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Graduated in 1997 in Environmental Sciences at the University of Milan, he is an entrepreneur of advanced services on sustainability and innovation. During 18 years of career in the leather industry, he has developed skills in sustainable business management, Life Cycle Assessment, research and development.
He also works for companies and associations EU level in fashion, furniture, retail. He coordinates several international projects on product and process innovation. He is the coordinator of the European Sectoral Skills Councils for 3 EU sectors (Textile-Clothing-Leather-Footwear, Commerce, Automotive).
At this stage of our analysis on leather, I hope you would have been persuaded that sustainability isn’t the latest fad brands have come up with but rather a priority that will redesign all leather manufacturing activities across the world, shaping the traditional customer-leather supplier relationship.
In my previous post, I tried to explain briefly yet comprehensively the three dimensions of sustainability: a term that is becoming a strategic keyword for many international brands and corporations, active in the leather market. In this new post, I would like to take a step ahead and start explaining why sustainability should be seriously considered while defining future business strategies of tanneries.
I decided to start this new adventure as a blogger with a topic that is growing more and more in importance in the leather world: which are the factors that are influencing the choices of brands in the selection of their leather suppliers? Are these static, are they evolving? If so, are they evolving rapidly?
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