensk handel”, talks about how retail faces challenges regarding both climate and globalization.
Sebastian Rubenstam, Beleco - An “Airbnb for Furniture” that challenges the entire furniture industry
Beleco connects furniture manufacturers, decorators and logistics to a smart circular and digital service. Sebastian talks about Beleco's journey and how they have taken a position in a market where users no longer want to own.
Erika Rydja, Marketing Manager, Interface Northern Europe - Climate Take Back - The step after Mission Zero
Interface, today the world's leading manufacturer of textile floor tiles, began its sustainability journey 25 years ago. The goal was ambitious, by 2020 the company would eliminate its negative impact on the environment. The sustainability promise was called Mission Zero.
Helena Dhorfh, Kemii - Sustainability requires a chemical check: Make demands on your suppliers!
In addition to setting demands on suppliers, they will highlight the conflict of interest that may arise between phasing out dangerous chemicals and society's desire to increase recycling. They also want to encourage companies that want to go beyond the minimum requirements.
Panel Discussion Swedish Wool led by Elin Larsson
Did you know that 70% of all Swedish wool is thrown or burned today? To change that, this fall, some people joined together and launched the first sweaters through a collaboration between Filippa K, Röjk, Norrby farm, the Swedish sheep breeding association and more.
During the panel discussion, you can listen when the brands and sheep experts tell you about their journey, their vision for the future and why the Swedish wool is so fantastic.
Jodi Everding, Filippa K - Fabric and trim manager and sustainability coordinator
Filippa K is a Swedish fashion brand focusing on style, simplicity and quality.
Yann Betros, Röjk - Founder and designer at RÖJK Superwear
RÖJK is a Swedish company with a focus on sustainable outdoor clothing
Claudia Dillman, Swedish Fåravelsförbundet - Member of the Wool and Skins responsible for the Swedish Fåravelsförbundet. Project Manager for the Vinnova Project Circular Woolen Clothing.