What we do
GoBlu is the sustainability accelerator for apparel and textile companies, providing brand-level, supply chain-level, and communications services to clients around the globe.
Our mission is to accelerate our clients’ ability to operate in a sustainable way, empowering and working with them to achieve and exceed their goals.
Our service offerings come under the following 3 pillars; Plan, Do and Share.
- Strategy Development
- Technical Knowledge Support
- Training & Education
- Factory Assessment and Improvement
- Technical Capacity Building
- Cleaner Production
- Data Management and Verification
- Technical Communication
- Sustainability Showcase
- CSR Report writing
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Work with our global yet local team
GoBlu is a uniquely curated international team of sustainability professionals, bringing together decades of experience from leading fashion brands and retailers, and distinguished service providers.
- 8 professionals
- Across 7 countries
- 3 different continents
In the blog this week we have stories on BASF, Burberry, C&A, Eileen Fisher, H&M, Kathmandu, Kering, LMVH, Loomstate, Nygard, Pacific Textiles, Stella McCartney, Uniqlo, Zero + Maria Cornejo and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on ASOS, Burberry, Bonmarché, Freitag, Fruit of the Loom, Genetic Los Angeles, H&M, Inditex, IndustriALL, Ivanka Trump, J.C. Penney, Joe Fresh, Lee, Li & Fung, Loblaw, M&S, Next, Nygård, Primark, Target, Tchibo, Tesco, Timberland, VF, Wrangler, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories referencing Adidas, American & Efird, Applied DNA Sciences, Asos, Better Work Jordan, BGMEA, Bonmarché, Brachi Testing Services, Brave GentleMan, Britacel Silicones, Bureau Veritas, Burberry, C&A, Caulfeild Apparel, Center for Business and Human Rights, Changing Markets Foundation, Clean Clothes Campaign, Cotton On, Fibria, Field to Market, G-Star, H&M, HEMA, Hugo Boss, IndustriALL Global Union, Intertek, INT International, Kering, Marks & Spencer, Mulitfabs, Nike, Nygård, O’Neill, Outland Denim, PETA, Primark, Saint Laurent, Scottish Leather Group, SER, SHB Garments, Spinnova, Stella McCartney, Tommy Hilfiger, Tong Hong Tannery, University of Leeds, US Department of State, VF, Wrangler, Net-a-Porter, Zara, ZDHC, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories referencing Aldi North, Aldi South, Ann Taylor, Backus, the Bangladesh Accord, Bestseller, BGMEA, Birla Cellulose, Burberry, C&A, C&A Foundation, Canopy, Carrefour, China Labor Watch, Danish Fashion Institute, Esprit, Fjällräven, G-III Apparel Group, Gildan, Ganzhou Huajian International Shoe City Co., Gloria, Goodluck Textile Market, H&M, Hansae, Helly Hansen, Hüren, ILO, Inditex, Ivanka Trump, Karl Lagerfield, Kendall + Kylie, Khaadi, Kik, Kmart Australia, Laborlink, LC Waikiki, Lidl, Lima Water and Sewerage Service, Lindex, Li Qiang, Littlewoods, Loblaw, Mulitfabs Limited, N Brown Group, Norges Bank, Otto, Papelera Trupal, PETA, Primark, PVH, Rainforest Alliance, Rexholm, Schmidt Group, Specialty Fashion Group Australia, Standard Chartered, Target, Target Australia, Tchibo, Textile Exchange, Tory Burch, US Department of State, Verité, Wibra, Zara, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories referencing DyStar, C&A, Cotton Blossom, Partibha Synte, KhappAll, Indiska, Cotton On, World Bank, Human Rights Watch, Beks Sock and Underwear Factory, Tchibo, M&S, Nike, Asics, Puma, Arthur Huang, Reformation, ASOS, COS, John Lewis, New Look, WRAP, Ted Baker, UNIQLO, SACOM, Cone Denim, KnowTheChain, Belle International, Adidas, VF (Timberland), Hugo Boss, Kering (Gucci, Bottega Veneta), Prada, PVH (Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein), Ralph Lauren, Under Amour, K-Mart, International Fashion Royal Co., Aquafil, Stella McCartney, Katunayake FTZ, Hirdaramani Garments Katunayake, The Burberry Foundation, The North Face, Stella McCartney, Esprit, Nudie Jeans, Michael Kors, Target, the IFC, Zara, H&M, Forever 21, Inditex, Salvatore Ferragamo, Loewe, Ivanka Trump, C&A Foundation, Patagonia, Human Rights Watch, Worldwide Value, GIZ, the BGMEA, and much more.
In the blog this week we have stories on a new report on microplastics, the ITUC’s ten worst countries for workers, questions over wool as an ethical choice, concerns over T.J. Maxx’s labour practices, over 100 brands now naming suppliers, the ripple effects of India’s cattle slaughter crackdown, research that says best firms lose most on ethical issues, a capital injection into Sewbot, a garment employer filing charges against workers, titanium white to be classed as a carcinogen, and much more.
In the blog this week we have stories on a new report linking brands to viscose polluters, life in an Indonesian factory producing for Ivanka, a new report on mitigating child labour risks in Turkish cotton, a new program for gender equality in the supply chain, radical pricing transparency, a call for the EP to investigate Bangladesh factories, child labour in India, turning autumn leaves into dye, a factory death in Cambodia, more suspensions by the Alliance in Bangladesh, and much more.
In the blog this week we have stories on another company going fur-free, climate change and fashion, an opinion about the missing factory inspectors in China, Nike’s issues with US colleges, a trade union problem in Madagascar for two brands, ZDHC’s launch of new tools, the rise of the vegan leather market, death of an Indian mill worker, a fire in a Chennai textile showroom, and much more.
Pulse of the Fashion Industry: Last month, the sustainability pulse of fashion was rated by professionals at an anemic 32/100, and described as ‘weak’. The score is derived from the first ever comprehensive framework for pragmatic, concrete and economical action with regard to sustainability for the fashion industry. Although we think it should be required reading for every manager in the industry today, we're aware that at 134 pages long, most people don't have time to do so. To make it more digestible, this analysis condenses the main findings in less than three pages.
In the blog this week we have stories on the missing investigators probing Ivanka Trump factory conditions in China, India’s new cattle laws, three apparel brands in Gartner’s Supply Chain Top 25, more brands saying no to Angora, a new shoe made from algae, whether organic cotton is better for the environment, the first ever forest-based fabric audits, toughening EU colourant standards, hundreds collapsing in Bangladesh factories during heat wave, and much more.