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4/6: The Future of Textile Materials

May 30, 2024 4:00 PM
Jo Conlon
Senior Lecturer, Programme Director, Fellow of the Textile Institute, Digital Specialist

Join us for our 4th webinar to explore the Future of Materials with Dr. Jo Conlon!

In this session, we'll delve into the fascinating realm of materials and circularity with esteemed expert Dr. Jo Conlon. As a Senior Lecturer in Fashion Business & Technology at the University of Manchester and a distinguished Fellow of the Textile Institute, Dr. Conlon brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the discussion.

Dr. Jo Conlon is a specialist in digital and sustainable fashion and textiles value and supply chains. With a background in the fashion industry, where she played a pivotal role in developing new fabrics, onboarding suppliers, and ensuring quality and compliance, Dr. Conlon has firsthand insight into the intricacies of textile processes.

Passionate about sustainability, Dr. Conlon is on a mission to empower decision-makers with the knowledge they need to drive meaningful change within the textile industry. Her upcoming book, "Digital Fashion Business: Technology and Innovation across the Fashion Industry", co-authored and slated for publication in June 2024, underscores her commitment to advancing sustainable practices.

Who Should Attend:

Professionals, enthusiasts, and stakeholders passionate about fostering sustainability and circularity within the Textile & Fashion industries are invited to join us on this transformative journey! We highly encourage attendees to participate in all six sessions for a comprehensive understanding of the circular future. Additionally, we encourage active engagement in the sessions, including asking questions, sharing insights, and learning collaboratively.


The webinars are free but registration is required. An email with more details will be sent to you following you registration.

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