Transparent Tour

Transparent Tour

How can a brand communicate their sustainability performance in a transparent and easy to understand way? What is transparency based on? One way to get to know more about these complex questions is to visit the Greenroom Voice-exhibition at the OutDoor-fair in Friedrichshafen. There, eighteen brands will present themselves in poster format, to explain what transparency and traceability means to them. Furthermore, the brands and Anna Rodewald from Greenroom Voice will give a daily guided tour, and explain even more. Suston Magazine is a media partner of Greenroom Voice and will also be there from time to time. Drop by!
Greenroom Voice, Foyer East, OutDoor
Guided Transparency Tour every day at 11:00

Gabriel Arthur
gabriel.arthur@norragency.com


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