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Sustainability

Euro Brand Management – Footwear world: the biggest and most urgent problem you have to face

“What do you think is the biggest and most urgent problem about sustainability your clients are facing?”

This is one of the topics in the third interview with Luigi Grosso, Managing Director at Euro Brand Management.

Euro Brand Management is a company specialized in providing sustainable product and optimal service solutions in regards to packaging, loading and transportation optimizations that conform to the fast developing environmental norms and standards.

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Sustainability

Rifò – 3 B Corp best practices to share with fashion companies

Rifò is a B Corp and an emerging brand of clothes and accessories.

Thanks to a mechanical and craftsmanship process developed in the textile district of Prato they are able to turn fabric leftovers and old clothes into new garments with identical qualities to the original products.
This method allows us to recycle textile waste and sensibly reduce the amount of water, dyes and chemical products used in the production.

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Sustainability

How can digital traceability make leather supply chains more sustainable?

With Sadesa, a leading tanning group strongly committed to sustainability, we focused on the role of technology, environmental compliance and circular economy in the leather industry and much more.

This video interview aims at recognizing Sadesa as one of the best Traceability Performers over more than 300 users that are actually using the ID Factory platform.

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Sustainability

How digital twin technology is transforming supply chains

The topic of today’s interview with Daniele Nonnato, CEO of Multimac, is digitalization and supply chain management innovation as key for empowering greater reliability, transparency and efficiency. Since 1972, Multimac implements those principles through real time traceability services and technological solutions for creating digital twins.

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Sustainability

Are footwear brands willing to pay more for eco-friendly products ?

Pieralberto Ripari is the CEO of the heel factory Albert Components, where technological innovation and handcrafted tradition fuse together in the development of a new approach towards sustainability: The Green Project.
In this episode we discussed together the main drivers and constraints that are faced by footwear brands when buying more sustainable heels.

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