Premiere Vision403131956

Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès

59 quai Rambaud 69002 Lyon

Indice de confiance

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Chiffre d'affaires 2018

60,5 M€

Président du directoire

Philippe

P.

Effectif 2018

40

Ancienneté

24 ans

Indicateurs

À propos

Première Vision: Anticipating and meeting the needs of the creative Fashion IndustrySource : Facebook

Welcome to #PremiereVision international #sourcing events for #fashion professionals looking for #yarns #fabrics #leather #designs #accessories #manufacturingSource : Twitter

INTERNATIONAL FASHION TRADE SHOWS by us & by Instagramers! Share your pics using #premierevisionSource : Instagram

Première Vision SA is a French company that has been organising textile and fashion trade fairs since 1973.
Initially local, the company skilfully evolved to acquire first a national then an international dimension.

The relevance of its strategic choices, and the quality of its services, have earned it global recognition.Source : Youtube

Premier salon mondial de l'habillementSource : Site web

Organisation et exploitation de salons et expositions professionnels consacrés à la présentation de tissus, fils et fibres et dessins textiles. Toutes études, analyses, prescriptions, orientations et actions de communication dans le domaine de la mode, des tissus, des fils et fibres et dessins textiles.Source : BODACC

La société Premiere Vision a été créée en 1995. En ce moment Philippe P. est le Président du directoire de la structure depuis 2019. Cette société a pour numéro de TVA : FR74403131956. L'entreprise Premiere Vision a un indice de confiance de 95 sur 100, cet indice est établi grâce à de nombreux paramètres. Pendant l'année 2018, il y avait 40 salariés à l'intérieur de cette entreprise. Le SIREN correspondant à cette société est le numéro 403131956. La structure dénommée Premiere Vision a pour activité l'organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès. L'adresse de la société est située dans la ville de Lyon. Cette structure possède 32 marques déposées, les dernières en date sont PREMIERE VISION, MADE IN FRANCE BY FATEX et DENIM. Cette structure est relativement présente sur divers réseaux sociaux notamment Facebook et Twitter. Vous pouvez identifier la page Facebook de cette structure sous l'appellation de premierevisionshows et sur Twitter sous l'appellation de premierevision. Une entreprise assez dynamique sur les réseaux, elle compte 6752 followers sur son compte Twitter et 80988 likes du côté de sa page Facebook.

Fiche d'identité

  1. Type Société anonyme à directoire (SA)
  2. Date de création 14/12/1995
  3. Effectif 40 (2018)
  4. Capital social 10050352€ (Source RCS)
  5. Chiffre d'affaires 60,5 M€ (2018)
  6. TVA intercommunautaire FR74403131956
  7. Numéro de SIREN 403131956
  8. Code NAF Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)
  9. Statut SIRENE Active
  10. Statut RCS Immatriculée (21/12/1995)

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Dirigeants Premiere Vision (19)

Âge moyen des dirigeants

59 ANS

Durée moyenne de mandat

11 MOIS

Parité

7%93%
  • Philippe P.

    Président du directoire

    2019 - Présent

    En poste

    @ PRO

  • Chantal M.

    Membre du directoire

    2019 - Présent

    En poste

    @ PRO

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Chiffre d'affaires, bilans Premiere Vision (3)

Durée de l'exercice comptable : 12 mois

Comptes incomplets selon l'INPI

Chiffre d'affaires

60,5 M€

2,2 %

Résultat net

7,6 M€

-5,6 %

Capacité d'autofinancement

8,3 M€

1,2 %

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Chiffres clés

Chiffre d'affaires

60,5 M€

2,2 %

Le chiffre d'affaires de cet exercice est proche du précédent.

Résultat net

7,6 M€

-5,6 %

Capacité d'autofinancement

8,3 M€

1,2 %

La CAF est à un niveau convenable étant donné le chiffre d'affaires.

Taille du bilan

81,6 M€

10 %

Fonds propres

40,8 M€

5,9 %

Cette entreprise présente des fonds propres nettement supérieurs à la plupart des entreprises à chiffre d'affaires égal.

Trésorerie nette

18,1 M€

14,3 %

Cette entreprise dégage un fonds de roulement positif tout en bénéficiant d'un besoin en fonds de roulement négatif, d'où une trésorerie solide.

