Past and upcoming events and webinars by UsedFULLY

Current Events

Past Events

Textile Product Stewardship Webinar

21 Sep 2022 2pm

Join Aotearoa NZ’s textile and clothing industry for a presentation of the findings of the recent Textile Product Stewardship survey.

Sustainability Expo

8 Jun 2022 (1:30 – 2:30pm)

Peter Thompson will be presenting on Textile Product Stewardship, our wider work and UsedFULLY’s Resource Management Platform.

Tech week: Growing Plenty in the Bay

18 May 2022 (5:15pm)

Deborah Crowe will be speaking about the essential kit bag required for the entrepreneurial journey in a tech start up

Tech week: Dream it. Build it. Share it.

16 May 2022 (10am)

Deborah Crowe will be speaking about advances made in 3D printing, sustainability in production, and how video games have contributed to the rise in global communication, cooperation, and learning.

Irish Business Network

12 May 2022 (12pm)

Bernadette will be speaking at the Irish Business Network about UsedFULLY’s work leading New Zealand’s textile and clothing industry transition to a low emissions circular economy.

Taking Responsibility: Product Stewardship

22 Apr 2022 (12pm)

Bernadette Casey, will be discussing the final stage of the Textile Product Stewardship Project and taking responsibility for our clothing and textiles in Aotearoa.

Textile Product Stewardship Launch

5 Apr 2022 (2pm)

Join a stellar lineup of textile experts from UsedFULLY, Product Stewardship specialists, and Circular Economy leaders – learn how your organisation can play its part, decarbonising operations through your textile resources.

Tex-ed: Microplastics

3 Nov 2021 (2pm)

Join our panelists of experts: Marc Gaugler and Jamie Bridson from Scion, Jennifer Trittschuh from Fisher and Paykel and Vanessa Crowe from the Environmental Protection Authority, as we discuss this complex problem and share new insights.

In Conversation with Bernadette Casey

1 Sep 2021 (5:30pm)

Co-founder, Bernadette Casey, speaks with some of her favourite fashion activists about NZs circular economy for fashion & textiles and how it is necessary to move to systems change if we are going to meet our climate targets.