Born and raised in Nice, France, Paula has lived in Asia for almost a decade, studying at Hong Kong University and later moving to Singapore to start her career as a consultant in circular economy. She worked on projects across Asia in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Taiwan, Hong Kong consulting for MNCs such as Unilever, P&G and Danone. Her dream is to make sustainability more mainstream and attractive for everyone through smart design and communications.
Co-Founder Green Is The New Black
Stephanie is a marketer, event organiser and avid connector of conscious individuals and brands. She loves bringing people together to connect, find inspiration, gain knowledge and be able to take action to create positive change. She started her career working for an international events agency, planning luxury events and fashion weeks around the region. As a third culture kid, she’s fascinated by other people and is always seeking new experiences.
CEO of Ethiwork
Céline Dassonville is dedicated to fostering positive transformation of our economy and to act as a change agent of the environmental and social transition. She’s a supporter of an impact based and incremental change approach to reach sustainability. She champions disruptive ideas that positively impact our world by working hand in hand with start-ups, NGO’s, ESS businesses and think tanks.
Founder of Weturn
After graduating from business school, Sophie specialized in finance before joining Fintechs with strong social commitments. In 2020, she created weturn after almost 5 years of experience at KissKissBankBank where she held various positions (strategy, operations, finance) in favour of projects in the SSE, fashion, sustainability, and culture sectors.
weturn allows fashion Maisons, textile industry and manufacturers to recycle their stocks, the waste production from cut-and-sew process and products under intellectual property management and turn them into new yarns and fabrics. Today only 1% of wasted fashion products that are collected are actually recycled into new fabrics or clothes.
weturn’s ambition is to reach at least 30% of valorization on all textiles that the company would be collecting. To do so, weturn created a dedicated network to allow their customers to get access to logistics companies, recycling and spinning professionals and textiles manufacturers all gather around a commun objective: respecting our resources and raw materials by extending their lifespan.