Working together with the luxury brand, in 2012, we created, implemented and communicated ‘The Journey to Sustainable Luxury’ – Chopard’s long-term Sustainability Strategy.
Through our continued work with Chopard over the years, The Journey to Sustainable Luxury has delivered a comprehensive range of unique outcomes.
Chopard forged a philanthropic relationship with the Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM), providing social welfare, education and training to artisanal miners, whilst protecting natural resources and wildlife habitats in rural Colombia and Bolivia.
In 2014, Chopard made a commitment to 100% Fairmined Gold, which to this day continues to enhance customer engagement and sales in all key territories as well as engagement from key opinion formers and celebrities.
In 2015 we created, launched and hosted “Chopard Eco-Age FuturesTM Roundtable” in order to bring together leading industry professionals to further build sustainable solutions in the jewellery and mining industry. This bespoke event first took place in Paris with Livia Firth, Caroline Scheufele and Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, President International, New York Times Company. The second roundtable, in 2016, was on the first day of the International New York Times Luxury Conference in Versailles.