In anticipation of the 59th Filo, from 22 to 23 February at Allianz MiCo in Milan, the collaboration between the event and C.L.A.S.S., the international eco-hub founded by Giusy Bettoni, continues. In fact, the two companies have always shared a commitment to concrete sustainability of products and manufacturing processes in the textile industry.
The international fair dedicated to the excellence of yarns and fibers achieves this through the FiloFlow project, while the eco-hub demonstrates its commitment through services that support companies on their path towards responsible innovation.
59th Filo: the launch of a new service for companies
Strengthened by this common commitment and a collaboration that has lasted in various forms for years, they make available to the companies participating in the 59th Filo https://filo.it/en/ of the yarn fair a new service dedicated to information and orientation in the field of sustainability.
The “Sustainability from A to Z” desk, curated by C.L.A.S.S. and designed to offer companies concrete guidance on everything related to sustainability in the textile field. From certifications to measurements of environmental impacts and end of life, from the importance of ethics to energy savings, from responsible innovation to new generation communication, without forgetting sustainability reports. These are some of the many themes at the center of the new service that will debut this year.
59th Filo: in search of real sustainability
Paolo Monfermoso, manager of Filo: “With C.L.A.S.S. we have started a collaboration based on the sharing of essential values for the textile industry. “Sustainability from A to Z”, available to companies present at the fair, is the result of a synergy between the various skills, with a shared goal: sustainability. We are sure that the service will help textile companies looking for ever greater sustainability of their products and manufacturing processes”.
Giusy Bettoni, CEO of C.L.A.S.S: “The service we offer together aims to be a concrete support to companies looking for real sustainability. Making “green” products through sustainable processes, in addition to being an ethical commitment, can prove to be a winning tool for gaining an effective competitive advantage in the market.
Above all, companies must communicate the real sustainability of their products. This is the tool to add value to a fashion capable of truly responsible innovation and to combat the phenomena of “greenwashing”. This is why we at C.L.A.S.S., together with 59th Filo, make our skills and experience available to companies”.