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Fashion 3.0, it’s sustainable | Watch the third Knowledge Exchange Session of the AFC FashTech Lab

How can Australian technology and Fashion brands develop solutions to lessen environmental impact, increase resilience, build networks, create jobs and return value to the local community?

by The AFC

23 May 2022

Thank you for joining us on May 4th for the third AFC FashTech Lab Knowledge Exchange session where we brought our program participants back together to discuss the commercial viability of their current sampling strategy and discuss the sustainability benefits of transitioning to digital.
 

Thank you to our technology partners; Style Atlas, CoutureCAD and panel participants Dr. Clara Vuletich and Dr Lisa Lake; who joined us to discuss how Australian technology and fashion brands might develop solutions to lessen environmental impact, increase resilience, build networks, create jobs and return value to the local community.
 

WATCH THE RECORDING:


 

RESPONSES TO YOUR QUESTIONS HERE:
Throughout the session the tech brand representatives tried to respond to as many of your questions in the time we had. For questions that were missed, go to this link where you will find responses to all unanswered questions.
 
 

REGISTER FOR THE LAST KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE SESSION:
The Future of Sustainable Selling:

Join us for the final FashTech Lab Knowledge Exchange, a 90 minute fireside chat where technology and fashion businesses share their results from trialling a 3D sampling workflow. Follow the link below to register and find out more.

DATE | Monday June 6 2022
TIME | 9:00am - 10:30am
WHERE| Online via Zoom

REGISTER HERE

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