Gluu | Discussing the value of goods in the circular economy.
Host and speaker Zane Aburaneh is proud to be bringing together a group of Canadian fashion industry leaders on February 15th to discuss sustainability in the local economy.
Moderated by the amazing Casie Stewart (Content creator and digital media expert)
Connect with our panel of guest speakers featuring Inder Bedi (Bedi Studios), Amanda Cosco (Electric Runway), Nada Sheperd (Resuit).
Guests will enjoy an interactive Q&A about how we can improve sustainability in fashion through working within a circular economy. Main topic of interest based around how we can maintain value of goods through restoration and regeneration.
There will be an exciting presentation following the panel discussion highlighting a new offering to retailers and benchworkers - a gamechanger in the industry.
All guests are invited to stay for a final Q&A and the chance to connect with each other with beverages sponsored by Wilda Bee-Friendly Natural Spritzers and snacks provided by George Brown College.
We look forward to hosting you!
Casie Stewart is an award-winning content creator and expert in digital media. Documenting her life since 2005 via her blog ‘This is My Life,’ she’s been at the forefront of brand storytelling through influencer marketing. Casie started her social media career at MuchMusic & MTV Canada and has run social campaigns & brand partnerships for many top-tier brands. She is represented by the National Speakers Bureau of Canada, co-hosts the Cast of Creators podcast, is an advisor with Hvr Browser, and manages social & culture for Funday Agency.
We share our world with countless life forms. As humans, we are the sole species on this planet compelled to innovate and create. In addition to connecting and inspiring those around us, creativity should also be sustainable for generations to come.
BEDI was established in 2019 by Inder Bedi, the creative ethos being driven by the onus of cleaning up and preserving our planet.We create pieces that are grounded in elevated utility whilst contributing to the circular economy- from exceptionally sustainable materials to the tailoring skills of our Canadian makers and finally in creating a second life once an item has reached the end of its present life. The result is a slow collection of precise designs with impeccable detailing.
Thank you for joining our movement as we reshape our future to fulfill our brand promise.
ONE DAY EVERYTHING NEW WILL COME FROM SOMETHING OLD.