LEGO Group tackling sustainability on an industry panel

Two LEGO Group employees are speaking on panels at the Sustainability in Licensing Conference 2021 next week.

The digital event will take place online on 24 and 25 June, inviting industry leaders from all over the world to speak to an audience of over 500 people and broadcasting from corporate facilities in the UK.

The LEGO Group joined the line-up last year and will do the same this year, with Michael Thejl Nielsen, Business Development Director, and Sine Klitgaard Møller, Licensing Sustainability Transformation Lead in attendance.

Topics of discussion include what business can do to encourage sustainable policies, how to work with government legislation, and the future of sustainable supply chains. As one of the world’s leading toymakers, the LEGO Group is there to offer insight on as a global corporation grappling with plastic waste production and other sustainability issues.

The LEGO Group has a history of seeking out sustainable practices, such as the recent sustainability drive in Poland and investment plans targeted at plastic waste.

The Sustainability in Licensing Conference 2021 is targeted towards professionals and business owners. Attendees can buy tickets from the official website and give people full access to the event for the time it’s on, as well as on-demand access for a month afterwards as well.

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Rachael Davies

I am a freelance journalist based in Edinburgh, writing about all things nerdy, from Star Wars and Marvel through to LEGO flowers and Gundam. When I’m not writing, you’ll likely find me trying to stop my two pet rabbits from chewing everything I own, meaning I essentially work two full-time jobs at once.

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