PROTECT YOUR BRAND
Fashion Clothing & Textiles form the 2nd most polluting Industries on the planet, which creates pressure and the opportunity for change. Facing ever increasing legislation, social media exposure and consumer demands, and environmental social and ethical issues are some of the key concern for brands.
The 17 UN SDG's Sustainable Development Goals, are touch on everything from Ethical Procurement to Protecting Workers Rights and the Circular Economy. The upside of this increased challenge is definitely opportunity, improvement in life quality, health of the planet, and the bonus is that taking action can expand and open up whole new markets.
Learn how to Protect your Brand from damage on social media and how to implement best practice as soon as possible. It's of paramount importance for the survival of your brand to prevent future legal problems and being called out for negligence or financially penalised for compliance failure for the the reputation of the industry, our future and sake of the planet.
From Carbon Zero 2030, Campaigns such as "OXFAM What She Makes", or the BWA "Behind The Barcode," ILO "Call to Action," Transparency and Traceability and the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2018, makes compliance key and corporate responsibility crucial.
OPEN NEW MARKETS
Taking action by committing to responsible sourcing, making better fabric choices, inclusive and adaptive design, environmental policy, animal welfare, social & ethical policies all combine to make impact on the new "conscious consumer" market for your brand.
Millennials are more committed to implementing Sustainable Development Goals, including equality, climate change and have unique consumption trends that make SDGs goals more attainable. Respondents questioned about the likelihood of purchasing apparel from Organic Cotton agreed that organic farming is good for the environment.
Example: organic cotton apparel supports organic farming is another way to market the environmental benefits of purchasing organic cotton apparel.
Sustainable Product Design, Responsible Sourcing, Carbon Footprint, End of Life Policies such as Take Back Schemes, Pre-Loved Garments and Up-cycled Collections are vital commitments for the Future of Fashion.
How aiming to fulfil UN Sustainable Development Goals makes helps your company ease into doing business for the future. Create a new reality for your company by following a clear Sustainability Roadmap Conscious Marketing plan, Carbon Footprint Calculations and more.
Achieve Carbon Zero 2030 with New Technological Solutions; Take a fresh approach to Design and Production, through Action. Clean up your Environment, Recycle to Reduce Fashion Pollution, Invest in Circular Design, Educate Employees, Suppliers and Consumers to fast forward all areas of Sustainable Fashion Towards Zero Waste.
Building Community through alignment with Brand values and Social Enterprise.
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