The impact of sustainability on the automotive leather value chain

Italy
Published:  01 September, 2022
Credit: Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan will present at an upcoming ILM auto leather supply chain conference on the challenges of sustainability in the automotive leather sector.

The half-day event (10am-3pm) will take place at the 5-star NH President hotel in central Milan on September 23.

Principal Consultant Giacomo Rossi will discuss key case studies from major OEMs in a presentation titled; The Evolution of a Sustainable Automotive Leather Value Chain: Industry Challenges and Best Practices.

Rossi will provide perspective about sustainability challenges and implications impacting the automotive leather value chain as well as present sustainability best practices pertaining to vehicle seats, manufacturing processes and comparisons with alternative materials along with relevant case studies.

About the speaker

Giacomo Rossi is Principal Consultant at Frost & Sullivan, a global management consulting and market intelligence company, with extensive international work experience in the automotive industry at a cross-functional level, covering roles in product marketing, sales, corporate finance, and strategy.

He is in charge of the design, development and execution of strategy and growth consulting projects for C-level executives at international leading blue-chip companies, government bodies and representative institutions, having delivered +30 projects for clients in Europe, China, North America, Japan, Middle East.

His specific expertise focuses on strategy definition and implementation, especially in the premium automotive segment and EV market, scenario forecasting, go-to-market strategies, commercial due diligence, competitive benchmarking, evaluation of M&A options and supply chain assessment.

To find out more about the speakers and topics to be presented at the conference, or to register to attend visit the event page, and keep an eye on our website for more news about the presentation schedule in the coming weeks.