Goa Chronicle: Who will be the speakers at the Recommerce conference?
Venkat Patil: The most renowned figures in the field of the Textile industry will be hosted for very useful and informative presentation and panels at the event. From textile policies to Indian efforts to deliver a sustainable fashion industry to the world will be discussed thoroughly at the conference. To name a few of our renowned speaker
Gigi Mathews-Country Director-ENVIU, Ramanuj Mitra-Senior Programme Officer-Centre for responsible business, Dr. Harleen Sahni-Associate Professor-NIFT, Ruchita Chabbra Country Programs Manager (India, Pakistan) The Sourcery, Saikat Mitra Vice-president Creative director (Van Huesen) Aditya Birla Fashion Retail Ltd) etc. more distinguished names will be added in the upcoming days.
Goa Chronicle: Have you done a startup event before? Tell us about it?
Venkat Patil: We have not done an event primarily focused on startups yet but as a startup, we aim to create an ecosystem of community members from various fields to address the critical discussion that can act as a bridge to revamp the industry. A few of our Ventures to name are:
- SME Bankers and Borrowers Business meet
- Annual event: Recommerce expo: on E-waste recycling and refurbishment, Battery recycling and refurbishment, Automotive recycling and refurbishment
- IPR awareness Programme
- Mergers and Acquisition
- Global Battery recycling conference
- Organics & Millets Road show in Delhi and Mumbai
- Brussels your gateway to Europe
- Sustainable clothing and Textile Recycling conference
- International Automotive recycling conference
- Industrial Heavy Scrap & Recycling
- International Reverse logistics conference
- Next-gen Municipal Solid Management
- Global Renewable Energy Recycling conference
The purpose of a conference is to exchange valuable knowledge, as well as to present high-quality presentations, engage in fierce discussions on panels, and network with members from across the community all in one platform.
The role of sustainability startups is crucial across the globe in bringing awareness. For a green future, players on the ground need to take the initiative of chasing down the target before the required run rate goes out of hand.
As an organizer, I am privileged to know and appreciate all the efforts community members put in to grow an initiative and provide them with a platform for it.
Goa Chronicle: Who are the sponsors and partners of the Sustainable Clothing % Textile Recycling Conference Third Edition?
Venkat Patil: Green Waves Environmental Solutions has joined us as our Silver Partner for the conference.
They are Andhra Pradesh’s first authorized unit (given by Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board) E-waste collection and handling unit. Green Waves Environmental Solutions collect and dismantling electronic waste from residential, commercial, industrial areas of Andhra Pradesh. They have also won the National Awards for its excellence in E-Waste Recycling at Indian Industry Session.
GCL international is associating with us as our exhibitor. It is a based in the United Kingdom and provides international accredited certification across 5 continents. They are experts in this field with over 26 years of experience. Serving in more than 50 countries across 5 continents over 25 years. GCL offer assessment and certification to a range of internationally recognized standards, such as: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, Higg FEM Index, SLCP, ISO 22000, FSSC 22000, ISO 27001, ISO 45001 (and OHSAS 18001) and more.
Federation of Surat Textile Traders Association (FOSTTA), Textile Sector Skill Council (TSC) and South Gujarat Textile Processors Association (SGTPA) are confirmed as our association partner.
Our Media partners at conference are:
The Yarn Bazaar
Textile Value Chain
Goa Chroncile: Tell the readers and interested audience who all can participate?
Venkat Patil: In order to ensure sustainability and reduce environmental impacts in the textile sector, utilizing a circular economy is of utmost importance. The objective of this event is to encourage textile recycling, promote business co-operation and development in the areas of textile recycling, up cycling and sustainable fashion in India.
The conference includes Keynote and Plenary Sessions, Speaker Sessions, Young Researcher
Forum, Workshops, Symposia, Video Presentations, Poster presentations, E-Posters, Exhibitions and also an opportunity for B2B meetings on the most recent improvements in the field of Recycling and Waste Management by specialists from both Scholastic and Commerce foundation.
- Multitude of Policy makers, up cyclers, recyclers, manufacturers and allied industries Government Agencies /Bodies, Safety equipment manufacturer, international experts, Ecofriendly clothing brands, Research organizations, Legal and compliance services, Industry Trade Groups/Associations, Small/Medium/Large Scale Companies, Micro/
Small/ Medium Enterprises, NGOs Focused on Sustainability, Environmental Issues, Sustainability Professionals, Waste Management Professionals can participate in the conference.
To know more, visit: https://recommerceeco.com/
Read part 1 of the interview: https://goachronicle.com/recommerce-building-an-entire-ecosystem-to-manage-recyclables-generated-by-industries/