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Sources do exist for natural tannin binder based dying of textiles .

Started by N.J.Bond. Last reply by N.J.Bond Jun 18, 2011. 1 Reply

    Hi All ,    Dying now developed in multiple ways . Since we are born and brought up in traditional village we have  been doing it in 3 ways now .      1. Low Impact and Eco friendly way .      …Continue

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Comment by Isabel Voigt on October 14, 2014 at 19:18

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 change the world with little things and trying to get someone excited . 

I hope you like what I do, and my mission.


if you like it do not hesitate to contact me

If you get entusiasthic help me to spread the word.

Comment by Rachel Wintz on September 30, 2014 at 3:37


    I’m Rachel Wintz, a Sociologist from Anchorage, Alaska. I’m working on a proposal to study and report on the sustainable fashion industry, profiling sustainable innovations within the industry and looking toward the future of the fashion industry and its impact around the globe on social, economic, and environmental factors.

    I’d like to interview people in all sorts of positions within the fashion industry in Hong Kong -from the farm to the factory to the shop. If the proposal is funded, I will be submitting reports to be disseminated by either the National Geographic or the Institute of Current World Affairs. If you’re available for an interview about your work in the sustainable fashion industry or perhaps would like to do a multimedia project about your work, please contact me at

   Additionally, if you have information or resources you can refer me to, I’m happy to receive any expertise you have to share with me about the sustainable fashion industry. Your collaboration is much appreciated and will greatly enhance my understanding of the sustainable fashion industry.

   If you’d like to take a look at my work, please visit my portfolio:

Thank you,

Rachel Wintz

Comment by Myriam Morgenstern on June 8, 2010 at 6:28

1- Agents
The agents are the Nogaya sales representatives for agreed territories. Their role is to sell the Nogaya items to deco shops, high street shops, retail chains, etc ... They do report to us regularly on their work. They place the orders with us by email.
• There is a minimum of USD 1,500 per order.
• They make 15% commission on the sale turnover they generate. For instance, the agent sells for USD 1,000, he/she makes USD 150.
• We expect an agent to generate a turnover of at least USD 10,000 a month.
• The commission is paid by money transfer once the customers have fully paid (100%) Nogaya.
• As a fair trade business, and as a partnership goodwill, we expect our agents to buy the samples at wholesale price.
The agents will have to manage the relationships with Nogaya retail customers on behalf of Nogaya. As such, they need to be able to explain the Nogaya marketing stance, especially in terms of lead time to manufacture the women artisans' items. The lead time can go up to 4 months for some items. They also need to talk about our payment terms. As a fair trade business, Nogaya pays its women artisan groups when the order is placed. Hence Nogaya expects its customers to pay a minimum of 50% of the order value at the order, the balance upon delivery.

In order to simplify delivery and to manage import regulations efficiently, Nogaya will sell its products FOB India or Israel. The transport will be arranged by Nogaya and charge at cost. All import duties, VAT and any other local taxes in the import country will be handle by the final customers.

2- Distributors
The distributors are the Nogaya selling arms and representative of Nogaya in agreed territories. They market the Nogaya products to their own network of customers. They organize marketing campaigns and promotions in order to push the sales. They use local advertizing when deemed necessary. They report regularly on sales progress.
• They buy Nogaya products at 70% discount on public selling price and resell to their customers at the public selling price. Based on their knowledge of the local market, they could sell at a higher public selling price and share the difference with Nogaya who in turn could share the extra profits with the women artisans groups in the form of extra training or supports.
• Nogaya expects its distributors to generate a minimum of USD 20,000 a month.
• As a fair trade business, Nogaya requests its distributors to pay 50% of order value at the order, balance upon delivery.
• The minimum order size is USD 5,000.
In order to simplify delivery and to manage import regulations efficiently, Nogaya will sell its products FOB India or Israel. The transport will be arranged by Nogaya and charge at cost. All import duties, VAT and any other local taxes in the import country will be handle by the final customers.
Comment by Pauline C on June 5, 2010 at 12:21
Fantastic that this group has started..... please everyone check out i have been working in and around south asia with different communities. If anyone wants to share their interests - please do get in touch!
Comment by Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear on May 8, 2010 at 18:19
As from the 7th May 2010 .. Unitdot Eco Fashion Bamboo Eyewear was launched for sale online at
3 stylish designs are available with a promotion price of £80. each ..
With every Unitdot Bamboo Eyewear sold i will be donating £2. to UNICEF for the orphaned street children worldwide.. also Excentree will donate a tree for each pair sold..
please take the time to browse the website .. for other great deals ..
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the only supplier to the UK .. please contact me if you require to purchase wholesale or retail ..

Comment by Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear on April 15, 2010 at 21:27
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Comment by Anupa Horvil on March 16, 2010 at 12:01
HI i am based in vietnam and am interested in sourcing and retailing my products in hong kong.

Any advise?
Comment by Barbara Wong on December 2, 2009 at 15:30
Hi, I'll join the Inno Design Tech Expo in Hong Kong in 3rd - 5th Dec. I have a showcase under "Shine 21" and I'll display some products made from recycled materials. If you can attend the exhibition, please give me some feedbacks..I'm very happy to hear from you.
By the way, I have built a brand called "EcoClub', it's a brand promoted recycled handmade craft products. I am welcome anyone who are interested in eco design and handmade crafts to join to promote the idea. If there are more people doing it, and if the products are really in good quality, then more people will like it and it'll become more influential. On the other hand, the designers can also save their efforts in promoting their products. This is the idea why I develop the brand.
Hope to hear from you.

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