Fashion for Good will host first digital ‘Meet the Innovators’ event with 3 new start-ups pitching from their Accelerator Programme’s seventh batch. Due to COVID-19, Fashion for Good will open up the event to the international community, giving an opportunity to meet and learn more about the start-ups on the cutting edge of sustainable fashion innovation.
20th APRIL 2020, 19:00 CEST
You are invited to Fashion for Good’s first all-digital ‘Meet the Innovator’ Zoom webinar.
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Space is limited to the first 500 registrations, on a first in first served basis. Please note that this is the first of a series of Meet the Innovator events that will take place this year, each time featuring different innovators – watch this space for date announcements for the next event.
Fashion for Good’s Director of Strategy, Brittany Burns, will host the session, starting with a brief intro about how Fashion for Good works alongside the innovators through their Innovation Platform, before each innovator shares the disruptive solution they are working on – with an opportunity for you to ask plenty of questions to make the most of the session.
The Innovators are:
Full Cycle Bioplastics – Ross Polk, Head of Growth
Full Cycle’s patented technology converts waste streams such as inedible food waste, agricultural by-products and used paper/cardboard into Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) bioplastics that degrade in the soil and the ocean.
Oritain – Ben Tomkins, Business Development
Oritain wants to be the most trusted company in the world at scientifically proving origin. It provides traceability through an innovative combination of forensic science and statistics. It believes that in order to know where something truly comes from, you have to test the product itself.
Dryfiber – Cam Chidiac, CEO
Dryfiber provides a fluorine-free durable water and oil repellent textile finish which is completely water-bourne and can be applied through traditional finishing processes.
Source: Fashion for Good