1. WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
Tamsin Lejeune, EFF and SOURCE CEO, welcomes the attendees to SOURCE Summit 2015 and introduces the theme of Future Fashion: Transformative Technology with four potential scenarios illustrating how technology improve (or prevent) a sustainable future for the fashion industry.
2. INTRODUCING MYSOURCE
At last year’s Summit, the SOURCE team presented a vision for the next stage of the SOURCE platform. This year, Tamsin presents the solution – mysource – an online platform for building profitable and sustainable fashion businesses. Watch Tamsin’s introduction to this exciting new platform.
3. THE TREND REPORT
SOURCE Editor in Chief, Sarah Ditty, presents the latest trends in technology, fashion and sustainability. She’s done the hard yards of reading for you and presents a succinct round up of facts and figures from various reports, and a valuable insight into what we’ll be seeing next in terms of fashion technology innovations.
4. INDUSTRY LEADERS PANEL
Russ Shaw, Founder of Tech London Advocates and ex-VP of Skype, chairs this dynamic and thought-provoking panel on how technology might shape a sustainable future for the fashion industry. Featuring speakers from eBay, Worn Again, and Greengrade Solutions.
5. MASTERCLASS A: RETAIL
Fashion retail experts take a dive into the world of technology and the vast changes that have had an effect on the way users interact with brands and products online.
6. MASTERCLASS B: SUPPLY CHAIN
In this class, three inspiring pioneers in the field of sustainable supply chain share case studies and insights into how technology is shaping supply chain management, engaging and empowering staff, and driving forward sustainability and ethical best practice.
7. MASTERCLASS C: INNOVATION
In this masterclass, attendees heard from two exciting pioneers in innovative textiles and products, both using technology to make materials and manufacturing more efficient, less wasteful, less toxic, better quality, longer-wearing and better for business.
8. MASTERCLASS D: DESIGN
Renee Cuoco, from the Centre for Sustainable Fashion (part of London College of Fashion), and two renowned designers, share their thoughts and processes for sustainable design and how innovative technologies could play a part in this becoming common practice for all designers.