Showcase your initiatives
The Sustainability Trail highlights brands and suppliers striving to do their part to ensure a more sustainable and ethical future for all. From sourcing materials and manufacturing to the final product and packaging, we recognise that brands and suppliers are shifting their focus, and we want to celebrate and highlight these brands.
To take part, it starts within the Exhibitor Zone, where exhibitors can fill out their sustainable actions - Environment, Ethical, Material and Packaging, plus add images and background history. This then becomes part of the exhibitor profile and a dedicated digital trail at the show where buyers can browse and find out more all in one place.
Sustainability Trail Icons
Environment Icon: Act in the interests of protecting the natural world.
Ethical Icon: Demonstrate respect for its employees and uphold a system of moral principles.
Material Icon: Use sustainable and biodegradable materials as much as possible.
Packaging Icon: Use reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging which results in improved sustainability.
Our cards are on a mission to save the planet! 1 tree planted per card + a seed token inside which can be planted to grow beautiful bee-friendly flowers. 'Eco' is now mainstream and we are filling thi ...
A&EM Home Painting Design is a well-established, now based in Vietnam who to dekiver quality professional services in projets ranging from residential to commercail fields. our company brings toghethe ...
Airpure International are a unique, fully Vegan and Cruelty-Free Air-Care specialist. With brands sold in over 39 countries you can count on their expertise to manage the entire fragrance portfolio. L ...
The ethos of Arts Star Cards is to celebrate great art, design and literature. Arts Star Cards understand design and are setting trends with their beautiful original imagery. If you’re looking for car ...
ashortwalk are a Cornwall based product design team specialising in unique design led products for the home, garden or business made from recycled materials. Started in 2003 by Dan Dicker, a former Dy ...