This webinar will define, in practical business-friendly terms, what regeneration is, why it's critically important for the decade ahead, why it's on the rise at the moment and how it can be a win-win-win if done right. Speakers will provide a summary of the most essential principles of regenerative business and then dive into case studies already applying said principles in product innovation and supply chain management.
What you will learn
Want to learn more about regenerative business? Join Sustainable Brands at SB’21 San Diego, our hybrid (both live and virtual) flagship conference, taking place this October 18-21 in California.
Ethan Soloviev is a farmer in upstate New York and the Chief Innovation Officer at HowGood.com, where he manages the world’s largest product sustainability database: 127 impact attributes across 33,000 unique ingredients and 1,000,000+ products.
Zack designed the sustainability and regenerative strategies at Timberland /VF Corporation and is currently consulting with both companies to build frameworks and identify innovation opportunities that support these strategies.
Zack forged collaborations between food and fashion to build verified regenerative supply chains for beef, peanuts, sugar cane, leather, cotton and rubber. He is currently retained by the Textile Exchange to lead their Regenerative Agriculture Community of Practice, a platform to facilitate alignment and cross-pollination amongst the apparel industry.
Dimitar is a senior sustainability and regeneration strategist, educator, executive advisor and mentor. He currently holds the following active roles: Advisor and Co-Lead, Global Content Strategy & Thought Leadership at Sustainable Brands; Senior Strategist, Content Development & Product Innovation at Sustainability Hub Norway; Executive Advisor at rePurpose Global; and Senior Content Advisor at Integrate2033. He co-led the creation of the SB Brand Transformation Roadmap, a comprehensive navigation tool mapping the whole journey from business-as-usual to a sustainable brand, and co-designed an accompanying assessment process that measures progress in five dimensions: purpose, brand influence, operations and supply chain, products and services, and governance.