With years of collaboration under our belt, Quantis will be returning to Munich to take part in the world’s largest sports trade fair for the sports industry.
At ISPO Munich, the global sports business community comes together to share perspectives and shape the future of the industry. This year, among more than 1,600 exhibitors showcase innovative products and provide a glimpse into what the future of sports may hold, we will have the pleasure to be part of the packed event program, offering a vast range of events, and networking opportunities, to connect with Sporting Goods professionals and gain new perspectives on the sports industry.
Where you’ll find Quantis @ISPO 2023
+ Biodiversify Your Business – A Deep Dive into the Why and How of Biodiversity Management
28 November/ 16:30 – 18:00 / EOCA stage at ISPO A1/144
From the Kunming Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) and its goals targets to impacts and dependencies of business on nature; from biodiversity strategies to action at companies like Patagonia and VAUDE.
Join Quantis’ Stefan Frehland at this interactive moment where we’ll dive deeper into the Nature topic, both its with regards to challenges and its many opportunities, for the Fashion and Sporting Goods industry. Organized by EOCA – a charity organisation, set up by the European Outdoor Group (EOG) to enable companies from the outdoor sector to work collectively together in the fields of grassroots conservation, protection and regeneration projects – the session aims at fostering an insightful conversation between experts such as Matthias Jurek, programme management officer at UNEP; Nina Hajilkahanian, European General Manager at Patagonia and Isabell Rzepecki, Senior sustainability consultant.
Meet you in Munich!
Senior Sustainability Consultant
+ Balancing Sustainability and Performance: How to Assess Alternatives to Fossil-Based Materials
30 November/ 12:00 – 13:00 / Conference room C11
The search for alternatives to fossil-based materials is more pressing than ever. But how do we assess new materials to ensure we are not confronted with harmful trade-offs? How can we include a holistic sustainability assessment to make informed decisions for the products of tomorrow?
During this interactive session we’ll dive deeper into the Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) Methodology and how to go beyond traditional LCAs with microplastic leakage and circularity assessments. Brought to you by the multi-stakeholder Glaukos project, this session aims to foster an insightful sustainability discussion. Join the conversation and engage with environmental assessments experts and peers to drive sustainable transformation within the sporting goods industry, together.
Join Quantis’ Josephine Pratiwi and follow this workshop!