SUSTAINABILITY BOOTCAMP: Let's commit to a responsible supply chain

EUROSIMA invites you to another inspiring boot camp on Friday June 28 at The Roof climbing gym in Bayonne on the theme: " Let's commit to a responsible industry ".

By exploring the main issues facing our planet and our industries, we'll explore the basic concepts of sustainable development and help you build a strong vision and strategy.

You'll be able to exchange ideas and draw inspiration from entrepreneurs who, each at their own level, have implemented exemplary approaches in our industries and elsewhere.

A morning of awakening and awareness-raising for those who would like to go further in Corporate Social Responsibility and prepare for change now.


Program :

9:30 am - Welcome coffee

10:00 am - Introduction

10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Why should a company have a shared CSR vision and strategy? What benefits can you expect? What actions and best practices can a company implement as part of its CSR approach? How can CSR actions be monitored and measured? How far does corporate responsibility extend?


Round-table discussion led by Benoît Dandine of Positive Action, with committed entrepreneurs sharing their experiences of CSR.

12:30-14:00 - Network lunch



Thibault Liebenguth

The morning session will be led by Thibault Liebenguth, co-manager and consultant in strategy and responsible innovation at AIR coop. His agency is a European network of entrepreneurs who take great pleasure in making a positive contribution to the transformation of society. In particular, Thibault helps outdoor brands such as Millet, Picture and Lafuma to define their CSR vision and implement an associated action plan.


They talk about CSR:

Ludovic Quinault


Ludovic Quinault is Associate General Manager of SKFK. He joined the brand in 2011 to lead the company's transformation towards a sustainable model. The first fashion company in Spain to be Fairtrade® and GOTS certified, SKFK has been working for ten years on the transformation of its raw materials, eco-design and product end-of-life. In addition to impact reduction, the brand's CSR strategy focuses on new business models that respect the climate.

Former Director of Operations at Rip Curl Europe and Director of Cube Bikes France, Ludovic is also an organizational consultant for a number of international textile brands such as Lacoste, Oakley and Eider.

A globetrotter, he is very connected to nature through his love of board sports.


Clément Maulavé


Following a preparatory class and a business school, Clément Maulavé decided to take a closer look at the issues linked to technical textiles in the world of surfing and skiing. To do so, he took advantage of a gap year to follow a technical training course in Annecy, which he completed with over 6 months' experience in Bangalore, India, working in a garment workshop. In 2016, while still a student, he worked with his partner Mathieu on a project to create a textile brand whose clothes would be made from recycled materials. In early 2017, Hopaal was born. Once the economic viability of the project had been validated, the team was put together. The challenges for 2019 will be to keep up the pace of production, activate communication, deepen their approach and be ever more transparent about Hopaal's actions.


Pierre Philippe

Vignerons de Buzet

Pierre Philippe has been Managing Director of the Vignerons de Buzet cooperative since 2005, after a full career in the wine industry. Since his arrival, he has made sustainable development the driving force behind the cooperative's strategy, which is committed to economically viable viticulture that respects both Man and Nature. Les Vignerons de Buzet is renowned for its ten-year commitment to advanced environmental initiatives (integrated viticulture, ISO 14001, AGRI CONFIANCE standard, IFS, HVE, etc.) and its adoption of the ISO 26 000 standard for corporate social responsibility.


When? Friday, June 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Where? The Roof - Le Forum, 3 Place André Emlinger, 64100 Bayonne

How much does it cost? We offer 3 access modes:

  • EUROSIMA member: €50 incl. VAT per participant
  • EUROSIMA member: €200 incl. VAT per company
  • Non-member: €100 incl. VAT per participant


Registration: I want to take part in the CSR Boot Camp