CEO of Bag It Don’t Bin It Ltd. (BIDBI), a Sheffield-based company, was crowned with UK Small & Medium Company Director of the Year in London on Friday 24 October 2014.
Julia Gash, a female entrepreneur who started BIDBI almost seven years ago, caught everyone’s eyes at The…Continue
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Ala Mairi launches its second collection of luxury ethical garments.
The collection is inspired by ‘Fair Isle’ and ‘Shetland lace’. In 2011, founder and designer, Fatima Mahmood travelled to the Scottish highlands in search of independent handloom weavers and lace makers. It was there where she witnessed the intricacy and detail of the artisans work, and, indeed it was this research that helped instigate the creation of the Ala Mairi brand. The memory has resulted in the dream-like…Continue
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Hello , My name is Isabel , I am an architect of valparaiso chile, and I would like to introduce my social project design which intend to help at-risk women hopefully worldwide.
i know you do not know me , but I'm trying to have someone listen to my voice , it is difficult to try to…Continue
London – 13 October 2014. Sedex, the leading non-profit organisation dedicated to improving global supply chains, announced today that it has been appointed as a Founding Partner of SOURCE, a ground-breaking online solution developed by the Ethical Fashion Forum that makes it easy for businesses all over the world to source, produce, and do business in the most sustainable way. Sedex joins leading brands, suppliers and organisations such as the Fairtrade Foundation and GOTS which…Continue
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October 2014 is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Talented, the British sustainable tote bag brand, is delighted to support the campaign with their “I Knit So I Won’t Kill People” Tote Bag. Talented will donate 10% of all sales from their I Knit pink tote to…Continue
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Founder of new British knitwear label, Ally Bee, is pleased to announce the online launch of the label's first collection at ally-bee.com. The ready-to-wear AW14 collection of fully-fashioned sweaters and accessories are knitted in a small factory in the Scottish Borders in bespoke British-grown alpaca and select British wool yarns. Styles are uncontrived modern designs for everyday wear in 4 un-dyed natural shades and 3 hank-dyed colours.…Continue
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