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Saturday, September 25th 3.30 – 4.30pm
British Council, 1 Redman Place, Stratford, London, E20 1JQ

The Trampery will be delivering a panel talk on ‘Sustainable Manufacturing’. Hear about how businesses working within The Trampery and the wider Fashion District are changing the way fashion is made, from artisanal production to the return of UK manufacturing.

Speakers include:
Daki Marouf & Ahmed Sabry, Co-Founders of Sabry Marouf
Cindy Liberman, CEO of Lara Intimates
Alim Latif, Founder of Roker Atelier

Fashion District and The Trampery regularly deliver its ‘Fashion Circle’ series of workshops and talks for fashion businesses and individuals who want to develop their network and hear about some of the latest practices and innovations from within the sector.

The Trampery is home to London’s largest campus of fashion studios and facilities across Poplar Works and Fish Island Village. Since 2012, The Trampery has supported more than 1,000 businesses, providing affordable workspace and business support as part of sector-focused facilities across London.

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