Made in Britain, which brings together close to 2,000 British manufacturers, across dozens of sectors, is organising a sustainability panel debate at Autumn Fair from 14.00 – 15:00 at the Inspiring Retail Stage in Hall 19 on Monday 5th September.
Made in Britain CEO, John Pearce, will talk to UK retail about the challenges and opportunities that surround the topic of sustainability. Joined by a panel of innovative giftware business leaders, the session will play a key role on the agenda in addressing sustainable gifting – at a time when this conversation is more important than ever.
Entitled ‘Net Zero in Giftware – Exploring the Future’, the panel will be moderated by Made in Britain CEO John Pearce, with speakers are drawn from the Made in Britain community of member companies: Susanne Langley, co-founder, owner and joint managing director, Cesca; Alanna Dale, founder and owner, Lazy Pheasant and Joseph Brady, creator and owner, Essence of Hartland.
Mr Pearce commented: “Made in Britain is delighted to be hosting our first Autumn Fair panel. Our panellists are all inspiring business leaders in the British giftware sector, driving their industry forward with their innovation, skill and commitment to the environment. I’m delighted to be bringing together this esteemed group of speakers from amongst our thriving Made in Britain community.”
Made in Britain provides its members with free access to its Green Growth programme. At the heart of the programme is the Green Growth Assessment, which has been developed exclusively for the manufacturing sector by the Cambridge Judge Business School in collaboration with Made in Britain and provides manufacturers with practical tools and resources to advance their sustainable business practices.
You can register to attend Autumn Fair here