Ratios financiers

Rendement des fonds propres

35,3 %

-5,9 %

Cette entreprise réalise un bénéfice avant éléments exceptionnels et impôts sur les sociétés et a des fonds propres positifs ; ce chiffre peut donc être interprété comme un rendement du capital investi.

Equilibre financier

115,6 %

Autonomie financière

50,1 %

-3,7 %

Les fonds propres dépassent la moitié du passif de l'entreprise, ce qui lui apporte de la robustesse.

Liquidité générale

2,4

-25,3 %

Délai moyen clients

59 jours

À la date d'arrêté des comptes, les créances clients représentent moins de 2 mois de chiffre d'affaires ; cela procède probablement de délais de paiement conformes à la loi.

Délai moyen fournisseurs

68 jours

106,1 %

À la date d'arrêté des comptes, les dettes envers les fournisseurs représentent entre 2 et 3 mois d'achats, ce qui est plus que ce qui est prévu par la loi (si c'est représentatif des délais de paiement), mais reste acceptable.

Score financier

PRO

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Liens capitalistiques

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Contentieux Premiere Vision (3)

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Annonces légales (27)

  • Modification

    28 nov. 2019

    PREMIERE VISION a renouvelé tout ou partie de ses dirigeants ou de son administration. Celle-ci devient :
    BOEL Eric Attale Claude nom d'usage : BOEL n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance. BALAS Olivier Daniel nom d'usage : BALAS devient membre du conseil de surveillance.

  • Modification

    25 avr. 2019

    PREMIERE VISION a renouvelé tout ou partie de ses dirigeants ou de son administration. Celle-ci devient :
    OLEARO Guglielmo nom d'usage : OLEARO devient membre du directoire.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    24 mars 2019

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2018, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Modification

    6 janv. 2019

    PREMIERE VISION a renouvelé tout ou partie de ses dirigeants ou de son administration. Celle-ci devient :
    GINON Olivier nom d'usage : GINON n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance. FOURNIER Olivier nom d'usage : FOURNIER n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance.

  • Modification

    6 janv. 2019

    PREMIERE VISION a renouvelé tout ou partie de ses dirigeants ou de son administration. Celle-ci devient :
    GINON Olivier nom d'usage : GINON n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance. FOURNIER Olivier nom d'usage : FOURNIER n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    22 mars 2018

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2017, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    9 sept. 2017

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2016, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Modification

    21 juil. 2017

    PREMIERE VISION a révisé son activité, qui est désormais définie comme suit:
    Organisation et exploitation de salons et expositions professionnels consacrés à la présentation de tissus, fils et fibres et dessins textiles. Toutes études, analyses, prescriptions, orientations et actions de communication dans le domaine de la mode, des tissus, des fils et fibres et dessins textiles.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    3 mai 2016

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2015, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Modification

    30 avr. 2016

    PREMIERE VISION a renouvelé tout ou partie de ses dirigeants ou de son administration. Celle-ci devient :
    DUBLY Arnaud nom d'usage : DUBLY n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance. BRUNEL Michel nom d'usage : BRUNEL n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance. DE FRANCE Henri nom d'usage : DE FRANCE n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance. HUE Stéphane nom d'usage : HUE n'est plus membre du conseil de surveillance. GIRAUD Grégoire Michel Marie Gérard nom d'usage : GIRAUD devient membre du conseil de surveillance. DUTEL Jacques nom d'usage : DUTEL devient membre du conseil de surveillance. BOEL Eric Attale Claude nom d'usage : BOEL devient membre du conseil de surveillance. BONNEVILLE Eric nom d'usage : BONNEVILLE devient membre du conseil de surveillance..

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Marques déposées (32)

  • PREMIERE VISION

    21 mars 1988

    21 mars 2028

    Marque renouvelée

    MADE IN FRANCE BY FATEX

    7 janv. 2008

    7 janv. 2028

    Marque renouvelée

    DENIM

    18 juin 2007

    18 juin 2027

    Marque renouvelée

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  • BE INSPIRED

    29 nov. 2006

    29 nov. 2026

    Marque renouvelée

    BLOSSOM

    12 févr. 2016

    12 févr. 2026

    Marque enregistrée

    PREMIERE VISION

    16 nov. 1995

    16 nov. 2025

    Marque renouvelée

  • TISSU PREMIER PREMIEREVISION

    6 nov. 2015

    6 nov. 2025

    Marque enregistrée

    (Marque figurative)

