Louise Graymore
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Louise Graymore joined Meaghan Curry's group


This is a group created in order to foster community spirit and development within those interested in furthering the ethical fashion movement and who realize, and are, harnessing the potential we all know Africa indeed has!See More
Jan 18, 2013
Louise Graymore joined ETICA + ELLA's group

Agents & Buyers

This groups is dedicated to all the Agents and Buyers who are interested in eco-friendly fashion.See More
Jan 18, 2013
Louise Graymore joined Liz Cooper's group

Sources of Funding

For sharing information on sources of funding for community projects, new businesses, training...even if you don't want to share all your funding secrets, you may come accross sources that aren't relevant to you and may be useful for others.See More
Jan 18, 2013
Louise Graymore joined Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear's group

eco friendly trading

A place for shared advice , trading and marketing .. of new products and fashion idea'sSee More
Jan 18, 2013
Louise Graymore joined Eco Fashion World's group

Internet Marketing, Ecommerce, and Your Website

Join this group to learn how to market your ethical fashion brand on the Internet. We are experts in ecommerce and web development- ask any related questions here. We also can give advice around outsourcing your web development ethically and cheaply.See More
Jan 18, 2013
Louise Graymore is now a member of Ethical Fashion SOURCE Network
Jan 11, 2013

Profile Information

Profession / role:
Company / organisation:
Kampala Fair
Website (if you have one):
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Business Owner
I am looking to discover or buy
International retail outlets and opportunities.
About me / About business or organisation:
Kampala Fair is a small owned business based in Uganda, East Africa, producing high quality apparel and home décor. We strongly believe that giving women the chance to work is more powerful than giving charity, and it’s this belief that drove us to establish Kampala Fair. At Kampala Fair, we empower women by providing fair paid, skilled jobs that mean they can support their families, educate their children and invest in their futures. Our mission is to grow a thriving and sustainable business that will provide more good employment opportunities to women in Uganda. But that’s not all that drives us: we want to design and make products that bring international appeal to the vibrant and colourful fabrics of Africa.

Kampala Fair employs 10 people and has built up a solid business in Uganda. We now want to employ more by growing an international market for our products.


http://issuu.com/kampalafair/docs/fair-wear / http://issuu.com/kampalafair/docs/kampalafair
Career history / Company history:
Two business partners founded Kampala Fair as a way of providing real jobs that would give people decent working conditions, skills, a sense of pride in their work and
the ability to give themselves and their families a secure future.

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