Slide THE FUTURE OF
CIRCULAR ECONOMY :
March 30, 2021 A New Look for the Luxury Industry

The Future of circular economy:
A New Look for the Luxury Industry.

Registration period ends on March, 29th 2021 – Paris Chamber of Commerce, 2 Place de la Bourse 75002 & in Live-streaming – March 30th, 2021 

Main topics

NEW APPROACH TO «MADE IN» FOR CIRCULAR ECONOMY

+ Responsible/Ethical production and sourcing are key issue for heritage brand regarding transparency. The COVID19 pandemic also underlined the importance of relocalisation.

+ French brands are often put in the spotlight especially when it comes to the global economy of luxury, or Haute Couture, being named as potential big actors. What does «Made in France» really mean today and how can we support our high-quality craftsmanship industry?

BUILD BACK A BETTER CIRCULAR WITH TECHNOLOGY

+ How technology can lead to a circular green recovery?

+ Technology helps to reduce unnecessary production and reinforce responsible consumption : New artificial Intelligence applications for trends forecasting, blockchain technology for improved security, etc.

+ What are the key success factors for luxury brands to use the right tools for their ultimate goal related with circular economy?

EXPLORING TRANSPARENCY AND NATURALNESS ISSUES RELATED WITH CIRCULAR ECONOMY

+ The future of design and packaging: can a shift in luxury product design end the plastic waste crisis?

+ Leather, Jewellery, Fashion,..: All luxury sectors are facing transparency and naturalness issues.

+  The luxury industry transitions to a circular economy : Second hand market, up-cycling, sharing economy, blockchain technology for improved security,…

BRAND RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN THE
AREA OF RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION

+ How the consumers expectations grom brands to deliver circular economy could remodel the luxury brand relationship management?

+ Technology has enabled the shift to the consumer : From media to social media communication, all aspects of luxury brand relationship management should be reinvented regarding circular initiatives.

+ What about consumers’ expectations of the luxury shopping experience? What are the drivers of luxury sales performances in the Middle East and Asia?

Speakers

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Main sponsors

Agenda & Format

BREAKFAST RECEPTION8.30 – 9.00
OPENING SESSION
Claire Domergue (Director of publication, Luxus+)
9.00 – 9.10
OPENING KEYNOTE SPEECH / PRESENTATION OF A STUDY
Conscious, collaborative, connected : Making over the luxury business model
Isabelle Massa (Mazars)
9.10 – 9.30
PANEL DISCUSSION
Circular ambitions : How the right tools can help fashion and luxury businesses
Isabelle Massa (Mazars), Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel (Arianee), Jonathan Andres (RSVP),
Pierre-Arnaud Grenade (CEO de Ba&sh)
9.30 – 10.25
KEYNOTE SPEECH
What you didn’t know about circular fashion in Hong Kong
Angelica leung (InvestHK)
10.25 – 10.45
COFFEE BREAK10.45 – 11.00
KEYNOTE SPEECH
Protection of consumers, transparent practices and communication in the luxury industry. Words matter in advertising – Study Opinion way (Collectif Diamant)
Mina El Hadraoui
11.00 – 11.20
PANEL DISCUSSION
How Naturalness and Transparency can help rebuild trust and consumer confidence?
Mina El Hadraoui (Collectif Diamant), Olivier Segura (L’école des arts joailliers Van Cleef & Arpels),
Arnaud Haefelin (Gainerie 91), Noémie Dumesnil (Authentic Materials), Barbara Coignet (1.618)
11.20 – 12.15
KEYNOTE SPEECH
How Upcycling can become part of the content factory?
Muriel Ballayer (Wands)
12.15 – 12.30
CLOSING REMARKS12.30 – 12.45

Partners & Participants

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Partners & participants of former conferences

The chamber of commerce and industry of the Paris region is a public establishment of administrative nature administered by 98 elected business leaders, volunteers and elected for five years. The missions of the chamber of commerce are to represent the interests of companies, to accompany them, to train young people and professionals.