    28 juin 2005

    28 juin 2025

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    28 juin 2005

    28 juin 2025

    Marque renouvelée

  • (Marque figurative)

    28 juin 2005

    28 juin 2025

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    28 juin 2005

    28 juin 2025

    Marque renouvelée

    INDIGO

    3 mai 1985

    3 mai 2025

    Marque renouvelée

  • PREMIERE VISION SMART CREATION

    29 avr. 2015

    29 avr. 2025

    Marque enregistrée

    UPPER JEANSWEAR

    1 avr. 2015

    1 avr. 2025

    Marque enregistrée

    THE SOURCING CONNECTION

    16 mars 2015

    16 mars 2025

    Marque enregistrée

  • EXPOFIL

    15 mars 1993

    15 mars 2023

    Marque renouvelée

    PREMiÈREViSiON

    30 oct. 2002

    30 oct. 2022

    Marque renouvelée

    PROVOCATEUR DE RENCONTRES

    15 juil. 2002

    15 juil. 2022

    Marque renouvelée

  • (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

  • (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

  • (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

  • (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    (Marque figurative)

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

  • CODES PERFORMANCES

    1 mars 2001

    1 mars 2021

    Marque renouvelée

    EXPOFIL

    23 août 2000

    23 août 2020

    Marque renouvelée

Répartition par classe des marques

Classe principale

La catégorie la plus utilisée est la classe 42, à savoir "Recherches scientifiques et techniques, services liés aux logiciels".

ClassesNb de marques
42 24
25 17
24 17
35 14
18 13

Adresses Premiere Vision (2)

  • Siret : 40313195600068 (siège social)

    Actif

    59 quai Rambaud 69002 Lyon

    Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)

    1 janv. 2014

    20 à 49

    Siret : 40313195600076

    Actif

    24 rue Saint Victor 75005 Paris

    Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)

    1 mars 2014

    20 à 49

  • Siret : 40313195600050

    Fermé

    7 rue du Pasteur Wagner 75011 Paris

    Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)

    1 mars 2005

    1 mars 2014

    Siret : 40313195600043

    Fermé

    37 rue de Neuilly (37 a 39) 92110 Clichy

    28 févr. 2004

    1 mars 2005

  • Siret : 40313195600035

    Fermé

    8 rue Saint Nicolas (8-10-12) 75012 Paris

    1 juil. 2000

    1 mars 2005

    Siret : 40313195600027

    Fermé

    55 bis rue de Lyon (55-55Bis) 75012 Paris

    1 mai 1996

    1 juil. 2000

  • Siret : 40313195600019

    Fermé

    20 boulevard Eugene Deruelle (le Britannia a) 69003 Lyon

    Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)

    14 déc. 1995

    1 janv. 2014

Réseaux sociaux Premiere Vision (4)

Vidéos Premiere Vision (50)

  • Highlights Sept. 19

    7 juin 2019

  • Marketplace - How does it work

    28 mars 2019

  • Première Vision Paris

    11 oct. 2018

  • Best survey results Spring Summer 19

    12 mars 2018

    An overview of top picks by international fashion brands at the February 18 Première Vision Fabrics show reveals leading fabric and colour trends for Spring Summer 19.

  • ITW - CONFLUX

    8 mars 2018

    Première Vision Paris Février 2018 Interview Cezar Andrei Babii - CONFLUX exhibitor PV Manufacturing

  • Première Vision New York: SS20 Smart Creation

    4 févr. 2019

    During the January 2019 show, Première Vision presented the Smart Creation Area: innovative eco-friendly garments, the latest sustainable innovations in terms of fabrics and accessories, and conferences, talks and seminars on the future of fashion.

  • DR. MARTENS / EUGENE RICONNEAUS

    27 mars 2018

  • interview - PASCAL MORAND

    22 mars 2018

  • Première Vision New York: SS20 Season Best of

    4 févr. 2019

    Throwback to the Première Vision New York January edition, that presented the SS20 season.

