10 things to look out for at this week’s Sustainability in Licensing Conference

The Sustainability in Licensing Conference is this week – Wednesday 8 November to be precise – and final preparations are now at full tilt. But there’s still time to grab yourself a ticket and be a part of this crucial industry conversation.

For those of you still on the fence over whether this is a conversation for you (and it is, trust us, it really is) here’s a list of the top 10 things you’ll find at SiLC this year that may just sway things for you…

1. Get to know the retailers taking sustainability seriously. Amazon, Asda, Tesco, and Lush will all be in attendance of this year’s SiLC – will you?

2. Rub shoulders with the United Nations and take the chance to network with some of the boldest and most pioneering thought-leaders in sustainability.

3. Celebrate the industry’s leading voices in sustainability and catch the inaugural Products of Change Members Sustainable Development Goals Awards, presented by the United Nations. Yes, we’re marking SiLC 23 with the launch of our very own, industry-first awards, live at the Sustainability in Licensing Conference.

4. Learn from licensors and licensees what progress they are making across the industry and what resources are available to you to take your journey forwards.

5. Collect your free copy of the latest issue of the Products of Change magazine, the Autumn 2023 Sustainability Edit. Get the latest news, views and insight from across the industry.

6. Learn about the future of retail and understand the progress that’s needed to reach the 2030 goals.

7. Go veggie – if just for a day… Go on, do it for us. The day’s networking lunch will consist of a full vegetarian and vegan menu, taking the sustainability conversation throughout the day – it’s something to chew over.

8. Grab a Womble and have picture. That’s right, the original eco-champions will be making their return to the Sustainability in Licensing Conference this year so why not take the chance to get to know them…

9. Feel inspired – take your new knowledge into the halls of the Royal Geographical Society and strike up some new conversations, implement some new plans and look towards a new era for the global licensing industry.

10. Grab a drink, grab a photographer and document your day. Be a part of the POC Community and celebrate with us in post-show networking drinks.

The Sustainability in Licensing Conference 2023 takes place on Wednesday 8 November at the Royal Geographical Society, London. The full agenda can be found by clicking here. Tickets for this year’s Sustainability in Licensing Conference are available to purchase now. Both in-person and digital-only options are available. Contact Rob@productsofchange.com or Helena@productsofchange.com for more information.

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