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Now a two-day event – more networking, hot topics and audience engagement

Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018 will expand to two days, allowing more time to explore the many new Summit components, gain knowledge, share experiences and discover innovative solutions. As always the Summit will present an outstanding line-up of high-level keynote speakers, their names to be released in the coming months, just as the Leadership Roundtables will convene industry decision-makers, civil society and government for closed-door roundtable discussions and public-private dialogues on the most urgent environmental, social and ethical issues.

New platform bringing sustainable solutions, pitch stage and “speed dating” to businesses

A brand new feature is the sustainable solutions platform Innovation Forum, which will call attention to a curated selection of the world’s most promising solution providers. Innovation Forum will enable participating fashion brands to meet with +50 solution providers covering the entire supply chain – from innovative fabrics to green packaging solutions. Innovation Forum will also have a pitch stage for the presentation of disruptive innovations and a speed dating event with more than 350 pre-scheduled business meetings between brands and providers based on a prior screening and matchmaking process.

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“Copenhagen Fashion Summit has sustained its position as the world’s largest event on sustainability in fashion and has drawn worldwide attention to Copenhagen.”

Vanessa Friedman, fashion director & chief fashion critic, The New York Times

LAUNCH OF THE 2018 PULSE OF THE FASHION INDUSTRY REPORT

Join us for the launch of the much awaited second edition of the Pulse of the Fashion Industry report

RELIVE COPENHAGEN FASHION SUMMIT 2017

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Five years today, on April 24th 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed killing 1,138 people and injuring another 2,500 - making it the fourth largest industrial disaster in history.

Following this tragedy Global Fashion Agenda, the organisation behind Copenhagen Fashion Summit has pushed the industry to focus on improving the safety, wages and development of factory employees - and this year is no exception.

In a discussion entitled 'The Impacts and Opportunities of Purchasing Practices' we'll hear from both industry experts and policy makers to identify how, together with garment manufacturers, factory employees, and workers’ representatives, fashion companies have an opportunity to help form alliances and jointly build sustainable systems to define standards for living wages and labour conditions. A topic we see as just as pressing now as it was in the wake of Rana Plaza.

Today at Copenhagen Fashion Summit we're thinking of those that lost their lives five years ago in the collapse of Rana Plaza while continuing our work to ensure we never see another disaster like this again. For more information about Rana Plaza and stories from those affected be sure to head over to our friends at Fashion Revolution.
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