"The leading global event on textiles and sustainability."

"The leading global event on textiles and sustainability."

"The leading global event on textiles and sustainability."

"Some of the world's biggest apparel retailers and textile mills regularly attend the event."

"The leading global event on textiles and sustainability."

Why should you attend Planet Textiles at the @ Copenhagen Concert Hall, Denmark?

11th May 2016

  • Discover the future.
    Learn about radical new environmental initiatives and business models in the textile supply chain.
  • Understand the trends.
    See how disruptive technologies and financial innovations can create new opportunities.
  • Meet the new leaders.
    Planet Textiles features innovators in the global textile and retail businesses who are reshaping the industry.
  • Connect.
    Delegates will have ongoing opportunities to forge new relationships at Planet Textiles.
  • Explore the ecosystem.
    Planet Textiles explores company engagement, collaboration, transparency and how to measure.

Planet Textiles 2016
Key Speakers:

Key speakers are currently being invited to the Planet Textiles 2016 event and further details will appear here very soon. Please keep checking back for further news. In 2015, speakers included senior executives from VF Corporation, H&M, adidas, The Zero Discharge Roadmap Group, the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs, China, China National Textile & Apparel Council, Solidaridad and Covestro.

Learn more about the key speakers in 2015

Previous Events:

"The Planet Textiles annual event on sustainability was first launched in Hong Kong in 2009. Previous delegates include: Wal-Mart, Nike, Triumph International, H&M, Levi Strauss, TAL Apparel, Crystal Group, adidas, Esprit, Natural Resources Defence Council, VF Corp, PVH, Esquel, Puma, Fountain Set, Sears Holdings, Warnaco, Li & Fung, Marks & Spencer, North Face, Adidas, Itochu Corp., Greenpeace, IKEA, Pacific Textiles, Hanesbrands, Li Ning, Target, Tesco, JC Penney, … and many more.

Learn more about previous events

Rescheduled for 14th October 2015