In today’s commercial spaces, beauty alone is not enough. Facility managers demand carpet that is high-performance that is also environmentally sustainable. And it all starts with the carpet fiber. Learn about a new fiber choice that provides a winning combination of beauty AND performance in one sustainable solution.
After viewing this webinar, attendees will learn:
- About a new choice in carpet fiber: DuPont™ Sorona®, the most revolutionary material to hit the industry in 60 years.
- Sustainability considerations as it applies to commercial carpet and how Sorona® fiber stacks up.
- How permanent, natural stain protection that won’t wash and wear off and superior durability provide a carpet that exceeds yesterday’s performance.
- The unlimited design possibilities and lasting beauty of carpets made with Sorona®.
What new knowledge or skill will participants gain from this program?
Participants will learn about criteria one should consider when selecting a carpet fiber, and how Sorona®, the latest innovation in fiber from DuPont offers facilities managers a superior option that’s designed for performance AND derived from nature.
Business Development, DuPont™ Sorona® Commercial Carpet
Maya Sethuraman is a business development associate for Sorona®, the latest innovation from DuPont, a world leader in market-driven science. In this role, she collaborates with facilities managers, architects and designers to highlight the value, aesthetics and durability of commercial carpet made with Sorona®. Maya also works closely with carpet mills on product development, introduction and commercialization activities for Sorona®.
Maya has been with DuPont in various business, marketing and technology roles for 18 years, with the last five years focused on the development of bio-based materials for greater sustainability. Her expertise in this area spans several industries including cosmetics, industrial products, paints, coatings, and carpet. She holds degrees in biochemistry, organic chemistry and marketing business administration from Pennsylvania State University, University of Delaware and Drexel University respectively.