  • PV MAISONS EXCEPTIONS Aurelia Leblanc

    7 mai 2019

  • Webseries Tricolor: immersion in the French wool sectors

    21 janv. 2019

    For the 2019 edition, Made in France Première Vision invites you to explore the French wool sectors. This is the original Tricolor initiative

  • PV 2018 MAISON D'EXCEPTIONS VILLAGE EMBASSY

    27 mars 2018

  • ITW - MIDAS TEKSTIL

    8 mars 2018

    Première Vision Paris Février 2018 Interview Batuhan Balkan - MIDAS TEKSTIL exhibitor PV Yarns

  • Première Vision New York: Made in USA for the SS20 Season

    4 févr. 2019

    Take a look at the local offer that was present on the Première Vision New York January 2019 show. Local manufacturing and savoir-faire, and how it benefits local brands, explained by our Brand Ambassador Ramon Martin.

  • Première Vision New York A°19 W°20 edition

    27 juil. 2018

  • première Vision New Yor - July 2018 - The Smart Square

    29 août 2018

  • PV 2018 MAISON D'EXCEPTIONS LAURENTINE PERILHOU

    27 mars 2018

  • Première Vision New York - July 2018 - The A°19 W°20 Trends area

    29 août 2018

  • ITW with Ramon Martin, new Brand Ambassador

    29 nov. 2018

    Meet Ramon Martin, co-creator of TOME, a New York City based brand. He is the January 2019 Brand Ambassador for Première Vision New York

  • Première Vision New York - July 2018 - Made in USA by CFDA

    29 août 2018

  • GALLIERA/Margiela

    27 mars 2018

  • Première Vision Istanbul - Open Fashion Studio

    25 oct. 2018

    3 days of intense competition between students from Marmara University and Okan University to make the best sustainable bomber jacket. A°19 W°20

  • Trois ateliers autour des métiers de la confection

    26 mars 2018

    Les diverses formes de la transmission autour de trois ateliers des métiers de la confection, du tissage et de la cordonnerie.

  • PV 2018 MAISON D'EXCEPTIONS RICAMI LAURA

    27 mars 2018

  • PV LEATHER Italian Converter

    22 mai 2019

  • Première Vision Istanbul - A°19 W°20 Season

    25 oct. 2018

    See the best moments of the Première Vision Istanbul October 2018 edition.

  • TEIJIN F SOLOTEX

    23 mai 2019

  • Webseries TRICOLOR - Episode 1: on the thread of the spinning

    21 janv. 2019

    Meet the actors of the French wool industry. Open the doors of their industries and listen to the testimonies of particularly committed personalities. – Benoît de la Larouzière / Filature Fonty, Le Rougnat (23) – Eric Gunzlé / Filatures du Parc, Brassac (81) – Philippe Lauber / Ets Lucien Albouy & Cie, Castres (81) – Jean-Pierre Romiguier / Le Sac du Berger, Layrolle (12)

  • Première Vision Istanbul - Istanbul Modern Workshops

    25 oct. 2018

    We had the pleasure of working with the Istanbul Modern to offer our visitors unique workshops to develop their creativity and do a little DIY

  • Les Compagnons du Devoir - GERALD THIBAUD

    26 mars 2018

    Les Compagnons du Devoir, la transmission du métier

  • video per fiera 2019

    28 janv. 2019

  • PV 2018 MAISON D'EXCEPTIONS VILLAGE EMBASSY crop

    27 mars 2018

  • Première Vision Istanbul - Let's Talk About Fashion

    25 oct. 2018

    Discovering the latest season with our Première Vision fashion expert - An in-depth analysis of the trends, and a highlight of the exhibitors' best creations

