Join us for this panel talk featuring Sisters in Sustainability experts and in celebration of International Women's Day.
We will explore sustainable supply chain setup, the quest for eco-friendly materials, conscious brand marketing, and harnessing community power in business. Gain invaluable insights from our all-female panellists on building socially conscious brands through sustainable practice.
● How to set up a sustainable supply chain ● How to find sustainable materials ● Conscious brand marketing ● The power of community within business
About the Speakers
The panel will present members of Sisters in Sustainability, a group of Black and Brown women dedicated to advancing sustainability goals and supporting eco-friendly initiatives across their varied strands of work.
We will hear from 5 members:
Emma Slade Edmondson (moderator) - Emma heads up ESE Consultancy, a creative strategic marketing agency working to elevate brands and initiatives who are looking to focus on practice and products that cultivate a rise in social and environmental consciousness and progress.
Rosette Ale - Founder of Revival London, a slow fashion label upcycling discarded textiles into bold, contemporary pieces and changing the way consumers think about clothes.
Shope Delano - Brand strategist and founder of Kind Regards, a luxury womenswear brand that designs with versatility in mind and powered by community and conversation.
Isabelle Landicho - Stylist, educator & director The Earth Issue, an eco-focused creative agency advancing the movement for positive change across industries.
Eve Kekeh - Founder of Bundlee, the UK’s first baby and kids clothing rental subscription company.
How to get there
Museum Of Brands, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London, Greater London, W11 1QT
020 7243 9610
Mon - Sat: 10am - 6pm
Sun and Bank Holidays: 11am - 5pm
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Groups and School Visits
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As we are a charity, if you cannot rebook your ticket please consider donating your ticket price to help support our work.
Exclusions and safety measures
Closed on Notting Hill Carnival Weekend, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
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