Planet Textiles-18 March 2010 in Hong Kong

Bookings now open!

This exciting new event is dedicated to improving the environmental and social impact of the global textile and clothing supply chain – brought to you by the SDC, the publisher of Ecotextile News and Messe Frankfurt.-

Planet Textiles takes place on 18 March 2010 in Hong Kong and is supported by leading industry organisations and international clothing retailers. It is being launched in Hong Kong alongside the Interstoff Asia Essential fabric exhibition and will be an annual international event on eco-textiles, moving to different locations around the globe in conjunction with Messe Frankfurt exhibitions.-The theme of the first event is Changing the Culture – Placing Sustainability at the Heart of the Organisation and it will see representatives from some of the world’s leading clothing and textile companies addressing the very latest issues on sustainability throughout the textiles and clothing supply chain.-The full line-up has been announced, with a keynote address from Cara Chacon director of CSR, Patagonia, USA, who will discuss managing sustainable change in a major retail organisation and across the supply chain. The conference will hear executives from leading global companies, such as Adidas and Lenzing.-There will be Q&A sessions during the day-long event, chaired by John Mowbray Ecotextile News and Andrew Filarowski SDC technical director and there will also be a parallel ask the expert session, hosted by the main sponsor of this event Huntsman, on the topic of dyeing and finishing.-The full programme and information about booking can be found at:


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