  • Trans-faire - CHRISTINE CONTANT

    26 mars 2018

    Trans-faire, des formations sur mesure pour la filière confection

  • UPC CAC JACQUART 60s

    24 janv. 2019

  • Fabrica Tessuti

    18 avr. 2019

  • TORAY

    5 juil. 2019

  • #03 - Flavio Berto - CEO - Berto

    12 juin 2019

    For this third episode we are meeting with Flavio Berto, he is the CEO of Berto, a manufacture based in Italy and specialized in Denim. Berto Industria Tessile was founded in 1887 in Bovolenta, a small town in the province of Padova, through the entrepreneurship of the two founding brothers: Giuseppe and Egidio Berto. Their bond with this territory is very strong: the Berto company production is here in Bovolenta. From the beginning, without compromise.Since their first production of fabric for the sails of nearby Venice, the company has been able to travel in many sectors, conquering them with its modern artisanship: we’re talking about the work-clothes market, fabrics for the home, about the production of shirts all the way to the production of Denim. Berto has thus become a company with a wide selection, expression of a deep attachment to product culture, and with a production flexibility which guarantees unique and highly customized products.The passing of time has always been parallel to the movement of their experiences, innovations, research and ability to follow the evolution of the market. The future of taste, style, desires. Always anticipating, never waiting. Time, in Berto, is like this: a precious value that brings together culture and vision. Exactly like when one “listens” to the fabric through the touch of a hand.CONTENT & FINDING YOUR WAY IN THE EPISODE 00:50 Flavio presents himself and the company01:30 Flavio explains what is Denim02:15 Where does Berto source its raw material02:45 Flavio definition for sustainable fashion03:20 The difference between conventional and sustainable products06:00 Number of people working at Berto, outsourcing policy07:00 The different steps is the manufacturing process, the difference between natural and chemical dying process10:00 Denim consumes a lot of water, what is the reality?12:00 The share of recycled coton in Berto production13:40 The feeling and the aspect differences between recycled and virgin coton14:30 The product Berto is presenting at Denim Première Vision16:30 What makes Berto stand out of the others18:00 What is Flavio's favorite product at Berto18:20 How can the fashion industrie can accelerate it’s sustainable revolution QUOTE" The labor is not the labor for us, for me the labor is my family because it is a 4th generation company, in a small village, so all the people that are working with me are living 20 km from the company. There is workers, their grand grand fathers were working with my grand grand father. So I cannot do anything unsafe for them." TO SUPPORT SMART CREATION, THE PODCAST🙏 Don’t forget to share and discuss the podcast with your friends and colleagues - it’s easy and it helps the podcast a lot. Please rate it 5 stars and leave us a comment on Apple Podcast.To learn more about Smart Creation and Première Vision 👉 https://www.premierevision.com/fr/

  • #01 Ricardo Silva - Tintex Textiles - Head of Operations 🌱

    15 mai 2019

    For this very first episode we are meeting with Ricardo Silva from Tintex.TINTEX was founded in 1998, in Portugal's creative Porto region, in Europe. Its journey began with the development of high-quality jersey fabrics produced from natural and responsible fibres, using the latest, high-tech and most sustainable dyeing and finishing processes, its core expertise. This reinforces the company's forward-looking vision to better supply the contemporary fashion, sport and lingerie markets.CONTENT & FINDING YOUR WAY IN THE EPISODE  01:00 Ricardo introduces himself and Tintex02:00 According to Ricardo what does it mean sustainable fashion02:40 The difference between conventional product and sustainable product05:15 What Tintex will be presenting during Paris Première Vision show next September07:15 What is a sustainable product according to Ricardo07:50 What makes Tintex stand out of the others, what is Ricardo favorite product09:20 Tintex range and size of clients, what is a great project for Tintex13:30 How can the fashion industrie accelerate its sustainable revolution15:30 When and why Tintex decided to focus on a sustainable strategy17:30 Certifications: what it takes, what it cost, what is the commitment for Tintex20:00 What have been the biggest obstacle to implement the sustainable strategy22:20 KPIs for environmental and social impact at Tintex, transparency when it comes to sharing KPIs27:00 What is Ricardo most proud of, what does he want to close the door on 28:25 What industrie does he look at to get inspired29:00 What is the last branded item he purchased30:00 The next guest he would like to listen to in the podcast TO SUPPORT SMART CREATION, THE PODCAST: 🙏 Don’t forget to share and discuss the podcast with your friends and colleagues - it’s easy and it helps the podcast a lot. Please rate it 5 stars and leave us a comment on Apple Podcast.  To learn more about Smart Creation and Première Vision 👉 https://www.premierevision.com/fr/Stay tuned, next episode Wednesday 29th of May!

