Make up the Future with Quantis

10 NOVEMBER 2020 | 10:00 - 10:30 (HKT/UTC+8)





Sustainability: How science-based actions can positively change the beauty industry’s image & its impact. 
Climate change, shifting lifestyles and stakeholder expectations around sustainability will define beauty for the next decade. Is your beauty business ready? 

Join Quantis to hear concrete examples of science-driven business model transformation and learn how to leverage insights from Quantis’ Cosmetics Sustainability Report: Make Up the Future. 

We will explore the urgent science-based actions brands can take to build business resilience, delve into the 1st estimates of the beauty industry’s environmental footprint and highlight where industry-wide collaboration is needed to create a positive and sustainable future for beauty and personal care.



Event Partner:



Speaker Profile




Dimitri Caudrelier



Dimitri Caudrelier guides top companies in their transformation to become sustainable businesses. Dimitri is the CEO of Quantis, a leading sustainability consulting firm known for its science-driven approach for developing innovative sustainability strategies and solutions. 
Active in environmental sustainability since 2008, Dimitri specializes in sustainability strategy, innovation, ecodesign and environmental assessments. He has advised numerous top businesses on their environmental strategies, including L'Oréal, Coty, Chanel, The Estée Lauder Companies, Danone, Remy Cointreau, AccorHotels, Nestlé, Eurazeo, Sycomore, IFF, Firmenich, Pernod Ricard, Sanofi, Savencia and Veolia. 
He facilitates the Sustainable Packaging Initiative for Cosmetics (SPICE), a multi-stakeholder group co-founded by Quantis and L’Oréal uniting 25 cosmetics organizations to shape the future of sustainable packaging in the beauty industry. 
Dimitri is driven by a vision to connect problems with solutions and design a new world where businesses operate within the planet’s boundaries while elevating society’s foundation. 
An avid sailor, Dimitri led an expedition around the world, interviewing innovative companies in sustainability, co-authoring the book "100 pioneers for the planet" published by JC.Lattès. Dimitri is an engineering graduate of the Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with a specialization in environmental studies, and he holds an Executive MBA from ESSEC Business School.