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registration time

event opening

KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

8.00 – 8.40am 8.45 – 9.00am Greetings by Master of Ceremonies + Official event opening by Jess Miller, Deputy Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney

9.00am – Order of appearance as follows

Patrick Duffy Global Fashion Exchange Founder pg43 Dean Jones Glam Corner Co Founder pg29 Wendy Cameron General Pants Supply Chain Expert pg41 Chris Nunn AMP Capital Head of Sustainability Real Estate pg30 Dr Clara Vuletich Consultancy Expert + TedX Speaker pg31 Andrew Sellick Australia Post Head of Environment + Sustainability pg35 Gordon Renouf Good on You Co Founder pg39 Yianni Giovangolou WSGN Trend Specialist AU/NZ pg45 Craig Reucassel ABCs War on Waste Journalist + Comedian pg33

Tea break

11.30 – 11.45am

interactive session

11.45 – 12.45pm Facilitated by UTS BCII Students.

Lunch

1:00 – 1:50pm


Round Table Sessions

2.00 – 5.30pm - Covering goals & objectives + key topics + themes

PLEASE NOTE: During session change overs attendees will be encouraged to get up and switch tables - this will be a short two minute task

goals & objectives – Provide an engaging oppor tunity for a clear understanding that it’s economically viable to practice circularity in design and production. – Educate attendees on how sustainable practices and circular economy work within the business. – Normalise conversation about sustainable practice and effects of environmental impact. – Engage business in market trends, this new direction of environmentally responsible manufacturing processes and to go with it - or get left behind. – Provide each business attendee with tangible outcomes and the right tools for implementing responsible waste management and circular methods in every facet of the business from grass roots up. KEY TOPICS – – – – –

Navigating Market Trends + Change Harnessing Textile Sustainability + Measuring ROI’s Circular Design Practice Forging Strong Par tnerships + Managing Supply Chain Responsibly Environmental Stewardship + Natural Capital

KEY THEMES On-shoring/ Local Manufacture – What is required for the next generation of Australian brands to bring their manufacturing back to Australia. Closed Loop Design – Opportunity for brands to engage from maker to consumer to landfill. – Expand brand's perspective and sense of responsibility. – Brands can track and extend life of garments. – Create system to recycle garments/fibres and create new garments from recycled materials. – Allow consumers to engage in garment preservation/ long life care. Systems Thinking + Environmental Stewardship – Understand systems thinking and how it can assist in reducing impacts from textile and garment manufacture. – Stewardship and restorative business practices as concepts for brands to adopt.


Round Table Sessions

Session One 2.00 – 2.45pm Session Two 2.50 – 3.35pm

Break

3.40 – 3.55pm

Round Table Sessions

Session Three 4.00 – 4.45pm Session Four 4.45 – 5.30pm Q&A

event closing time

5.30pm – Closing Summary by Master of Ceremonies - Cameron Quin

VIP NETWORKING

6.00pm – Late | Venue will be announced via email prior to the conference. – VIP Attendees receive complimentary drink on arrival – Participating speakers and exper ts will be attending the networking session.

PG 50 Ben Kaminsky TRA | Co Founder


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TAKE make

waste Manufacture

Distribution


mining

230,100

manufacturing

859,500

construction

1,061,500

retail table

1,291,700

accommodation + food service

819,100

transport, postal + warehouse

628,600

healthcare + social assistance

1,510,000

total

6,401,000

Table 1: Employment by Uniform Wearing Industry February 2016 (Vandendroek 2016)


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