  • #06 Andreas Andrén - COO of We aRe Spin Dye® (Recycled polyester) 🌱

    24 juil. 2019

    We aRe Spin Dye® is a Swedish fashion tech company that has developed a sustainable coloring method for synthetic textiles which reduces the environmental impact compared to the traditional dyeing process. The company was founded by Martin Berling in 2014. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, We are Spindye has since it hit the market had colabs with brands such as Quiksilver, Peak Performance, Bergans of Norway, Roxy and Fjällräven.CONTENT & TO FIND YOUR WAY IN THE EPISODE 00:50 Andreas presents himself and We aRe Spin Dye® 01:50 What does sustainable fashion means according to Andreas03:35 What has been the eureka moment in Andreas' life 05:11 What is the difference between conventional and recycled polyester 10:00 What We aRe Spin Dye® will be presenting at PV next September11:00 Andreas' favorite products and the process from the pet bottle to the recycled fiber 13:00 How does he make sure his partners are respectful of the environment 15:00 How to communicate the sustainability effort to the final customer 19:00 Exemple of collaboration with clients 20:30 The future of We aRe Spin Dye® 22:00 How does We aRe Spin Dye®  improve circularity 23:30 What are the best sustainable exemples on the market 25:00 What does Andreas want to close the door to26:00 What does he looks at to get inspired 27:30 How can the fashion industry can make sustainable a more attractive message28:20 The last piece of clothing Andreas boughtKEYLEARNING « Sustainable fashion is about business model with the least possible impact join with as little interference with creativity. » TO SUPPORT SMART CREATION, THE PODCAST 🙏 Don’t forget to share and talk about the podcast to your friends and colleagues, it’s easy and it helps the podcast a lot, and please rate it 5 stars and leave us a comment on Apple Podcast. To know more about Smart Creation and Première Vision 👉 https://www.premierevision.com/fr/

  • Atelier du Haut-Anjou - ANNE CORBiIERE

    26 mars 2018

    Atelier du Haut-Anjou, l’enjeu du tissage

  • #02 Matteo Mantellassi - Manteco - CEO

    29 mai 2019

    For this second episode we are meeting with Matteo Mantellassi, he is the CEO of MANTECO.In 1943 Manteco opens in Prato, thanks to the intuition of Enzo Mantellassi , who begins production for outerwear.In 1967 Enzo’s son Franco Mantellassi assumes command of the Company. Franco enables Manteco to grow, while becoming an example of responsibility, innovation and sustainability. Today Franco has been joined by his sons Marco and Matteo, interpreters of a new story, which is based on a unique know how, an archive of 40,000 prototypes, with a capacity of production of more than 7 million meters of fabric per year.Manteco has always remained faithful to the Made in Italy tradition, refusing to relocate production to countries where the cost of labor is lower. A choice that has allowed to maintain high quality production and attention to details, ensuring an excellent service for the customers. The Manteco fabrics encloses the right balance between craftsmanship and industrialization, thanks to the experience and tradition applied to cutting-edge technology.Today Manteco exports to over 30 countries worldwide and counts among its main customers the most important fashion brands on an international scale, together with which it guarantees a sustainable and controlled development of the sector. The export activity of the fabrics is supported by a Customer Service attentive to the needs of the market.CONTENT & FINDING YOUR WAY IN THE EPISODE 01:00 Matteo presents himself and introduces Manteco01:30 What is sustainable fashion according to Matteo02:00 What is the difference between conventional and recycled products technicaly04:00 What is the difference between virgin and recycled wool in term of customer experience06:00 What are the other products Manteco is manufacturing08:30 Products Manteco will be presenting at Première Vision trade show next September11:30 Where does Manteco source its row material12:40 What are the environmental impact KPI they are looking at16:30 What makes Manteco stand out of the crowd17:20 What is Matteo favorite product19:15 Where does the fashion revolution should come from21:20 What are Manteco biggest challenges for the future22:40 What does the block chain is going to change in the manufacturing process23:00 What does he want to close the door in the industry, where does he looks to get inspired24:15 Who Matteo would love to listen to in this podcastTO SUPPORT SMART CREATION, THE PODCAST🙏 Don’t forget to share and discuss the podcast with your friends and colleagues - it’s easy and it helps the podcast a lot. Please rate it 5 stars and leave us a comment on Apple Podcast.To learn more about Smart Creation and Première Vision 👉 https://www.premierevision.com/fr/

  • #07 Monique Maissan - Founder of Waste2Wear (Recycled Polyester from PET bottles) ) 🌱

