DELIVERING ON CIRCULARITY
Pathways for Fashion
As the third-highest contributor to global greenhouse gases, the fashion & textile industry needs to embrace the circular economy to stay in line with defined sustainability targets.
While the successful transition towards circularity is certainly a shared responsibility and effort, logistics and supply chains play a vital role in acting as the natural backbone. This webinar discusses the challenges and opportunities of scaling up circular economy principles in the fashion & textile industry and takes a closer look at the future role of logistics.
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Mirella is responsible for developing and managing key customer relationships, leading a global team that serves the company's top customers in online marketplaces, fashion and luxury. As part of DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation (CSI), her team simplifies the customer experience by providing a single point of contact to all DHL business divisions.
Recognizing the potential for e-commerce to rapidly change business behaviors, Mirella has for many years helped to build DHL's e-commerce capabilities. Prior to her current role, Mirella was Vice President of DHL Global E-commerce and was driving the development of the DHL e-commerce sector. Mirella has held a number of other senior leadership positions in sales, people management, and virtual team management, and has lived and worked around the world.
Shailja is responsible for the strategy and delivery of the BFC's commitment on climate action. Within this role, she directs the Circular Fashion Ecosystem Project, a multi-year endeavor to move the UK to a circular fashion economy by 2030.
Prior to the BFC, Shailja was Responsible Retail Lead at Accenture where she focused on the intersection of sustainability and business in the fashion and wider retail sectors. With over 20 years professional experience, she has held business strategy, digital transformation management, market growth, and social policy roles.
Nina Ahuja leads the business development team at Trove, where she is responsible for establishing Trove's offering on innovative operating models, international expansion, and sustainable trade-in solutions within branded recommerce. Nina is currently managing Trove's expansion into the luxury sector, a focus of the company's Series D fundraise last year.
Prior to Trove, Nina held roles at Accenture Strategy and Kurt Salmon, where she served as an advisor to executives for a variety of retailers such as Tapestry, Inc, Cabela's/Bass Pro, Sprint, Walmart, Gap, Inc, and global brands including Nike, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ralph Lauren, and Tory Burch. Nina specialized in merchandising and operating model transformations during consulting tenure and started her career as a merchant at Chanel and Saks Fifth Avenue.