Designing a Sustainable Future for the Fashion and Luxury Goods Industry

Designing a Sustainable Future for the Fashion and Luxury Goods Industry

Designing a Sustainable Future

With new regulatory requirements around ESG and an effort to build a sustainability agenda that will drive a positive impact on nature – organizations in the luxury goods industry are being tasked to develop and adhere to a compelling charter that not only satisfies shareholders desires but can be leveraged to build employee engagement. 
Turning Uncertainty into Opportunity

This paper takes a closer look at operational resilience and how a wide range of risks could trigger major disruptions and compromise the commercial future of organizations in the luxury goods industry with a specific focus on fashion – apparel, jewellery, handbags, footwear, watches, accessories and cosmetics. It also highlights how emerging and unforeseen disruptions can be channeled into competitive and innovative opportunities.

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Being able to demonstrate what your physical risks are and show you have a resilient portfolio is not relevant just to investors and shareholders, but also – increasingly – to getting access to insurance capacity.

William Bruce
Global Head of Climate Risk Consulting, Aon

Download now to discover more on:

  1. Balancing the ESG Challenge
  2. Building a Climate Resilient Business
  3. Building Workforce Resilience 
  4. Building Supply Chain Resilience
  5. Building Cyber Resilience 
  6. Building the Balance Sheet
  7. The Essential Steps Towards Building Your Brand’s Sustainable Future

Download our Designing a Sustainable Future for the Fashion and Luxury Goods Industry paper today to learn more about the latest key trends and issues impacting the industry.