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Products Of Change To Deliver Day Of Purpose At Autumn Fair

Products of Change is building on its partnership with the Hyve Group to help deliver a brand new Day of Purpose at tomorrow’s Autumn Fair (Tuesday 5 September), with special on-stage sessions and opportunities for attendees to increase their knowledge on sustainability during the course of the show. 

Helena Mansell-Stopher, founder and ceo of Products of Change, will be taking to the Inspiring Retail Stage and Moda Catwalk to take part in two sessions focused on sustainability. The collaboration will also see Products of Change deliver new steps for actionable change to the Power of One highlighting the small, daily actions visitors can take by taking and opening conversation on systemic business transformation.

Using the comprehensive Pathway to Sustainability whitepapers launched early this year, visitors will be given access to bite-sized sections of the papers and scan a QR code at the show to download the papers in full via the Products of Change Hub.

Autumn Fair will be welcoming visitors on and up to 4pm on Wednesday 6 September. Visit www.autumnfair.com

Top: Shown at last year’s show, Helena Mansell-Stopher, founder and ceo of Products of Change, will be taking part in two sessions at tomorrow’s Autumn Fair.

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