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Sourcing Briefing: Lessons in global sourcing in a changing world

Wed, Sep 2, 2020 · 3:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

For many retailers and brands, the Covid-19 crisis has brought with it the opportunity to reassess their supply chain and sourcing models Consumers are becoming more educated to the damage unsustainable sourcing can do to the world. What ways can you ensure that your supply chain is adequately prepared for future crises? Do not miss this chance to hear how brands have created flexible, sustainable supply chains, their experiences of the pandemic and their thoughts on the future of sourcing in fashion.

Access the series here https://www.bigmarker.com/series/fashion-together/series_summit

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Founder and CEO, Outland Denim
James Bartle is the founding CEO of Outland Denim, the denim brand making jeans differently and setting a new standard in fashion manufacturing. Driven by the desire to curb the trafficking of young girls into the $99 billion illicit commercial sex industry, Bartle created Outland to generate training and employment opportunities for women vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. Over six years Bartle developed a unique business model that would enable each of his seamstresses to gain a covetable skill set in tailoring while earning a living wage, receiving ongoing support and life-enhancing education, and crafting artisan quality jeans to compete in the global premium marketplace. In 2016, he took Outland to scale, securing international investment and distribution to further the company's mission to employ more young women while concurrently investing heavily in supply chain and environmental stewardship. With a background in manufacturing and start-up ventures, Bartle has taken a hands-on approach to developing Outland's signature jean styles, eschewing automation in favour of craftsmanship. He lives with his wife and two young daughters in the hills of the Gold Coast hinterland, Australia.
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Founder, Saheli Women
It started with one woman. From humble beginnings to inspiring community leader, founder Madhu Vaishnav began IPHD in 2014 with the goal of community development through female empowerment.

With only $100, the first humanitarian workshops in the village were established. Unfortunately, the women were unable to use this new information because they had no income. However, Madhu saw that every woman in the village owned a sewing machine as part of their marriage dowry. She saw this as an opportunity to begin a skills training course as part of a fashion social enterprise.
This came to be known as the Saheli Woman Project, which comes from the Hindi word for ‘female friend’. This project began to grow and more brands began to partner with the women producers. As Saheli grew, Madhu realized that the young girls in the village needed support, and started the girls’ education project.
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Founder, Common Objective
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Founder, Pico Project
Webinar hosting presenter Suzanne Ellingham
Head of Content- UK Retail, Hyve Group
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