Have you noticed, that our session on digitalisation and new business models is led by women! We welcome to the stage Caroline Ledl who will join us with her perspectives and the idea behind Refibra™ fiber – Lenzing’s initiative to drive circular economy in the textile world.
Individual design, modern, eco-friendly printing technologies and a huge variety of possibilities for getting hands on your fabric – this is Spoonflower.
“Innovations in the textile industry have allowed for tremendous improvements in the sustainability of the industry and at Spoonflower we take our environmental impact seriously. From an eco-friendly print process to green practices through our factories we strive to limit our carbon footprint while seeking ways to reduce and reuse our waste in everything we do.”
Allison Tate has launched the Spoonflower brand in Germany while developing a blueprint for future market expansion. She managed to grow revenue in Germany by 100.3% year over year, oversaw the implementation of Spoonflower branding across European channels while developing the cohesive voice and visual for new markets.
In our breakout session “digitalization and new business models” she will explain how the Spoonflower concept works and what it is driven by.