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  • That one in the back left... it’s now a $25 fishing cork #ProductDevelopment
  • That one in the back left... it’s now a $25 fishing cork #ProductDevelopment
  •  26  2  58 minutes ago
  • These capsules are being sorted and will join the packaging line soon! 
From concept & formulation to packaging & shipping, we strive to make sure each step of the process leads to a final product that is innovative and sustainable.
  • These capsules are being sorted and will join the packaging line soon!
    From concept & formulation to packaging & shipping, we strive to make sure each step of the process leads to a final product that is innovative and sustainable.
  •  14  1  2 hours ago
  • Want a chance to chat with one of our team members about their career in product design?
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August 27th we are having the next group tour of our design studio. Sign up in the link in our bio, only 30 spots available!
  • Want a chance to chat with one of our team members about their career in product design?
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    August 27th we are having the next group tour of our design studio. Sign up in the link in our bio, only 30 spots available!
  •  21  2  3 hours ago
  • My sun salutations stamp sets looking super cute mounted on mason jar mounts. 🥰🥰
  • My sun salutations stamp sets looking super cute mounted on mason jar mounts. 🥰🥰
  •  9  4  3 hours ago
  • 🚀 “Empreendedor é igual a motoboy” sempre que um precisa os outros estão dispostos a ajudar.
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Essa é uma frase que costumamos dizer aqui na Xiz, e que resume muito bem o prazer na troca de experiências para o fortalecimento do ecossistema empreendedor. 💪🏽
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Com a @proseek não podia ser diferente! @renatopeixotopinto, que papo sensacional, isso sem falar dessa equipe de monstros. 👊🏽
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Em breve nosso app estará disponível para baixar nos dispositivos iOS e Android
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#portrait #startuprj #proseek #designsprint #productdevelopment #ecossistemaempreendedor #empreendedorismo #startupbrasil #startupbr #colaboracao
  • 🚀 “Empreendedor é igual a motoboy” sempre que um precisa os outros estão dispostos a ajudar.
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    Essa é uma frase que costumamos dizer aqui na Xiz, e que resume muito bem o prazer na troca de experiências para o fortalecimento do ecossistema empreendedor. 💪🏽
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    Com a @proseek não podia ser diferente! @renatopeixotopinto, que papo sensacional, isso sem falar dessa equipe de monstros. 👊🏽
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    Em breve nosso app estará disponível para baixar nos dispositivos iOS e Android
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    Tirou uma foto conosco?
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    #portrait #startuprj #proseek #designsprint #productdevelopment #ecossistemaempreendedor #empreendedorismo #startupbrasil #startupbr #colaboracao
  •  43  2  3 hours ago
  • This Thursday at 10am ✨ Section 5 of DIY Technical Design: Develop Your First Apparel Product or Accessory ✨ We’ll be diving into Points of Measure! You’ll learn how to set up your own POM page and create your own How to Measure Guide. I’ll give you my fool-proof formula for writing POM’s and talk about best practices. Later, in Section 8, we’ll get into the knitty gritty of how to measure your first prototype for review. Want to know what the rest of the sections are all about? Check out the blog for a full rundown in “DIY Technical Design - A Free Series.” While you’re there, be sure to subscribe to receive 20% off my comprehensive POM list and HTM Guide, if you want to save some time on this section.
  • This Thursday at 10am ✨ Section 5 of DIY Technical Design: Develop Your First Apparel Product or Accessory ✨ We’ll be diving into Points of Measure! You’ll learn how to set up your own POM page and create your own How to Measure Guide. I’ll give you my fool-proof formula for writing POM’s and talk about best practices. Later, in Section 8, we’ll get into the knitty gritty of how to measure your first prototype for review. Want to know what the rest of the sections are all about? Check out the blog for a full rundown in “DIY Technical Design - A Free Series.” While you’re there, be sure to subscribe to receive 20% off my comprehensive POM list and HTM Guide, if you want to save some time on this section.
  •  20  1  3 hours ago
  • When news broke last year that Burberry had burned nearly £30 million ($39 million) worth of clothes, accessories and other products, the brand found itself caught in a maelstrom of public outrage. The British fashion house had an environmental strategy in place since 2012, but the scandal forced it to make some swift adjustments. Within a matter of months, the luxury giant announced it would stop burning unsold merchandise and threw in a ban on animal fur for good measure.