    21 août 2019

    This week we are meeting with Monique Maissan, she is the founder of Waste2Wear and a textile Engineer passionate to make beautiful textile products, and in particular high-quality garments. She was however always troubled by the industry she was working in, due to its negative environmental impact and poor social compliance.When she came in contact, in 2008, with the initial invention of making fibers and thick yarns out of plastic bottles she thought: this is it! I have to work on this to turn round the textile industry.Through creating Waste2Wear the need of collaboration with not only players in the textile industry became obvious, and often very unexpected collaborations and partnerships were formed. In trying to create awareness and actively playing a roll in solving the problem, the purpose of Waste2Wear became more clear: It was meant to become a solution provider. Using Recycled Polyester as a tool to create partnerships, collaborations and finding solutions to solve the plastic pollution.CONTENT & TO FIND YOUR WAY IN THE EPISODE 00:50 Monique presents herself and Waste2Ware?01:30 What is sustainable fashion according to Monique?02:30 Her pathway in fashion and what brings her to sustainable fashion?04:00 How did she starts Waste2Ware?06:00 What is the process of manufacturing recycled polyester, does it include circularity? 09:42 What is recycled polyester and how much energy do you save when producing it ?12:00 What kind of product do you make with recycled polyester?14:00 What is a sustainable product after all? 15:50 What are the financial results of implementing a sustainable strategy?18:00 What has been the trigger of the sustainability awareness shift? 19:30 How can you convince people to go sustainable? 22:00 What are her biggest challenge other the next years?24:00 What is the reality of producing in China and in India in term ethics and sustainability? 26:00 What does the block chain is going to change in the process of manufacturing 27:00 What does she want to close the door to in our industry? 29:30 What does she look at to get inspired?30:30 What is the last piece of cloth she bought? And who she would like to listen to in this podcast? KEY LEARNINGSWhen you use existing PET (polyethylene terephthalate), you can save about 75% energy, 85% water, 70% of carbon footprint. This is the difference between virgin polyester and recycled polyester.Other the years, we, as a company we have recycled about 30 million of plastic bottle and we have saved 2,3 million kilo of carbon and 26 million litres of water and about 26mega heads of energy. TO SUPPORT SMART CREATION, THE PODCAST 🙏 Don’t forget to share and talk about the podcast to your friends and colleagues, it’s easy and it helps the podcast a lot, and please rate it 5 stars and leave us a comment on Apple Podcast. To know more about Smart Creation and Première Vision 👉 https://www.premierevision.com/fr/

  • #04 Michael Lam - CEO at Advanced Denim (Expert in Denim) 🌱

    25 juin 2019

    For this fourth episode we met with Michael Lam from Advanced Denim during Denim Premiere Vision trade show in Milan. Established in 1987, ADVANCE DENIM has been the first denim mill in China and one of the most innovative leader in the denim industry for over 30 years. CONTENT & TO FIND YOUR WAY IN THE EPISODE 00:50 Michael presents himself and Advanced Denim 01:50 What does sustainable fashion means according to Michael 03:30 What is the difference between sustainable and conventional fabric 05:20 What is the difference between natural and chemical dying process 06:20 The product sAdvanced Denim is presenting at Denim Première Vision 08:00 Does every products are sustainable at Advanced Denim 08:40 Can we feel the difference between recycled and virgin material, Michael favorite material 11:30 How can the fashion industrie accelerates its sustainable revolution14:48 What are the biggest challenges of Advanced Denim in the coming years 15:50 What are the results of Advanced Denim sustainable strategy 17:00 What does Advanced Denim outsource, how they make sure they respect human and nature 18:00 What does Michael want to close the door to19:15 What does he look at to get inspired 20:10 The last piece of clothing he bought QUOTE In sustainable fashion there is « sustainable » and « fashion » . It has to be on trend, with nice material. Sustainable concept cannot sale. It has to be combined together TO SUPPORT SMART CREATION, THE PODCAST 🙏 Don’t forget to share and talk about the podcast to your friends and colleagues, it’s easy and it helps the podcast a lot, and please rate it 5 stars and leave us a comment on Apple Podcast. To know more about Smart Creation and Première Vision 👉 https://www.premierevision.com/fr/

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  • #05 Nicolò Zumaglini - CEO at Lanificio Subalpino

