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ALL CHINA LEATHER EXHIBITION | 29 - 31 AUGUST 2018 | SHANGHAI
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Conference

Shanghai Shake-Up Conference
  • Date:

    28 Aug 2018

  • Time:

    13:00 - 18:00

  • Location:

    Room E2-M20, Shanghai New International Expo Centre

WAKE-UP CALL FOR THE LEATHER INDUSTRY

The Shanghai Shake-Up Conference will offer vision, inspiration and information about materials innovation in a pragmatic way. It combines topics for leather and non-leather from surprising yet highly relevant angles, offering a roadmap to future growth for the sector.

WAKE-UP!
...and smell the leather! The “Shanghai Shake-Up” will be a breath of fresh air with high-paced short lectures, technological trend videos and interactive group discussions, centering around three key future scenarios that each offer a wealth of opportunities for the leather industry as well as related industries, including fashion, leather goods, interior and automotive. Connected to the conference, ACLE will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a Technological Innovation Trend Forum at the show, featuring functional innovations from exhibitors and curated invitees.

 

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13:30  Kick Starting The Shanghai Shake-Up Conference
- Nicoline van Enter, Founder and Creative Director, The Footwearists
 
13:40  STREETLUXE
Chinese consumers are disrupting the international luxury market by requiring renowned brands to collaborate with online streetwear. Speakers will talk about how leather will be applied in this new market, how to be on top of streetwear trends, etc.
- Orietta Pelizzari, Owner, Mattori Studio 
- Harry Johnson, Sales Manager - Footwear at Pittards Plc
 
15:00 Coffee/Tea Break
 
15:15 LEATHER LAB
The future of the leather segment will likely be developed at various kinds of laboratories, ranging from biotechnology to informatics. Most research is focused on creating applications that are potentially more sustainable. In the Leather Lab scenario, several promising green-tech applications will be explained.
- Peter van Wingerden, CEO & Partner, Beladon
- Michael Costello, Director of Sustainability, Stahl
- Mike Redwood, Spokesperson, Leather Naturally
 
16:30 Coffee/Tea Break
 
16:45 MADE TO MOVE
Not only upholstery for cars, but also about various kinds of public transportation or leather lifestyle products for urban mobility. How autonomous cars will look and function much more like living rooms? How this opens up new opportunities for collaborations between tanneries and material or chemical suppliers, for car brands and to partnerships with technology suppliers to create innovative methods for leather assembly as well as conductive and interactive leathers?
- Adrian Hernandez, CEO, Simplicityworks
- Kaarmuhilan Kalaiyarasan, CEO, Join Elm
- Arnold Yuan, Managing Director, GST China & Korea 

 

*The Conference will be held in English without translation.

*Please be advised this programmme may be subject to change.

 

For enquiries or media registration, please contact Ms Kwok Chi-On ([email protected]

 

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Speakers