But Burberry isn’t the only brand feeling the pressure to do more — and faster. How to produce clothes ethically and sustainably is a debate raging across the industry as evidence of fashion’s poor track record on workers’ rights and the environment piles up. Brands, which have historically been reluctant to talk about #sustainability out of fear that they could become a target for activists or fail to live up to their promises, face mounting pressure from consumers, regulators and investors to clean up their act. So, what does it take to build a sustainable brand? And where should one start? #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • When news broke last year that Burberry had burned nearly £30 million ($39 million) worth of clothes, accessories and other products, the brand found itself caught in a maelstrom of public outrage. The British fashion house had an environmental strategy in place since 2012, but the scandal forced it to make some swift adjustments. Within a matter of months, the luxury giant announced it would stop burning unsold merchandise and threw in a ban on animal fur for good measure.

    But Burberry isn’t the only brand feeling the pressure to do more — and faster. How to produce clothes ethically and sustainably is a debate raging across the industry as evidence of fashion’s poor track record on workers’ rights and the environment piles up. Brands, which have historically been reluctant to talk about #sustainability out of fear that they could become a target for activists or fail to live up to their promises, face mounting pressure from consumers, regulators and investors to clean up their act. So, what does it take to build a sustainable brand? And where should one start? #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  120  1  3 hours ago
  • Today’s consumers want to shop from companies that appear to share their values. And it’s easier than ever to spot and publicly denounce bad behaviour — or read about it on influential accounts like Diet Prada. The rise of “call-out” culture online means fashion and beauty brands are more likely to face public relations crises, which can transform from a few tweets into global news in hours. These crises can be self-inflicted, as when Dolce & Gabbana offended Chinese consumers with an ad campaign and racist rants in November, or come from external sources, as Adidas discovered when collaborator Kanye West made a string of controversial statements last year.

Going forward, brands need to preempt crises by examining how they function as organisations, as well as the methods used to create products and images. But they also need to be ready to respond quickly and effectively when mistakes happen. #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • Today’s consumers want to shop from companies that appear to share their values. And it’s easier than ever to spot and publicly denounce bad behaviour — or read about it on influential accounts like Diet Prada. The rise of “call-out” culture online means fashion and beauty brands are more likely to face public relations crises, which can transform from a few tweets into global news in hours. These crises can be self-inflicted, as when Dolce & Gabbana offended Chinese consumers with an ad campaign and racist rants in November, or come from external sources, as Adidas discovered when collaborator Kanye West made a string of controversial statements last year.

    Going forward, brands need to preempt crises by examining how they function as organisations, as well as the methods used to create products and images. But they also need to be ready to respond quickly and effectively when mistakes happen. #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  118  1  3 hours ago
  • Global employment in the creative sectors is booming. In the EU, the cultural and creative industries employ more than 12 million people, while the Mayor of London’s office reports that the capital’s creative sector accounts for one in six jobs. The National Endowment for the Arts also estimates the arts employed 4.9 million workers in the US in 2018.

However, gaining entrance to the creative workforce is notoriously challenging, in whichever continent you reside and job function you wish to work. BoF condenses advice and insight from creative professionals across the fashion industry — including Paper’s Drew Elliot, Complex’s Joe La Puma and Altuzarra’s Jodie Chan — on how to stand out when starting out. Swipe across for top tips and learn more at businessoffashion.com #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • Global employment in the creative sectors is booming. In the EU, the cultural and creative industries employ more than 12 million people, while the Mayor of London’s office reports that the capital’s creative sector accounts for one in six jobs. The National Endowment for the Arts also estimates the arts employed 4.9 million workers in the US in 2018.

