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Avery Dennison RBIS Global Events

RBIS has an important story to share. That’s why we participate in leading industry events across the globe. Each is an important opportunity to join the conversations about tech impacting retailers and trends to keep an eye on. These events are the perfect opportunities to meet customers in person and hear their stories firsthand while showcasing our ingenious, industry-leading solutions that continue to transform the apparel and footwear industry

As digital extends its reach, and the business world responds to COVID-19, we are attending and hosting increasing numbers of virtual events such as online conferences and webinars.

NRF 2021: Retail’s Big Show – Chapter One

January 12-14, 19, 21-22, 2021

2020 has been an unprecedented year, with the retail industry showing tremendous resilience, agility and leadership in the face of a global pandemic. It's with that spirit that NRF is proud to announce Retail's Big Show will continue as a virtual event in January 2021. Join Avery Dennison at NRF 2021 - Chapter 1 online in January. The virtual event is an online version of Retail's Big Show that includes all-new curated sessions, networking programs and a virtual Expo where you can easily connect with our team of experts and problem solvers to unlock digital transformation for your business.

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Authenticity in a Post-COVID World: From the Eyes of a Marketer

February 3, 2021 I 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST

The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has upended consumer attitudes to a host of issues, one among them being the view of authenticity. Join senior executives from Avery Dennison and Certilogo in a new webinar to discuss authenticity in a post-COVID-19 world from the eyes of a marketer. Attendees will also learn how to use authenticity as a hook for brand engagement, and how new digital solution AD Verify can be an opportunity for marketers.   

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Connected Garments: The Key to Circularity & Appararel's Future

More and more apparel businesses are embracing the need for a circular fashion model, while legislation is being put in place to ensure sustainable consumption. We see that digitizing clothing items will not only be a legal requirement, but offers the industry an opportunity to educate and engage consumers on sustainable care, while also providing the transparency and traceability they demand. Join Avery Dennison and stakeholders from the supply chain for a panel moderated by Sourcing Journal, to uncover how circularity and sustainable consumption legislation could be an opportunity, and how digitally connected labelling is the way to seize it.

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For the love of planet: Addressing apparel’s sustainability challenge

Sustainability is a huge and complex issue — one that was long overlooked but is currently begging for our attention. As consumers, corporate leaders, and change-makers, we have a responsibility to influence change and innovate for the sake of our planet and future The fashion industry, in particular, is seeing a shift toward circularity and more sustainable practices. With public perception shifting and consumers becoming more conscious, brands and retailers quickly have to follow suit. But what does it take to change the trajectory of an entire industry? Michael Colarossi of Avery Dennison will navigate the challenge of breaking down silos, engaging stakeholders across the value chain, and collaborating as one to push a shared sustainability agenda forward.

CFS+ 2020 Event Roundup

Two days of live sessions attracted over 10,000 attendees to this year’s online event, CFS+, where industry thinkers and changemakers gathered (virtually) to discuss the big issues facing our industry and planet. Principal sponsor, Avery Dennison, rounds-up the key themes discussed at CFS+ 2020 and highlights our original content and solutions.

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Scaling Circular Fashion in North America

What could a circular fashion industry look like in 2050? The need for urgent action is clear: While the lifespan of individual garments dwindles, the environmental footprint of the apparel industry continues to grow. But where there’s inefficiency, there’s often opportunity. From renewable and recycled inputs to new business models such as repair, rental and recommerce to end of life management and more — like enabling technologies, policies and partnerships — the apparel industry is ripe for a makeover. Experts and innovators will share their aspirations for the future of manufacturing, traceability, and fabric innovation.

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Carved in Blue: Unzipping the Trims

Consumer demand, plastic pollution and the impacts of COVID-19 are just some of the factors driving sustainable change in the fashion industry. As part of the CARVED IN BLUE® webinar series, Avery Dennison took part in a panel talk with leading Global Trim Manufacturers, moderated by Tricia Carey from TENCEL™ . Watch the recording to hear how the trim category is addressing circularity, transparency, marketing and more.

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