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Ideation Workshop – Towards a sustainable fashion industry

Published Sep 12, 2018

Join us for a hands-on Ideation Workshop where we will introduce you to useful tools to identify, validate, and develop business ideas from the perspective of creating sustainable change across the entire value chain of the fashion industry

Purchasing a t-shirt is the final act in an almost 50-step process that includes everything from harvesting the cotton, spinning the yarn, dyeing and packaging the fabric, transporting the garment (often across the globe), to displaying the final product online or in a store. After the t-shirt has been purchased and used, it also needs to be recycled. Engineers can create positive impact in every step on the way.

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Impact in every step on the way

In practically all fields of study and research at KTH, from biotechnology and chemistry to computer science, knowledge and methods are created that can improve this process and accelerate the shift towards a sustainable fashion industry. This means changing the way garments are currently designed, produced, shipped, bought, used and recycled.

Join us for a hands-on Ideation Workshop where we will introduce you to useful tools to identify, validate, and develop business ideas from the perspective of creating sustainable change across the entire value chain of the fashion industry. Do you want to contribute to a sustainable future? Join us on October 4th at KTH Innovation!  

When: October 4th, 12.00-13.30

Where: Room 51, Undervisningshuset , Brinellvägen 28A

For whom: Students and researchers at KTH

A researcher at KTH?

Dig into how your research can help drive positive change in one of the world’s largest industries.

A student at KTH?

Brainstorm ideas and solutions that can accelerate the shift to a sustainable fashion industry.

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This is a closed event with limited seats and RSVP is binding.

Global collaboration to close the loop for fashion

KTH is a partner in the Global Change Award, an international innovation challenge aiming to protect our planet and living conditions through innovative and cutting edge ideas. Five innovative and ground-breaking ideas that can contribute to a more sustainable fashion industry share a 1 million Euro grant and each earn a place in the tailor-made innovation accelerator. The application period is now open.

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