    However, gaining entrance to the creative workforce is notoriously challenging, in whichever continent you reside and job function you wish to work. BoF condenses advice and insight from creative professionals across the fashion industry — including Paper’s Drew Elliot, Complex’s Joe La Puma and Altuzarra’s Jodie Chan — on how to stand out when starting out. Swipe across for top tips and learn more at businessoffashion.com #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  121  2  3 hours ago
  • Ten years ago, the Kauffman Foundation released its seminal report, “The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur,” which surveyed over 500 American company founders across a wide range of industry sectors. The results confirmed what everyone already knew — there is a strong link between entrepreneurship and higher education. The surprise was just how much they were correlated. Over 95 percent of the surveyed entrepreneurs had bachelor’s degrees, and 47 percent had more advanced degrees. It is true that Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg didn’t finish university and designer drop-outs like Michael Kors and Alexander Wang demonstrate that you don’t need a degree to build a business. Yet a casual look at the CVs of the founders of some of the most in-demand designer brands indicates that degrees from top fashion schools in New York, London or Paris still matter. Meanwhile, a debate is raging about whether even the best schools are managing to keep up with the latest business and tech training that aspiring fashion entrepreneurs need to launch successful start-ups. Increasingly, the trailblazers among fashion entrepreneurs don’t come from fashion schools.

The trope of the genius-entrepreneur is now everywhere. Some are subtle pied pipers while others attract a personality cult; Jack Ma and the now-beleaguered Elon Musk come to mind. But how did we end up with this oddly romantic notion of the modern entrepreneur as some sort of cerebral hustler? Instinct, ambition, a nose for opportunity, focus, grit and an appetite for calculated risk all play their part in the making of successful entrepreneurs. But it is unlikely that any single gene sequence or psychographic profile makes us significantly predisposed to life as an entrepreneur. And yet, the enduring notion that entrepreneurs are born, not made, adds to the pressure that many founders feel. Are industry leaders framing entrepreneurship in the right way? #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • Ten years ago, the Kauffman Foundation released its seminal report, “The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur,” which surveyed over 500 American company founders across a wide range of industry sectors. The results confirmed what everyone already knew — there is a strong link between entrepreneurship and higher education. The surprise was just how much they were correlated. Over 95 percent of the surveyed entrepreneurs had bachelor’s degrees, and 47 percent had more advanced degrees. It is true that Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg didn’t finish university and designer drop-outs like Michael Kors and Alexander Wang demonstrate that you don’t need a degree to build a business. Yet a casual look at the CVs of the founders of some of the most in-demand designer brands indicates that degrees from top fashion schools in New York, London or Paris still matter. Meanwhile, a debate is raging about whether even the best schools are managing to keep up with the latest business and tech training that aspiring fashion entrepreneurs need to launch successful start-ups. Increasingly, the trailblazers among fashion entrepreneurs don’t come from fashion schools.

