Renee Henze is the Global Marketing Director at DuPont Sorona.
In her role, she develops the strategic marketing direction for existing and emerging renewably-resourced technologies, such as Sorona® — working across the value chain with textile mills, brands and retailers in the outdoor and fashion apparel industry.
Renee Henze is tagged in 7 stories.
Over the last few years, the bioeconomy — a global economy that uses biological resources and waste from the land and sea as inputs to food, industrial and energy production — has been a major point of discussion for scientists and policymakers alike. According to the World Economic Forum, our bioeconomy is far from sustainable as it presently exists, as companies across many industries continue to rely on environmentally damaging practices. - 4 years ago
Chemistry, Materials & Packaging /
Grocery stores, restaurants and coffee shops have wholeheartedly embraced the slow food movement, with phrases such as "certified organic," "fair-trade" and "all-natural" plastered across product packaging and menus. While each of these designations means something specific, in the eyes of many along the supply chain including the end user, they all can deliver a similar message of high quality. - 4 years ago
Product, Service & Design Innovation /
The fashion industry has made strides towards increased sustainability in the clothing we produce, but as outlined by the 2017 Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF) report, A New Textiles Economy: Redesigning Fashion's Future, the need to advance these goals is paramount. Global apparel production has doubled in the last 15 years, and if growth continues as expected, it will triple by 2050. - 4 years ago