The future of product development and production management for fashion brands and manufacturers. Develop sustainable collections together, drive efficiency, gain full visibility over production, and remove uncertainty — all in one platform.Request a demo
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The platform for
fast growing fashion brands
Build trusted supply chains, design collections and manage production from one platform.
- Create moodboards, share, and comment with your team
- Create tech packs in minutes and get instant costs
- Browse our libraries or build your own
- Design for sustainability from the start
Build trusted supply chains
- Work with world class manufacturers with leading certifications
- Get matched and initial cost estimates immediately
- Discover sustainable material and component suppliers
- Instant supply chain transparency and traceability
Gain control of production
- Request and manage samples
- Give feedback and make approvals
- Manage multiple orders and monitor critical paths
- Manage costs, invoices and make safe international transfers
Fast, efficient, and sustainable.
Intuitive design development
Create moodboards, browse our sustainable material library and design collections online in minutes. No more excel.
Create tech packs that manufacturers understand, manage samples and feedback easily. Avoid multiple unnecessary rounds of sampling.
Our structure process and means fewer emails back and forth, less miscommunication, and visibility over the process. Deliver collections faster and stay in control.
Supply chain as a service. Monthly subscription, no hidden costs. Make your teams more effective and foster better collaboration.
Trusted & traceable
We hand-pick only the best manufacturers and suppliers to be part of our network. Get access to trusted, traceable and efficient supply chains for your business, immediately.
Consistently high quality
Sampling must pass our internal QC and our team regularly checks in on production. Certainty of quality, time and time again.
saved on average in production costs.
less time managing production.
of sustainable products made, and counting.
Brands we work with
What brands say
We find it very easy to work with businesses that are similar to us – young and ambitious. Without SupplyCompass, we couldn’t manage all the production on our own, as we don’t have the resources to travel, connect with factories in India, and compare production. To be able to access the SupplyCompass network is what we need at this stage of our business.
What brands say
Producing a conscious product isn’t always straightforward. It took me a long time and many false starts until I finally came across what I needed: a company that supports me in my understanding of the industry, an assurance that my requirements for sustainability are met and the possibility to produce smaller collections. With SupplyCompass I found all of the above and more – I couldn’t be happier that I found them and was able to partner with them.
What supply chain partners say
Compared to our past experiences with many sourcing companies, working with SupplyCompass has been a refreshing change; they are transparent and upfront, their terms are very reasonable and they treat you as an equal in the partnership to make the business succeed.
What brands say
With our passion for sustainability, simply being the leader in sustainable, ethical sock manufacturing wasn’t enough. We partner with SupplyCompass in London and use their sustainable sourcing platform to ensure our supply chain is traceable, and our products are sourced from the best possible manufacturer of materials on the planet.
See more on our blog
Perspectives from our Corduroy Fabric Manufacturing Partner
The global COVID-19 pandemic proves to be a challenging time for the fashion industry in many ways. SupplyCompass recently spoke to our corduroy manufacturing partner in India on their core competencies, adapting to restrictions in India and how integral sustainability is to their business
Perspectives from Recover, our Yarn Manufacturing Partner
The global COVID-19 pandemic proves to be a challenging time for the fashion industry in many ways. SupplyCompass recently spoke to Paqui Ferrer, Marketing Director of Recover, upcycling textile waste into high-value yarns in Spain, on the history of the business and their post-pandemic visions for the circular economy and fashion industry.
Deciphering the rPET Recycled Polyester Process
The most common form of recycled polyester is known as rPET, which comes from discarded clear plastic bottles instead of raw petrochemicals. This article delves into the rPET process of how plastic bottles are turned into yarn that's increasingly used in the fashion world.