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Sustainability in Licensing Conference

Inaugural event will take place on Wednesday November 25 at The British Library, London.

Set to break new ground in the licensing industry, the first Sustainability in Licensing Conference (SILC 2020) will take place on Wednesday November 25 at The British Library, London.

The conference is aimed at everyone in the licensing arena, from retailers to licensors, licensees to trade suppliers.

Launched by Max Publishing (publishers of Licensing Source Book, LicensingSource.net and organisers of The Licensing Awards and the B&LLAs) along with Helena Mansell-Stopher – an experienced licensing executive and founder of the Products of Change group – SILC 2020 will aim to inspire and inform as to how our dynamic sector can continue to innovate and grow commercially while not costing the planet.

The jam-packed agenda will see leading lights and visionaries from outside and within the industry as well as retail experts, all sharing their inspiring achievements and demonstrating the gains, both environmentally and financially, that can be made.

A number of leading companies have pledged their official support to SILC 2020, underlining their commitment to change within the industry. These include BBC Studios, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, MDR Brand Management, Natural History Museum, ViacomCBS, Hasbro, Character World, TDP Textiles, Brandgenuity, Change Plastic for Good, Smiffys, Dreamtex, Kids Industries, Amscan, GB eye, Global Brands Group, Those Licensing People, University of Oxford and Discovery Inc.

A partnership with Offset Earth, meanwhile, will make sure that the inaugural conference is fully carbon offset.

The Products of Change group is the headline supporter of SILC 2020.

Anyone interested in becoming an official supporter should contact Ian Hyder or Rob Willis on 020 7700 6740.

For full details on the conference and to book your delegate place(s) head to www.sustainabilityinlicensing.com.

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