sustain&innovate is the platform for decision-makers within the textile branch. This year you can follow it live as well as online. It focuses on all aspects of acting sustainable, from sourcing to the production and sale of functional textiles. This conference brings together leading decision-makers, educates, informs and provides networking opportunities during a day full of interesting speakers and discussion rounds, providing deeper insight into branch-relevant topics. The event is organised by the experts from PERFORMANCE DAYS and SPORTSFASHION by SAZ.

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sustain & innovate 2019

The
Conference

sustain&innovate is the first conference dealing exclusively with sustainability issues confronting the functional textiles industry in a day full of strategic and practical evaluation of current issues, with top-class speakers and panels: The ideal platform for focussing and networking, with the hottest topics and expert speakers.

Top
Speaker

Highclass speakers and fascinating discussion rounds await the audience, such as Antje von Dewitz from VAUDE, Rüdiger Fox from Sympatex and Nicholas Allen from Patagonia. The day focuses on new developments within the field of sustainability and encourages companies to act more comprehensively. All talks and rounds of discussions are free of charge and take place at the Expert Talks Area of PERFORMANCE DAYS.

Listen

Leading personalities from the textile branch report on strategies, innovations and their view of sustainability.

Inspire

Let yourself be inspired by ideas, opinions and discussions about current and future sustainability issues.

Educate

Exchange ideas with industry colleagues and decision-makers. Learn from the best and broaden your view.

Focus

Extend your knowledge and use the conference to benefit from new ideas and impulses for trade that is even more sustainable.