The Diamant collective brings together the leading organizations of the diamond industry in France. The objective of this collective is to promote and enhance the value of the natural diamond industry, provide information on the evolution of the industry, encourage the improvement of industry practices and implement a program to promote diamonds on the French market.

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region : Invest HK is the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. It is headed by the Director General of Investment Promotion, Stephen Phillips. InvestHK’s vision is to strengthen Hong Kong’s status as Asia’s leading international business location. For the economic development of Hong Kong, the company’s mission is to attract and retain foreign direct investment that is of strategic importance to the development of Hong Kong.

Mazars is an internationally integrated partnership, specialising in audit, accountancy, advisory, tax and legal services*. Operating in over 90 countries and territories around the world, we draw on the expertise of more than 42,000 professionals – 26,000+ in Mazars’ integrated partnership and 16,000+ via the Mazars North America Alliance – to assist clients of all sizes at every stage in their development.

Gainerie 91 is the privileged interlocutor of all the world famous jewellery, clock and spirits brands. The company’s artisans create handcrafted products of the highest standard. Exceptional quality control at every step of the manufacturing process forms the basis for the reputation of excellence that Gainerie 91 has maintained for more than forty years in the areas of leatherwork, wood work, laquering, hot stamping, silkscreening, injection molding and metal cutting. Its designers customize orders to meet client’s specifications in terms of appearance, shape, color, and fine materials. Our products include boxes, displays, trays, pouches and many more….

Specializing in the exploitation of natural materials destined for destruction, whether scrap or unsold, the start-up founded in 2016 by Vincent Menny, engineer by profession and president of the structure, has developed a natural treatment process that allows organic raw materials to be reworked and then reused. The appointment of Noémie Dumesnil as Operations Director of Authentic Material follows on from a €1.5 million contribution in December 2019 to the capital of the Toulouse-based company.

The Future of circular economy: A New Look for the Luxury Industry : register here

Registration period starts October 21th 2020, and ends on March, 29th 2021 – Paris Chamber of Commerce, 2 Place de la Bourse 75002 March 30th, 2021

 

BREAKFAST RECEPTION8.30 – 9.00
OPENING SESSION
Claire Domergue (Director of publication, Luxus+)
9.00 – 9.10
OPENING KEYNOTE SPEECH / PRESENTATION OF A STUDY
Conscious, collaborative, connected : Making over the luxury business model
Isabelle Massa (Mazars)
9.10 – 9.30
PANEL DISCUSSION
Circular ambitions : How the right tools can help fashion and luxury businesses
Isabelle Massa (Mazars), Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel (Arianee), Jonathan Andres (RSVP),
Pierre-Arnaud Grenade (CEO de Ba&sh)
9.30 – 10.25
KEYNOTE SPEECH
What you didn’t know about circular fashion in Hong Kong
Angelica leung (InvestHK)
10.25 – 10.45
COFFEE BREAK10.45 – 11.00
KEYNOTE SPEECH
Protection of consumers, transparent practices and communication in the luxury industry. Words matter in advertising – Study Opinion way (Collectif Diamant)
Mina El Hadraoui
11.00 – 11.20
PANEL DISCUSSION
How Naturalness and Transparency can help rebuild trust and consumer confidence?
Mina El Hadraoui (Collectif Diamant), Olivier Segura (L’école des arts joailliers Van Cleef & Arpels),
Arnaud Haefelin (Gainerie 91), Noémie Dumesnil (Authentic Materials), Barbara Coignet (1.618)
11.20 – 12.15
KEYNOTE SPEECH
How Upcycling can become part of the content factory?
Muriel Ballayer (Wands)
12.15 – 12.30
CLOSING REMARKS12.30 – 12.45
  • Access to live talks
  • Access to live Q&A and polls
  • Access to networking and community area
  • Access to video on demand
  • Group discount available
REGISTER NOW
  • Access to the Paris Chamber of Commerce on the day
  • Access to live talks
  • Access to live Q&A and polls
  • Access to networking and community area
  • Access to video on demand
  • Group discount available
REGISTER NOW