#14 – The Future of Trade: Transparency in Value Chains | ASKET, retraced, The ID Factory

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Do brands really know the journey and impact of their products? A notorious pain point of the fashion industry is transparency, traceability, and clear, honest data reporting across apparel supply chains. With the rise of software tools and digitized systems, solutions to opaque production are finally growing to scale. This episode, we explore these topics through 202030 – The Berlin Fashion Summit’s panel on Transparency in Value Chains, moderated by Geraldine de Bastion. Martina Schiuma, the Head of Sustainability at The ID Factory, Tai Ford, former Chief Marketing Officer at retraced, and August Bard Bringéus, the co-founder of ASKET, share their expertise in leading a new era of transparency. The ID Factory and retraced address their pioneering digital solutions to value chain management and reporting. Meanwhile, ASKET offers a brand’s perspective on how to change the culture and standards of transparency, both within the company and to the customer.

August Bard Bringéus also joins podcast co-host Max Gilgenmann for a one-on-one interview, going deeper on the brand’s journey towards setting a new peer standard for fully transparent, sustainable fashion. ASKET’s multi-seasonal collections take a holistic view on regenerative change, following three main pillars: purposeful design, transparency for educated consumer choices, and full lifecycle responsibility, from fiber to garment end-of-life.

Learn more about our guests here: ASKET: https://www.asket.com/de/transparency The ID Factory: https://theidfactory.com/ retraced: https://www.retraced.com/

For more information about 202030 – The Berlin Fashion Summit, including updates about our next edition, visit https://202030summit.com/, and follow us on social media @202030summit.

202030 – The Berlin Fashion Summit is organized by studio MM04, in cooperation with the Beneficial Design Institute. It is a Partner of Berlin Fashion Week, funded by the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises Berlin in cooperation with Fashion Council Germany. Press: MÜLLER PR & CONSULTING

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Dushyant Parikh

Nice episode, gret thought about decreasing the consumption, improving durability.

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