2019 planning workshops: building customer trust through transparency

Provenance and the British Fashion Council transparency
**Update: Join us on the 25th of February for our latest open workshop around sustainability and transparency in the fashion industry. Reserve your place here.**

Set your transparency strategy and start your new year off right with a workshop hosted by Provenance.

Over the coming months, we’ll be hosting a series of workshops tailored around business who are seeking to navigate transparency and sustainability – via environment, social impact, animal welfare, health, etc.

Jump starting us into the new year, we’re proud to host a workshop in partnership with the British Fashion Council as part of their Positive Fashion initiative. This first workshop on the 23rd of January 2019 will be targeted at those in the fashion industry.

As space is limited, reserve your place now.

More about the workshops

These intimate half-day workshops will be held at Somerset House and will be segmented by industry for those wanting to learn and develop a strategy for transparency – helping to future-proof your business plan.

“91% of business leaders believe that transparency builds trust.”

–The Consumer Goods Forum & Futerra Report, 2018

In 2013, Provenance was one of the first organisations in the world to use blockchain technology in supply chains. We are now a growing team of transparency, technology experts and creatives working with businesses producers around the world – from Unilever and Sainsbury’s to more than 200 pioneering smaller brands.

We have been running successful workshops directly with our clients for more than 4 years, but this new open format allows for different brands to attend together to network and learn from each other while making our workshops accessible to brands of all sizes.

These workshops will cover:

Discovering the transparency movement: Market research and analysis from our expert team covering consumer demand to industry best practice.

Technology education: An interactive blockchain overview using our toolkit, high-level intros to other relevant technologies from DNA, Isotopes to Internet of Things (IoT) and sensors.

Applying transparency to your business: Use our Transparency Framework and our support to develop your strategy from quick wins to longer-term sustainability or supply chain initiatives. Create return on investment hypothesis and calculations to inform your business, team or department strategy.

Networking lunch with guided Provenance platform set-up: Existing Provenance Members or those interested in a demo and set-up are welcome to stay for a healthy lunch. See how the platform works to harness the potential of blockchain and create a user-friendly approach to mapping out your product’s journey along its supply chain.

Takeaways:

  • Exclusive transparency market overview
  • Early access to our simple blockchain learning tool
  • Your own transparency framework for your business

The workshop will be an absolute maximum of 20 people and there will be minimum of 3 Provenance team members to ensure personal questions and guidance is received.

Not in London? Register your interest in for a webinar ticket (excludes strategy creation) here.

**Financially-assisted places for small businesses are available through our New Year Transparency Strategy contest, so please click here to register.**

Up next:

Stay tuned for more news about our February workshop where we’ll be working with food and drink brands! Register your interest here.