Professional Members Masterminds February 2022
February dates are for 7th and 9th, across 3 sessions, and are open to a small group each only.
- Los Angeles
- Monday Feb 7th, 2022 - 07:30am
- Monday Feb 7th, 2022 - 15:30pm
- Monday Feb 7th, 2022 - 21:00pm
- Tuesday Feb 8th, 2022 - 02:30am
To take part in our private consultation sessions, you will need to be a Professional Member. If you are not yet a Professional Member, please upgrade your Membership to participate: Upgrade Here
What are Masterminds?
This informal one-hour session will allow for personal conversation and the pulling together of expertise and knowledge - whether you want to reflect on something you've learned in one of our Masterclasses, need a sounding board for an objective you want to implement or want to ask burning questions around establishing a sustainable business, the floor is yours.
The discussion will be fluid, with the following format as a guide:
- Each person to make quick introductions
- Each person to air one thing that they'd love some feedback on or help with
- We take time to look at each area and discuss
How to register for your one-to-one session
These sessions are exclusively for Professional Members. There is a maximum of 5 people per group to ensure constructive conversations. The session will not be recorded.
- Monday 7th February 2022, 1.30pm-2.30pm GMT
- Wednesday 9th February 2022, 1.30pm-2.30pm GMT
- Wednesday 9th February 2022, 5pm-6pm GMT
Once booked and confirmed you are a Professional Member, you will receive the Zoom meeting link.
If you're an established member of the Sustainable Fashion Collective, Charlie will need no introduction. She is an award-winning social entrepreneur who has advocated for responsible practices in the design industries for over a decade. Passionate about making sustainability in the fashion and interiors industry accessible to smaller brands and home sewers, she founded Offset Warehouse, a fabric shop that sells ethical and sustainable textiles worldwide, in wholesale and retail quantities. These eco fabrics are those that do not harm the people who make them or the environment.
Having established her sustainable textiles company, she soon realised the need for designers to have the knowledge about the latest textiles and innovations in sustainable design and business practices at their fingertips, and so the Sustainable Fashion Collective was born.
Recognised for her achievements, Charlie is regularly invited to speak at sustainability events, and her work and fabrics have been featured widely across media ranging from ITV to the Oscars.