    The trope of the genius-entrepreneur is now everywhere. Some are subtle pied pipers while others attract a personality cult; Jack Ma and the now-beleaguered Elon Musk come to mind. But how did we end up with this oddly romantic notion of the modern entrepreneur as some sort of cerebral hustler? Instinct, ambition, a nose for opportunity, focus, grit and an appetite for calculated risk all play their part in the making of successful entrepreneurs. But it is unlikely that any single gene sequence or psychographic profile makes us significantly predisposed to life as an entrepreneur. And yet, the enduring notion that entrepreneurs are born, not made, adds to the pressure that many founders feel. Are industry leaders framing entrepreneurship in the right way? #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  115  1  3 hours ago
  • Selling product through #celebrity and personality is nothing new. But the rise of #socialmedia and the millennial generation has supercharged the influence economy, fundamentally reshaping how influencers fit into the marketing mix. A few key elements separate a strategy that delivers authentic consumer engagement from one that is a waste of valuable marketing budget at best, and brand damaging at worst.⠀⠀ #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • Selling product through #celebrity and personality is nothing new. But the rise of #socialmedia and the millennial generation has supercharged the influence economy, fundamentally reshaping how influencers fit into the marketing mix. A few key elements separate a strategy that delivers authentic consumer engagement from one that is a waste of valuable marketing budget at best, and brand damaging at worst.⠀⠀ #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  117  1  3 hours ago
  • Every brand has its own raison d’être. It could be a market gap or a price advantage. For many founders, finding that winning advantage means starting with the customer. Understanding who will buy a product is the basis on which a marketing strategy is built, as well as other key decisions, from whether and where to open physical stores to setting a pricing strategy.⠀⠀
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Connecting with the customer requires a mix of intuition and data. Heidi Zak, the founder and chief executive of bra start-up ThirdLove, worked with a branding agency to create her customer archetype — a married woman in her late 20s or early 30s, living in Brooklyn, with no kids but a dog, and a job in advertising — poring over demographic data and research to confirm her initial hypotheses. Other founders take a more introspective approach, looking to their own lifestyles and that of their peers, to understand who their product may serve.⠀⠀
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This can be dangerous however, as simply defining your customer around what you and your friends might buy can saddle your business with a bias that you may never be able to overcome. Intuition is a good place to start, but you will need some rigorous analysis to back it up. #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • Every brand has its own raison d’être. It could be a market gap or a price advantage. For many founders, finding that winning advantage means starting with the customer. Understanding who will buy a product is the basis on which a marketing strategy is built, as well as other key decisions, from whether and where to open physical stores to setting a pricing strategy.⠀⠀
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    Connecting with the customer requires a mix of intuition and data. Heidi Zak, the founder and chief executive of bra start-up ThirdLove, worked with a branding agency to create her customer archetype — a married woman in her late 20s or early 30s, living in Brooklyn, with no kids but a dog, and a job in advertising — poring over demographic data and research to confirm her initial hypotheses. Other founders take a more introspective approach, looking to their own lifestyles and that of their peers, to understand who their product may serve.⠀⠀
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    This can be dangerous however, as simply defining your customer around what you and your friends might buy can saddle your business with a bias that you may never be able to overcome. Intuition is a good place to start, but you will need some rigorous analysis to back it up. #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  123  1  3 hours ago
  • Hello lovelies! I am working on a very exciting new project with the amazingly talented Eleanor from @whiskersandwildflowers! Can’t give anything else away at the moment but that’s a big reason why I haven’t been posting on here! Hope you have all had a wonderful day in the sunshine/shade. We have been topping up cards in lovely shops including @handpickedbyhenrietta and taken the boys swimming. Back to drawing now but roll on another sunny day! ☀️xx
  • Hello lovelies! I am working on a very exciting new project with the amazingly talented Eleanor from @whiskersandwildflowers! Can’t give anything else away at the moment but that’s a big reason why I haven’t been posting on here! Hope you have all had a wonderful day in the sunshine/shade. We have been topping up cards in lovely shops including @handpickedbyhenrietta and taken the boys swimming. Back to drawing now but roll on another sunny day! ☀️xx
  •  27  14  4 hours ago
  • Our Silicon team is transforming the way people communicate, create, and collaborate through Microsoft devices.⁣
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Want to join them in turning groundbreaking designs into reality? Browse careers at our #linkinbio.⁣
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aka.ms/MicrosoftBayAreaCareers
  • Our Silicon team is transforming the way people communicate, create, and collaborate through Microsoft devices.⁣

    Want to join them in turning groundbreaking designs into reality? Browse careers at our #linkinbio.⁣

    aka.ms/MicrosoftBayAreaCareers
  •  18  1  4 hours ago
  • These lovely Notebook covers are made by SewLab USA and they are one of the products we sell at the made in Baltimore Pop Up Shop. The notebooks themselves are made by Write Notepads & Co. The notebook covers are all unique because they are all made from Upcycled inner harbor signs, so no two are alike. @writepads @madeinbaltimoreprogram 
MADE IN BALTIMORE store address:
20 W North Ave
Baltimore, MD 21201

