Spotlights software and technology companies at the forefront of cutting-edge innovation through the lens of fashion and supply chains. A must-read for fast-growing, ambitious fashion brands looking to invest in digital transformation.
SupplyCompass speaks to Abbie Morris, Founder of Compare Ethics. Compare Ethics is the platform that builds trust and transparency through sustainable product verification. They turn sustainable product data into increased revenues via their verification technology and product impact measurements.
SupplyCompass speaks to Stephanie Benedetto, CEO & Co-Founder of Queen of Raw. Queen of Raw matches buyers with sellers, where unused textiles are sold quickly and easily at lower price points, giving people access to materials that they never had before
SupplyCompass sits down with fashion entrepreneur and Forbes ‘30 under 30’ Boryana Uzunova, Co-Founder of Kool And Konscious, a sustainable and ethical global fashion marketplace.
SupplyCompass speaks to Christos Chamberlain, UK General Manager of Flexport—a leading digital freight forwarder headquartered in San Fransisco.
SupplyCompass series that focuses on our supply chain partners operating at the intersection between innovation, efficiency and sustainability, to help shape more inclusive conversations in the fashion industry.
SupplyCompass speaks to Eric Firmann, Co-Founder of Re: Down, a business recycling post-consumer down and feathers for insulation in the apparel and bedding industries. He walks us through their innovative process, how they have coped through the pandemic, and what his visions for a circular industry are.
SupplyCompass speaks to Marieke Lenders, the Program Lead of Circular Apparel at Enviu. Our conversation focuses on Enviu’s Reweave Venture Studio, an initiative building disruptive and impactful ventures looking to drive the fashion sector towards a circular and fair value chain in India.
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
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.
The global COVID-19 pandemic proves to be a challenging time for the fashion industry in many ways. SupplyCompass recently spoke to our social enterprise-manufacturing partner in Nepal on how they built their business on a specific purpose, their recent project involving making masks for the medical community and their experience with technology as a small business.
The global COVID-19 pandemic proves to be a challenging time for the fashion industry in many ways. SupplyCompass recently spoke to our manufacturing partner in China on how their business has evolved, how the Chinese government is supporting factories to resume operations and their experience with 3D technology.
The global COVID-19 pandemic proves to be a challenging time for the fashion industry in many ways. SupplyCompass recently spoke to our linen manufacturing partner on how their business has evolved, what changes they expect to see in the industry once the pandemic is over, what technology is exciting them at the moment.
Leather is one of the most fascinating and desirable materials used in the fashion industry. Recently, we caught up with Sundar, one of our trusted leather manufacturing partners in Tamil Nadu, India for a quick Q&A.
In Conversation With
Highlights fashion brands from around the globe who are balancing people, profit and planet, and are leading the way when it comes to responsible business.
SupplyCompass speaks to Stuart McCullough, Managing Director of The Woolmark Company—the global authority on wool. The Woolmark Company connects the global apparel and textile supply chain on behalf of about 60,000 woolgrowers that help fund the not-for-profit company.
SupplyCompass speaks to Josh Bowden, Co-Founder of noissue, a New Zealand-headquartered sustainable packaging company that’s changing the status quo when it comes to e-commerce packaging.
SupplyCompass speaks to The Curated, a Scandinavian-based company focusing on timeless, high quality staples. Primarily known for their coats—which are quickly taking over the Instagram world—they focus on sustainable, affordable luxury and minimal elegance for women.
SupplyCompass speaks to Good On You, the Emma Watson-approved world-leading source of trusted brand ratings, articles and expertise on ethical and sustainable fashion. Since 2015, they have built a database of thousands of fashion brands, all assessed against their robust rating system for their impact on people, the planet and animals.
SupplyCompass sits down with Gertjan Meijer, CCO of Arch & Hook, to talk about how the company began, their sustainable products, the effects COVID-19 has had on their business, and what sustainability means to them.
SupplyCompass recently spoke to Patch – a British online plant store helping grey cities become greener by delivering a range of plants straight to your door. Learn more about their supply chain, what they are doing to become a more sustainable business, and what's in store for the future.
SupplyCompass recently spoke to Farah Cohen, COO of Everpress, a global marketplace built to make the power of independent creativity come to life in the easiest, most ethical way. Everpress has created a curated emporium of original print designs with the tools to help people promote, sell, manufacture and distribute their own creations.
SupplyCompass recently spoke to Rachel Carvell-Spedding, Founder of Navygrey, a British sustainable knitwear brand committed to the art of the well-made jumper. Fully traceable wool from sheep to shop, each jumper is purposefully understated and made sustainably in small batches.
SupplyCompass recently spoke to Kresse Wesling MBE, Co-Founder of Elvis & Kresse – the sustainable luxury brand and B Corp converting industrial and commercial waste, such as fire hoses and coffee bags, into luxury goods and accessories.