Unbox #2 explores one of the biggest challenges and game-changers ahead – the transition to a circular economy. How can we create a sustainable business in a circular economy? And what role can packaging play?
Meet the experts at Unbox #2
Jessica Cederberg Wodmar has worked on sustainability issues for over 30 years and describes herself as a sustainability nerd. She is currently the Global Sustainability & Innovation Director for the premium clothes brand Gant and has helped develop their circularity strategy which encompasses seven rules: refresh, repair, reuse, rent, regive, remake, recycle.
Elodie Ternaux is both an industrial designer and an engineer who is an expert in materials. She co-directed a material library for over 15 years in Paris before recently forming Hyloh, a global consultancy network that works with brands, governments, material manufacturers and academia to make a positive impact through the application of materials, processes, and circular design thinking.
Jon Haag is the Chief Circular Officer at the aptly named &REPEAT, a Swedish start-up striving to make the world more circular. As well as being an expert on the circular economy, he also, having worked with fibre-based materials for 25 years, knows a thing or two about packaging, an industry that will be critical to creating a circular economy.
Head of Sustainability, Holmen Iggesund
Meet the host
Sabinije von Gaffke is a highly experienced moderator, facilitator, speaker, broadcast journalist and communications catalyst in the intersection of tech, leadership, sustainability, impact and health.
Unbox is a series of digital events designed by Holmen Iggesund to explore the challenges and opportunities brands face today and in the future. The first event took place in January 2021.
Unbox #1 focuses on changes in consumer behaviour and how brands can create engaging experiences through digital channels.
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