I would very much appreciate your help. I am studying for an MA in Marketing at Kingston Business School under the supervision of Professor Robert East. We are conducting research about Fairtrade goods and ethical fashion clothes, and ask you to complete the enclosed short questionnaire. I am also offering a £50 shopping gift voucher to the lucky prize draw winner!!!!
Could you please complete this questionnaire, following the link
Hi Ingrid, Good to learn that another person without prior fashion experience is enjoying our local challenges...
Your site is lovely, I hope business is working for you?
If you are in Cambodia, perhaps we can meet up here or there?
Hello Ingrid, Thanks for making contact, your project sounds great ,so if you would like to have a chat that would be good. Always interested in similar projects.,ours is best told through the articles by Dena Kaye on our press page which outline the whole start up story . I think you would fine these articles interesting. That is on our website www.panchachuli.co.uk
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as far as eco-friendly leather sources, here in bangladesh i would say they are not there yet... the waste managment is really bad, harsh chemicals, water waste,as well as health protection of workers, its a really dirty business. they are work on cleaning it up and moving all the tanneries to one set area to contol waste an such. I dont have a great source for eco friendly leather but i would say china or india would be better, here is a link to a tannery that pategonia uses in china, but im guessing their minimum order would be high. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYpAlmV5sNw
Linda is your gal for sharing info about Cambodia, but I'm quite happy to talk about lessons we've learned about working in that part of the world. I'm on Skype: ellenagger. Perhaps we can talk sometime.
1. Nui, a Thai woman living in Australia, looking for outlets for her very fine merino wool (which come from her "four-legs silkworms" (a reference from her cultural point of view!): firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Linda Drury of Floating Stone Silks: she works extensively with Cambodian dyers and weavers (at least for the last 5 years); tell her Ellen sent you! http://www.floatingstonesilks.com/
Nice to meet you, Ingrid. We've been working with Thai and Lao women's weaving groups for several years now. Lots and lots of challenges, so I wish you the best; you can create opportunities for Cambodians if you persevere.