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Flora Davidson
Co-Founder at SupplyCompass

Flora is Co-Founder of SupplyCompass, a product development and production management platform for fashion brands and manufacturers. She started her career working for an innovation and strategy agency working with the likes of Adidas and L’Oréal. She spent 2 formative years living in Mumbai at the start of SupplyCompass, visiting hundreds of factories and suppliers across the country. She remains passionate about harnessing the power of technology to encourage better collaboration, drive efficiency and make sustainable production accessible to fashion brands and supply chains across the globe.

TechnologyWhat is a production platform, and why does every fashion brand need one?
What is a production platform, and why does every fashion brand need one?

There’s a whole host of different fashion software out there that caters to businesses of all different shapes and sizes, each focused on solving specific challenges, driving better team collaboration, and streamlining processes.

by Flora Davidson

5 min

PlatformDeadstock Fabric Partnership with Queen of Raw
Deadstock Fabric Partnership with Queen of Raw

We're thrilled to announce our partnership with Queen of Raw, as featured in Vogue Business. By joining forces, SupplyCompass Platform users will be able to access a myriad of deadstock fabric options via the SupplyCompass Deadstock Library to design more sustainable collections, create value from waste, and champion circularity.

by Flora Davidson

5 min read

TechnologyFashion’s Tech Awakening: Time for Transformation
Fashion’s Tech Awakening: Time for Transformation

In the short space of 6 weeks, the famously fast-moving fashion industry has been forced to slow down, or in some cases, come to a screeching halt.

by Flora Davidson

4 min read

MaterialsMaterial Guide – Econyl: What is Econyl and how is it produced?
Material Guide – Econyl: What is Econyl and how is it produced?

Econyl is a form of nylon that is made entirely from waste products. It is made from a range of post-consumer waste including abandoned fishing nets, carpets, and rigid textiles and aims to be a green alternative to the original product which is made from a derivative of oil.

by Flora Davidson

2 min read

ProductionThe State of Packaging: Inks
The State of Packaging: Inks

The type of ink used to print on packaging will ultimately impact the biodegradability, compostability, and recyclability of the packaging.

by Flora Davidson

4.5 min read

ProductionThe State of Packaging: Polybags in the Fashion Industry
The State of Packaging: Polybags in the Fashion Industry

Polybags are the lightweight plastic bags used to individually package products to protect them during freight and distribution.

by Flora Davidson

5 min read

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