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Profession / role:
Founder and manager
Company / organisation:
NOGAYA
Website (if you have one):
www.nogaya.com
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Manufacturer
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sourcing coops and distributors
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NOGAYA is a social business that acts as a design and international marketing platform for women artisans groups around the world
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Medical profession and Social entrepreneur

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Searching for distributors in UK, Germany and Holland

Posted on April 29, 2010 at 11:56 0 Comments

Nogaya, a unique social enterprise, is launching sales in the UK, Germany and Holland in fair trade eco-homeware and accessories made by women cooperatives from around the world and wants to find distributors, fair trade savvy agents etc...

Please contact myriam@nogaya.com and get involved with a business where by selling you are doing what is right for the world and for yourself !…



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At 10:14 on May 8, 2010, Praveen Varshnei said…
Hi

Let us introduce ourselves as an Indian company specializing in 100% Eco friendly handmade Green line Buttons,Toggals,Novelty Items,Handicrafts ,Bags Handles and costume jewelery.Our inspectors check every lot of buttons,handicrafts,gifts and costume jewelery ,buttons are made confirming to social accountability norms.
We do not use child labor.We maintain the quality in buttons, the quality in shipping,and the quality in communication and in all other aspects. Rest assured - you get THE BEST of the finest handmade buttons from India.Buffalo horn,bone,wooden,coconut shell,bamboo etc
Buttons are meant for mens and womens wear. We have catered almost all segments of garment right from just born babies to hi-fashion mens and womens garments ,we have all the infrastructure to cater your needs, we have dedicated staffs with in-depth knowledge of the Buttons business involving themselves right from raw material collection, making ,polishing and shipping.
Product:Clothing Buttons , costume jewelery
Specification: Handmade by Artisans and all are green eco-friendly organic products
Material:Buffalo Horn,Cow Horn,Bone,Wood,coconut shell,Bamboo,Resin,Recycled Plastic etc
Size: 12mm on wards
Production:50000 pieces per month
MOQ:200 pieces
Lead-time: 15 Days
Delivery: Fob N.Delhi
Payment:Advance through Bank Wire ,Western Union
Samples: Available
We offer buttons from US $ 00.08 per piece as opening price point. and the price are much more competitive anywhere else.
Each piece is unique and may vary in shape and look due to natural variations in the horn.
Besides updating our designs regularly, we also have the complete capability of making items in special designs as per your requirements.
Hope to have an opportunity to work with you.
Thanking you in the mean time.
Regards,
Praveen Varshnei
Email: p_varshnei@yahoo.co.in
web: www.buttonsnatural.zoomshare.com
Linkedin: http://in.linkedin.com/in/prashanthandicrafts
Skype: buttonsnatural
At 20:17 on April 5, 2010, Nicola Thornley said…
Hi Myriam, I'm planning a trip later this year to meet and work with ethical fashion producers as a sort of fact-finding mission before I eventually set up my own business. I have been working in production and product development for luxury fashion brands in the UK (currently Burberry) for the past 6 years and I am passionate about finding ways to increase production of fashion in Africa. My plan is to travel and spend some time working with a variety of projects/producers to see how everyone is working and how we can learn from each other. I am mostly travelling in Africa but would like to travel elsewhere to see how everyone is working differently. Do you know of any great projects or suppliers worth visiting, or anyone who would appreciate an extra member of staff for few months? Many thanks, Nicola.
At 16:06 on July 31, 2009, Beatrice Mwasi said…
Thanks Miriam for adding me as a friend. I'm out in a remote part of Kenya training a group of producers on behalf of an organization in Italy hence my delay in responding to your invite. I look forward to learning more about you and sharing the same
At 9:19 on July 25, 2009, Ashok said…
Dear Myriam,
I am Ashok and I am working here with rural women who have a wondefull skill of hand embroidery, and Meghwal weavers who hand weave beautiful woolen shawls and stoles. I am glad to find your company and would like to talk with you for our marketing needs, please reply me at hastshilpsoc@dataone.in
Ashok
HASTSHILP, A Society for Handicrafts
E/35 Bikaner Rajasthan India
Tel:+91-151-2230454
Mobile:09461047725
At 19:29 on July 23, 2009, Beatrice Mwasi said…
Thanks Myriam for signing me up as a friend. You are doing great work and am sure I will learn a lot from you.
At 10:19 on July 23, 2009, Kate Louise Hutchinson said…
That's great to hear. We are just beginning to compile a booklet about sourcing from Ghana - so I'll keep you informed about that. Additionally on the 18th August we have an event in London "Spotlight on Africa" so I'll give you updates on that too. It would be great to meet you in person!

All the best,

Kate
At 9:52 on July 23, 2009, Kate Louise Hutchinson said…
Hi Myriam,

I would like to invite you to join the Africa group where you should find some useful contacts. You can join by clicking on the groups tab at the top of the page, then click on the Africa group and finally click "join group". There is also a new Ghana group if that is of any interest to you. I hope to see you there soon,

Kate
At 18:51 on July 22, 2009, LISA KRISTIANSEN said…
Hi Myriam,

Thanks for signing me up as your friend ;-)

New to ethical fashion forum...but its proving to be interesting!!!

Watched your videos... they were great!!!! Would like to know more about what you do.

Lisa
At 1:49 on July 20, 2009, David McGill said…
Hi Myriam, Im trying to create womens co-operatives in Africa and could do with your advice
 
 
 

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