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How to Build a Sustainable Fashion Brand: Masterclass 4 of 5 — Buying Better

What does it take to build a fashion brand that is good for both people and the planet, but still makes business sense? In the next chapter of BoF’s five-part masterclass, we’ll look at the importance of purchasing practices and how brands can establish supportive partnerships with their suppliers.
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In this member-exclusive online learning series, you will learn how to build a better fashion brand across the value chain, from design decisions to buying and manufacturing, and the key metrics for measuring success.

Masterclass 4: Buying Better with Marsha Dickson, president and co-founder, Better Buying and Ayesha Barenblat, founder & CEO, Remake.World, hosted by Sarah Kent.

November 10, 15:00 GMT

In the fourth instalment of our series on sustainable brand building, we'll discuss how companies can improve their buying practices to become more responsible.

Key questions answered

  • How do you buy responsibly?
  • What best practices enable the entire supply chain to act responsibly?

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify collaborative models to drive change
  • Propose improvements to partner relationships

The next masterclass will discuss:

Masterclass 5: The Case for Culture

Key questions answered

  • How do companies create a culture that drives responsible business practices?
  • What should companies be focusing on and why?

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify factors that enable more inclusive and responsible operations
  • Establish measurable objectives

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