Made

 In Asia 

Emerging from the crisis: Resilience in supply chains
FIRST
FULLY VIRTUAL
MADE IN ASIA
WEDNESDAY
25 NOVEMBER 2020
2PM - 7PM
The sustainability challenges we face are not looming in the future. They’re pressing on us today.

 

Consumers and stakeholders increasingly demand greater transparency on the origins of products. Where they come from, what they contain, how they were made.

These are the stakes: As a global society, we’re already exceeding the limits of the planet’s natural commodities. Continue as normal and we’ll need the equivalent resources of two planet earths by 2030.

 

Retailers and industry have an essential role to play in reversing this worrying and inevitable trend.

 

Throughout the day, sourcing experts, NGOs, brands, manufacturers and retailers will share how to overcome the challenges to implement responsible business practices and explore a renewed approach for sourcing.

 

Join our full-day conference and get key insight to drive change and shape a new sourcing industry model.

It’s time to walk the walk.

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES?

Every year, the French Chamber in Hong Kong welcomes 200+ high-level sourcing professionals at Made In Asia.
As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Made in Asia this year, this important milestone has inspired us to introduce new elements, bringing in more international speakers and participants from around the globe by hosting the conference virtually. This will also allow virtual meetups and private meeting appointments between our sponsors and community from Hong Kong and other regions.
 
If you are interested in working with us at Made In Asia, please leave your contact below and we will get in touch shortly.

OUR SPEAKERS

 
Stay tuned for more speakers to be updated.
 

SPONSORS

Made In Asia 2019 saw over 200 high-level sourcing professionals gathered for an insightful day.
CLICK HERE TO RELIVE THE MOMENTS.
 

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