The inaugural Sustainability in Licensing Conference (SILC) will taking place virtually, and is expanding into a two-day event.
Hosted on Tuesday November 24th and Wednesday 25th by Max Publishing, SILC will deliver a full agenda of inspiring and insightful keynote speeches, panel discussions and never-seen-before research findings from a vast array of experts, retailers and visionaries.
The event aims to help everyone in the licensing community – from retailers to licensors, licensees to designers – to drive sustainable growth within their business and the industry as a whole.
The digital format of the conference replaces the physical event that was due to take place at the British Library in London on November 25th.
“While all our personal and business lives continue to be disrupted by Covid-19, by taking SILC onto a digital platform means that we can all continue on our sustainable journey,” said Helena Mansell-Stopher, SILC curator and conference director.
“The commitment we have engendered in SILC, as evidenced by the fabulous line-up of speakers and official supporters, highlights the collective drive for change on the sustainable front while also being aware of the commercial realities.”
SILC will be hosting sessions including ‘Sustainable Design’, ‘Designing Out Waste’ and ‘The Importance of Change Within the Toy Sector’ and attendees will be able to request video meetings with speakers and other attendees in the afternoons of the event.
For more information on SILC, head to https://www.sustainabilityinlicensing.com.
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