Our Past Events
Fashion Revolution: Consumer Power
Innovation and Transformation of Conscious Consumption
When: November 7, 2013
Where: Scandinavia House in New York City
It was a night of enlightenment, discussion and hope on Nov. 7, when Ampleen held its Fashion Evolution: Consumer Power event at Scandinavia House in New York for a crowd of more than 150 attendees.
The event examined how today’s fashion design is increasingly being driven by consumer concern for environmentally sustainable business practices, and it featured a keynote address by fashion executive Amy Hall followed by a round-table discussion with six fashion professionals.
Enthusiasm for becoming a bigger part of the conscious consumption movement was definitely in the air.
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Sustainable Global Sourcing Forum (FIT)
Panel: A New Key to Unlocking Employee Engagement: Sustainability Programs
When: March 24, 2015
Where: Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City
At this conference, we reviewed key considerations that companies should bear in mind when developing and executing a global sourcing strategy. Participants can learn from keynote speakers and panelists about current sustainable global sourcing trends, challenges and opportunities along organizations’ supply chains and product life cycles. Ampleen facilitates a panel focusing on a key element of successful global sourcing — Employee Engagement.
“A New Key to Unlocking Employee Engagement: Sustainability Programs” explores some of the latest trends and case studies by the practitioners in how companies can integrate sustainability programs to catalyze employee engagement, productivity, well-being and, ultimately, profitability. Our panelists are:
Kyle Thomas (former) Sustainability Manager/ Le Pain Quotidien
Niki King: Sr. Manager of CSR Program / Campbell Soup Company
Naomi Mirsky: Vice President of Sustainability and Innovation / Denihan Hotel Group