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Our founders Lisa and Emma are very excited to join GANT this Friday 14 February to give a GANT Talk on Sustainable Fashion. They will talk about the idea of sustainable fashion and what it really means; important initiatives from the industry and why conscious consumerism really matters.
– Sustainability is a buzzword, but it certainly makes sense to make decisions based on the idea of longevity, both in business and as a person. We will share our most important learnings from having worked with sustainable fashion platform Make it last for the last six years – and what we think will shape the future of fashion, says Lisa Corneliusson.

GANT Talks with Make it last, Emma Elwin and Lisa Corneliusson
Friday 14 February 8 am at Konstnärshuset, Smålandsgatan 7 in Stockholm.
There will be coffee and breakfast!

Secure your spot and RSVP here. See you Friday!

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