STORE HOURS:
Thursday – Sunday 11am – 7pm
  • These lovely Notebook covers are made by SewLab USA and they are one of the products we sell at the made in Baltimore Pop Up Shop. The notebooks themselves are made by Write Notepads & Co. The notebook covers are all unique because they are all made from Upcycled inner harbor signs, so no two are alike. @writepads @madeinbaltimoreprogram
    MADE IN BALTIMORE store address:
    20 W North Ave
    Baltimore, MD 21201

    STORE HOURS:
    Thursday – Sunday 11am – 7pm
  •  9  1  5 hours ago

Top #productdevelopment Posts

  • Every brand has its own raison d’être. It could be a market gap or a price advantage. For many founders, finding that winning advantage means starting with the customer. Understanding who will buy a product is the basis on which a marketing strategy is built, as well as other key decisions, from whether and where to open physical stores to setting a pricing strategy.⠀⠀
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Connecting with the customer requires a mix of intuition and data. Heidi Zak, the founder and chief executive of bra start-up ThirdLove, worked with a branding agency to create her customer archetype — a married woman in her late 20s or early 30s, living in Brooklyn, with no kids but a dog, and a job in advertising — poring over demographic data and research to confirm her initial hypotheses. Other founders take a more introspective approach, looking to their own lifestyles and that of their peers, to understand who their product may serve.⠀⠀
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This can be dangerous however, as simply defining your customer around what you and your friends might buy can saddle your business with a bias that you may never be able to overcome. Intuition is a good place to start, but you will need some rigorous analysis to back it up. #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • Every brand has its own raison d’être. It could be a market gap or a price advantage. For many founders, finding that winning advantage means starting with the customer. Understanding who will buy a product is the basis on which a marketing strategy is built, as well as other key decisions, from whether and where to open physical stores to setting a pricing strategy.⠀⠀
    ⠀⠀
    Connecting with the customer requires a mix of intuition and data. Heidi Zak, the founder and chief executive of bra start-up ThirdLove, worked with a branding agency to create her customer archetype — a married woman in her late 20s or early 30s, living in Brooklyn, with no kids but a dog, and a job in advertising — poring over demographic data and research to confirm her initial hypotheses. Other founders take a more introspective approach, looking to their own lifestyles and that of their peers, to understand who their product may serve.⠀⠀
    ⠀⠀
    This can be dangerous however, as simply defining your customer around what you and your friends might buy can saddle your business with a bias that you may never be able to overcome. Intuition is a good place to start, but you will need some rigorous analysis to back it up. #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  123  1  3 hours ago
  • Today’s consumers want to shop from companies that appear to share their values. And it’s easier than ever to spot and publicly denounce bad behaviour — or read about it on influential accounts like Diet Prada. The rise of “call-out” culture online means fashion and beauty brands are more likely to face public relations crises, which can transform from a few tweets into global news in hours. These crises can be self-inflicted, as when Dolce & Gabbana offended Chinese consumers with an ad campaign and racist rants in November, or come from external sources, as Adidas discovered when collaborator Kanye West made a string of controversial statements last year.

Going forward, brands need to preempt crises by examining how they function as organisations, as well as the methods used to create products and images. But they also need to be ready to respond quickly and effectively when mistakes happen. #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • Today’s consumers want to shop from companies that appear to share their values. And it’s easier than ever to spot and publicly denounce bad behaviour — or read about it on influential accounts like Diet Prada. The rise of “call-out” culture online means fashion and beauty brands are more likely to face public relations crises, which can transform from a few tweets into global news in hours. These crises can be self-inflicted, as when Dolce & Gabbana offended Chinese consumers with an ad campaign and racist rants in November, or come from external sources, as Adidas discovered when collaborator Kanye West made a string of controversial statements last year.

