Early bird tickets available for Sustainability in Licensing Conference now

Early bird tickets for the Products of Change Sustainability Conference (SiLC) 2024 are now available for a limited time only here.

Hailed the “most inspiring and engaging industry event ever attended” by audience members from across the global brand licensing and consumer products industries, the Sustainability Conference will be making its return to the Royal Geographical Society in London on Wednesday, 6 November 2024.

Tickets are available to all past attendees and members of the global brand and licensing consumer products industries with an early bird rate of 10% off the full day-ticket price. Members of the Products of Change community will also receive a further 20% discount.

Both in-person and digital-only tickets are available.

A space for knowledge sharing and learning; networking and problem solving; conversation and, most importantly, asking questions; the Products of Change Sustainability Conference has – within just two years of making its live, in-person debut – carved its place as the ‘must attend event’ on the industry calendar.

This year will see the Products of Change Conference – billed “the most important for our industry in decades” by past attendees – once again deliver a jam-packed line-up of inspiring talks, panel sessions, and a showcase of an industry evolving and transitioning towards a more responsible and sustainable way of operating.

Featuring some of the biggest names in brands and retail, including the LEGO Group; Mattel EMEA; The Walt Disney Company; Asda; Tesco; and Primark, last year’s conference delivered a day filled with informative and inspiring discussions, educational sessions highlighting the legislative changes to be impacting retail and manufacturing, and a glimpse at the future of industry through the eyes of some of its keenest pioneers and innovators.

“Huge congratulations to all the Products of Change team for hosting such a brilliant day that was so well curated with an amazing array of speakers and genuine feeling of collaboration and collective responsibility running throughout,” said Paul Dearlove, toy industry consultant working with the team at Wastebusters. “I cannot recommend this annual event highly enough.”

Audience numbers included a mix of brand owners and licensed manufacturers; cross-sector professionals; and retailers who engaged with the Conference’s overarching message of collaboration to drive positive change across the $340bn global brand and licensing business.

“SiLC 2023 exceeded all our expectations. The energy both in the room and from those who joined digitally from around the globe was phenomenal and our wonderful brand licensing and retail industries met in ways like never before,” said Helena Mansell-Stopher, ceo and founder of Products of Change.

“We are now well on the way planning our 2024 Conference where we will again showcase the industry’s continued evolution with the subject of sustainability. We have come so far in such a short time, but maintaining that momentum now is more important than ever before.

“We cannot wait to deliver this year’s Conference and urge everyone – no matter where in the industry you are or what stage of sustainable development you are at – to join us and be a part of this crucial effort to create a positive future for us and our business, today.”

Early bird tickets to the Products of Change Sustainability Conference are available via the Sustainability in Licensing website today. Don’t miss your chance for a fantastic saving on the industry’s only dedicated and business-critical event.

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