From responsible sourcing and laser marking, through to QR code labelling for finished leather products, Spoor and Oeko-Tex will explain how the industry can work together to create full transparency for leather goods from the very start of the supply chain to the end, and make that information available for tanners, brands and end consumers.

Register now to attend this free webinar, where Spoor and Oeko-Tex will be joined by Gibson Bass and Vitelco Leather to discuss the cutting edge of traceability in the leather industry.

About the speakers

Dominik KinschelDominik Kinschel graduated with a PhD in Chemistry from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne before his lifelong passion for sustainability led him to join the Oeko-Tex Association. As Product Manager for the Leather Standard and Standard 100, he actively leads the development and digitisation of both products and is involved in several stakeholder initiatives.

BirgitteBirgitte Langer has a background in international fashion and the retail industry, and has worked for the Bestseller Group and as licensee of the LEGO Group and Italian Lamborghini. Today, Birgitte is heading up the Danish brand Spoor Leather, which is all about delivering full traceability back to single animals on quality hides to brands working with leather.

Full webinar line-up:

“Traceability: Why and how?” – Joe Gibson, Co-founder and Managing Director, Gibson Bass.

“ReVeal: 100% Traceability at Vitelco Leather” – Twan De Bie, Managing Director, Vitelco Leather.

“From farm to store: a pilot for full transparency in the leather supply chain.” – Dr Dominik Kinschel, Product Manager Standard 100 & Leather Standard, Oeko-Tex and Birgitte Holgaard Langer, Business Development Director, Spoor Leather.

Who should watch this webinar?

This webinar is aimed at anyone connected with the global leather supply chain from the raw materials to the finished product. It is particularly relevant for hide/skin suppliers, tanners, brands, retailers and OEMs.

How can I register to attend?

The webinar will be broadcast on Thursday, October 7 at 3pm CET (2pm BST), and will last approximately 60 minutes.

Click here to register (registrations subject to approval).