    Going forward, brands need to preempt crises by examining how they function as organisations, as well as the methods used to create products and images. But they also need to be ready to respond quickly and effectively when mistakes happen. #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  118  1  3 hours ago
  • Global employment in the creative sectors is booming. In the EU, the cultural and creative industries employ more than 12 million people, while the Mayor of London’s office reports that the capital’s creative sector accounts for one in six jobs. The National Endowment for the Arts also estimates the arts employed 4.9 million workers in the US in 2018.

However, gaining entrance to the creative workforce is notoriously challenging, in whichever continent you reside and job function you wish to work. BoF condenses advice and insight from creative professionals across the fashion industry — including Paper’s Drew Elliot, Complex’s Joe La Puma and Altuzarra’s Jodie Chan — on how to stand out when starting out. Swipe across for top tips and learn more at businessoffashion.com #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • Global employment in the creative sectors is booming. In the EU, the cultural and creative industries employ more than 12 million people, while the Mayor of London’s office reports that the capital’s creative sector accounts for one in six jobs. The National Endowment for the Arts also estimates the arts employed 4.9 million workers in the US in 2018.

    However, gaining entrance to the creative workforce is notoriously challenging, in whichever continent you reside and job function you wish to work. BoF condenses advice and insight from creative professionals across the fashion industry — including Paper’s Drew Elliot, Complex’s Joe La Puma and Altuzarra’s Jodie Chan — on how to stand out when starting out. Swipe across for top tips and learn more at businessoffashion.com #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  121  2  3 hours ago
  • In process.... Missing my backyard grill on this busy Monday....
  • In process.... Missing my backyard grill on this busy Monday....
  •  1,061  12  15 July, 2019
  • Out and about in Milan / Hot Red Kuthub 🥀 @asliyilmazturk
  • Out and about in Milan / Hot Red Kuthub 🥀 @asliyilmazturk
  •  130  4  18 hours ago
  • When news broke last year that Burberry had burned nearly £30 million ($39 million) worth of clothes, accessories and other products, the brand found itself caught in a maelstrom of public outrage. The British fashion house had an environmental strategy in place since 2012, but the scandal forced it to make some swift adjustments. Within a matter of months, the luxury giant announced it would stop burning unsold merchandise and threw in a ban on animal fur for good measure.

But Burberry isn’t the only brand feeling the pressure to do more — and faster. How to produce clothes ethically and sustainably is a debate raging across the industry as evidence of fashion’s poor track record on workers’ rights and the environment piles up. Brands, which have historically been reluctant to talk about #sustainability out of fear that they could become a target for activists or fail to live up to their promises, face mounting pressure from consumers, regulators and investors to clean up their act. So, what does it take to build a sustainable brand? And where should one start? #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  • When news broke last year that Burberry had burned nearly £30 million ($39 million) worth of clothes, accessories and other products, the brand found itself caught in a maelstrom of public outrage. The British fashion house had an environmental strategy in place since 2012, but the scandal forced it to make some swift adjustments. Within a matter of months, the luxury giant announced it would stop burning unsold merchandise and threw in a ban on animal fur for good measure.

    But Burberry isn’t the only brand feeling the pressure to do more — and faster. How to produce clothes ethically and sustainably is a debate raging across the industry as evidence of fashion’s poor track record on workers’ rights and the environment piles up. Brands, which have historically been reluctant to talk about #sustainability out of fear that they could become a target for activists or fail to live up to their promises, face mounting pressure from consumers, regulators and investors to clean up their act. So, what does it take to build a sustainable brand? And where should one start? #wearecityglobal #todayatcityglobal
  •  120  1  3 hours ago
  • Sketch. Cad. Render. Photoshop. Present. Repeat. Love it. #designlife
  • Sketch. Cad. Render. Photoshop. Present. Repeat. Love it. #designlife
  •  523  9  8 July, 2019