ISPO MUNICH 2017 REGISTRATION for events and webinars – (public)

ISPO MUNICH 2017 REGISTRATION – (public) Registration for open workshops and events

The following events are open for all qualified ISPO visitors. You will need your own entrance ticket to the show.  Please note this in NOT provided by the European Outdoor Group – see http://munich.ispo.com/en/TRADE-SHOW-VISITORS/Tickets-Registration/

All events will take place in ROOM B32 located above Hall B3, except for the EOG Sustainability Breakfast

(Although entry to the public events at ISPO is on a first come first served basis, please register so we can monitor numbers. Please arrive in good time as we are unable to reserve seats).

SUNDAY 05.02.2017

16.00 – 17.00: Nick Chiarelli  – The Foresight Factory

What is trending in 2017 – consumer trends and predictions for the year ahead  

 

Room: B32

 

MONDAY 06.02.2017

13.00 – 14.00: Christoph Krauss – Benchex

Consumers (Digital) Path to Purchase – how brands and retailers respond

Room: B32

 

MONDAY 06.02.2017

14.00 – 15.00: Karin Ekberg

Sustainablity: A management approach 

Room: B32

 

MONDAY 06.02.2017

17.00 – 18.00: Johna von Breda –  Sustainable Apparel Coalition

Higg Index tools 

Room: B32

 

TUESDAY 07.02.2017

07.30 – 09.00: EOG Sustainability Breakfast

Topic – Climate Change and Sustainability

Room: Seeblick Restaurant – West Entrance – breakfast from 7.30 am PROMPT start at 8 a

TUESDAY 07.02.2016

09.30 – 10.30: Dr. Gunther Duschek, Rudolf Chemie

Sustainability & Regulations as a Chance and Threat for Innovations

Room: B32

 

TUESDAY 07.02.2016

10.30 – 11.30: Pascale Moreau – Sustainable Apparel Coalition

European Product Environmental Footprint initiative – Influences on future potential legislation and industry work

Room: B32

 

TUESDAY 07.02.2016

13.00 – 14.00: Sophie Mather – biov8tion, together with invited panel speakers

Microfibres: Why and how it matters (Presentation + Q&A session)

Room: B32

 

TUESDAY 07.02.2016

14.00 – 15.00: Jerome Pero – Federation of European Sports Goods Industries (FESI) – Taking part in the European decision making process: The case of the REACH restriction process

Room: B32

 

TUESDAY 26.01.2016

15.00 – 16.00: Gwen Cunningham – Circle Economy

Creating a resilient and sustainable textile industry:

Room: B32

Thank you for registering here

 


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