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22 February 2017

Sustainable Sourcing Series Part 3: Artisan & Small Volume

Contributor Ethical Fashion Forum


Whether you're a designer just starting out or a bigger brand wanting to experiment with new sustianable product, these reports will highlight tips and suppliers for sourcing ethically from artisans and small volume suppliers.

Part 3 of the Sustainable Sourcing Series will take place from 23 February-10 March 2017. To receive all the reports from this part of the series or to register for the webinar on Thursday 9th March, please fill in the form below or click here.

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Published Reports

Part 3 Webinar

Get insights from part 3 of the Sustainable Sourcing Series focusing on artisans and low volume production, and view a showcase of relevant SOURCE members.

The Low Down on Low Volume

Minimum order quantities can pose problems for emerging, boutique, and luxury fashion labels wanting to source sustainably in low volumes – unless you know where to look or what to consider.

The Jewellery Report

The global jewellery market is predicted to total €250 billion by 2020. This sourcing report looks at the opportunities for ethical, handmade jewellery and tips for how to source it sustainably.

Case Study: Purnaa

Read about how ethical manufacturer, Purnaa, is measuring success by the positive impact it has in its communities.

Working with Artisans: A Practical Guide

Practical tips for working successfully with artisans as well as people and organisations that can help.

Why Source from Artisans

Artisans and smaller scale producers are ideally placed to respond to growing trends for products with sustainable and ethical provenance.

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