Ashoka Fellows has partnered with C&A Foundation, a corporate foundation supporting programmes in transforming fashion into a fair and sustainable industry, to host the Fabric of Change Globalizer Summit ,2017.
According to Ashoka ,the Fabric of Change initiative is unlocking the unique power and potential of social entrepreneurs and their solutions to advance the companyâ€™s shared vision: transforming the apparel industry as a force for good.
The Globalizer Summit is being co-organised with leading global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney, which will connect the Ashoka Fellows with strategy through partners and industry experts to help rapidly spread their innovations and empower new communities within the value chain.
This event will highlight Ashokaâ€™s global network of Ashoka Fellows who implement system-changing solutions to human and environmental problems. Alongwith C&A Foundation, Ashoka has selected a cohort of leading apparel-industry innovators ready to scale their solutions.
This works through a tailored accelerator program â€“ the Ashoka Globalizerâ€“ where these innovators work together with advisors to refine their scaling strategy to reach the greatest social impact.
For the culmination of the Globalizer process, these Ashoka Fellows will meet up in Bangalore, in conjunction with the Sustainable Apparel Coalitionâ€™s annual meeting and two days after the Planet Textiles 2017 Summit, where all events will be located at the same venue.
SAC and Planet Textiles attendees are welcome to join the Ashoka Globalizer Summit on Friday, May 26th, for a day of collaborative sessions, inspiring talks and an evening cocktail reception.
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