Join Avery Dennison in conversation with supply chain stakeholders

More and more apparel businesses are embracing the need for a circular fashion model as a means of keeping clothes out of landfills. This is why the EU is putting in place legislation to ensure sustainable consumption, while the US industry is looking at legislation to eradicate the care label.

It is clear: 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 in conversation with supply chain stakeholders on November 10 at 2 pm ET to discuss how technology will enable the circular economy. You will learn: 


  • The rise of circularity in clothing care and why it should be on top of the agenda for apparel businesses

  • How the EU-wide legislation in support of sustainable consumption can be an opportunity for a variety of stakeholders 

  • Why digitally connected labeling is a powerful way to address sustainability challenges and drive circularity


The circular acceleration is starting. This webinar is the one you don’t want to miss.


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November 2020

Event Roundup I CFS+ 2020

Two days of live sessions, digital storytelling and powerful conversations attracted over 10,000 attendees to the online event, CFS+, where industry thinkers and changemakers gathered (virtually) to discuss the big issues facing our industry and planet, and more importantly, present solutions and inspire leaders to act now. Here we explore and unpack the five key themes that were discussed at CFS+ and what we took away from them.

November 2020

Download the Avery Dennison Digital Deep Dive today

In this first edition of the Avery Dennison Digital Deep Dive, we address the need for authenticity and connectivity in enabling a sustainable supply chain that is both conscious and efficient.


September 2020

A Different View

Sourcing Journal’s denim channel, Rivet, recently launched a digital look-book focused on sustainability concepts and innovation in the trim category. We were happy to present our latest projects, including a partnership with The R Collective which features digital solutions and low impact branding materials.