    10 juil. 2019

    For this fifth episode of Smart Creation, we met with Nicolò Zumaglini, he is the CEO at Lanificio Subalpino. At Lanificio Subalpino, textile has been a family story since 1940. The generations have shared the same values and a deep sense of detail to realize unique creations. The members of the team are working all together to propose the best quality in terms of fabrics and new innovative designs as the ones they are presenting for the next season. They will have a new range of fabrics for jackets, pants, coats and accessories. Prince of Wales, tartan, stripes, check, micro – structures in wool, cotton, wool and linen, cotton and stretch fabrics will be used.Lanificio Subalpino is also proud to announce the development of Eco-Friendly fabrics with new interesting qualities! To get more before the show, check their website!CONTENT & TO FIND YOUR WAY IN THE EPISODE 01:00 Nicolò presents himself and Lanificio Subalpino01:12 What does it mean Sustainable Fashion according to Nicolò01:40 How long Lanificio Subalpino has been working a more sustainable way02:40 What does Lanificio Subalpino is manufacturing03:00 What is the difference between conventional and sustainable products04:20 What are the different step of the manufacturing process06:00 What does Lanificio Subalpino will be presenting at PV next September 08:10 What has been the results of their sustainable strategy 11:50 What are the savings they made thanks to their sustainable strategy12:20 Is the need for sustainable products is the same market by market14:20 How can the fashion industry accelerate its sustainable revolution16:00 What does Nicolò want to close the door to in our industrie16:30 What does he look at to get inspired when it comes to sustainability19:40 What is the last piece of clothing Nicolò bought21:40 Who he wants to listen to in the podcastQUOTE« I remember, when I was a little boy, working with my father and brother, the river was red, navy, yellow, it was terrible! Everything was going into the river. Now it is impossible, all the water used in the dying manufactures is recycled. » « I want to close the door to too much production, too much waste, too much chemical. » TO SUPPORT SMART CREATION, THE PODCAST 🙏 Don’t forget to share and talk about the podcast to your friends and colleagues, it’s easy and it helps the podcast a lot, and please rate it 5 stars and leave us a comment on Apple Podcast. To know more about Smart Creation and Première Vision 👉 https://www.premierevision.com/fr/

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  • #08 Deborah Berger - Deputy GM of Chargeurs Luxury Materials (Ethical and responsible merino wool)🌱

    4 sept. 2019

    This week we are meeting with Deborah Berger, she is deputy general manager of Chargeurs Luxury Materials, and in this episode we talking about Nativa Precious Fiber division, an ethical and responsible merino wool. Providing brands with a responsible and traceable fibre, whose production protocol is based on best market practices, is the commitment of Nativa Precious Fiber, a division of the Chargeur Luxury Materials group specialised in making merino wool. The fibre's production is organised around three primary pillars: the total absence of animal cruelty, with time and care devoted to the shearing of each animal the rational management of livestock pastures, with a principle of land rotation and a complete recycling plan for the water used in its factories and social responsibility towards its workers, from the farmers in South America and Oceania to their combing plant workers and manufacturers. Their protocol is regularly audited by a third party organisation, for an eco-responsible and flexible wool sector, which guarantees superlative quality to buyers of its yarns, fabrics and finished products. This luxurious and committed merino wool is yours to discover in the Smart Creation platform. CONTENT & TO FIND YOUR WAY IN THE EPISODE  00:50 Deborah presents herself and Nativa Precious Fiber01:30 What does sustainable fashion means according to Deborah02:00 When did Nativa Precious Fiber decided to move to sustainable way of doing02:52 What does it mean resecting animals and farmers, how you make sure it is always respected05:15 The different step of wool transformation05:50 The difference between their conventional and sustainable products06:30 What else to implement to reduce the impact on the environment?07:30 Are they working with recycled wool, the superwash new development to avoid chlorine 09:45 What Make Nativa Precious Fiber stand out of the others 11:30 What is the purpose of using block chain? 12:45 What have been the results of the sustainable strategy 13:45 What does it cost to increase the standard when you are a farmer 14:40 What are the brand they are working with? 15:40 What is the future of their sustainable strategy 16:30 What can we do to increase to increase the path of the sustainable revolution? 17:30 How can you communicate to your final customer that what you are doing is sustainable 19:45 What does she want to close the door to in our industrie 20:50 Where does she look at to get inspired22:00 Who she would like to listen to in this podcast?  KEYLEARNING  « For us sustainability is transparency and traceability. »  TO SUPPORT SMART CREATION, THE PODCAST  🙏 Don’t forget to share and talk about the podcast to your friends and colleagues, it’s easy and it helps the podcast a lot, and please rate it 5 stars and leave us a comment on Apple Podcast. To know more about Smart Creation and Première Vision 👉 https://www.premierevision.com/fr/

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