cbcf and World Collective powered by F4D announce Fall 2022 lineup of Executive Education in Sustainable Fashion Master Talks

Created for fashion executives and students around the world,

the complimentary new series will debut online on October 17, 2022

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NEW YORK – October 3, 2022 – Yue-Sai Kan China Beauty Charity Fund (CBCF), in partnership with the World Collective powered by F4D, today announced the Fall 2022 schedule of their Executive Education in Sustainable Fashion Master Talks, premiering Monday, October 17, 2022. Conducted in English with Chinese subtitles, the free series of weekly online masterclasses is tailored to executives and professionals engaged in fashion, beauty, and lifestyle products and services, designed to provide them with insights and design-thinking skills to enable them to apply innovative solutions, build profitable companies and set themselves up for successful futures.

 

The Fall 2022 series gives access to international industry experts and environmental insiders. Each episode highlights the subject’s strategy, success, and vision for incorporating sustainability into their corporate DNA while maintaining industry dominance.

These will be streamed live with a Q&A session with the featured speakers every Monday starting October 17. Chinese speaking audience can scan the QR code on the poster to watch the live streaming and participate in the Q&A. English speaking audience can watch the stream on YouTube.

 

THE TALK SCHEDULE:

 

TALK 1: Oct 17, 9am EDT, How to build a brand with purpose & accountability

One of the biggest opportunities for brands is to tackle overproduction and the challenges of raw materials to reduce the impact on the environment.

 

Aslaug Magnusdottir, CEO of Katla & Co-Founder of Moda Operandi

This talk will be moderated by Sophia Li, an award-winning multimedia journalist, film director and environmental advocate.

 

TALK 2: Oct 24, 9am EDT, How to merge ESG impact investing with a conscious consumer

How embodying a spirit that's inclusive from the beginning with stakeholders and in every campaign will help to strategize & measure solutions that we could all be a part of.

 

Asher Jay, National Geographic explorer turned entrepreneur, is the founder of Inc Operate, a community-driven blockchain application that merges ESG impact investing with conscious consumerism.

 

TALK 3: Oct 31, 9am EDT, Adapting to sustainable measures & practices in the reality of climate change happening now.

There is a need for clear, credible, science communication to urgently and proactively manage the risks that threaten human security and well-being from climate change

Dr. Sweta Chakraborty, is a risk and behavioral scientist & President of We Don’t Have Time, USA. She helps guide through evidence-based decisions to secure your future on a rapidly changing planet. This talk will be moderated by Sophia Li, an award-winning multimedia journalist, film director and environmental advocate.

 

TALK 4: Nov 7, 8am EST, Leather & a sustainable future?

Leather is a complicated topic, but the conversation is more complicated by the offering of synthetic alternatives currently in the market and their impact. They are here to discuss the future of the material and the business.

 

Fulvia Bacchi is the General Manager of UNIC and CEO of LINEAPELLE (International Leather Fair) CEO of Institute of Quality Certification for the Tanning Industry and board member of the Italian Leather Institute of Naples.

 

Giacomo Zorzi is an executive at Concerie Italian managing the leather operations in the heart of Veneto.

 

TALK 5: Nov 14, 8am EST, Industry Confusion

Despite attempts in the fashion industry to shift to more sustainable fashion, why has this been so confounding to everyone involved?

 

Lee Moreau, Founder of Other Tomorrows, a design, and strategy studio based in Boston, USA

 

TALK 6: November 21, 8am EST, Human Kind Institute Film Series in partnership with ASVOFF of Paris present Sustainable Fashion Panel of diverse perspectives at the Museum of Modern Art during the 77th Session of UNGA in NYC.

Panel moderated by Jeanine Ballone of World Collective featuring Aslaug Magnusdottir, founder KATLA fashion brand and Moda Operandi; Dr. Michael Dorsey, Environmental Scientist, YALE; Khaled Bouharrour of Besign, and Paul D.Miller/DJ Spooky