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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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 Adidas, Amazon, Anubha, Bezgraniz Couture, Bionic Yarn, bluesign, Bolt Threads, Burberry, BYT, C&A, Cat & Jack, ColorZen, Converse, Diane von Furstenberg, Edun, Gap, German Animal Welfare Association, Givenchy, Good On You, Gore, Green Embassy, Gucci, House of Fluff, H&M, Human Rights Watch, I:CO, Japanese Agency for International Cooperation, JD Toyoma, Kering, Lenzing, Levi’s, Maison Atia, Merdi Sihombing, Nantai Garment Factory, Nike, Orange Fiber, Outdoor Industry Microfibre Consortium, Patagonia, Primark, PVH, Ralph Lauren, Rana Plaza, Reclothing Bank, Resil Chemicals, Rhodia, Shrimps, Softwear Automation, Splash Fashion, Sports Direct, Stella McCartney, Studio Membrane, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, TamiCare, The North Face, Tommy Hilfiger, Uniqlo, VF, Vivienne Westwood, White + Warren, Wintai Sock Manufacture Ltd., Zappos, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Adidas, Aldo, APJet, Archroma, Armani, ASOS, Banana Republic, Bowker Garment Factory, British Fur Trade, Cienne, Cotton LEADS, Crossroads Trading Co., Dawood Lawrencepur, Disney, DNA Textile Group, Dressman, Dyecoo, Eileen Fisher, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Everlane, Fast Retailing, Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair & Co., Fawaz Alhokair Group, Gap, Global Organic Textile Standard, Gobi Cashmere, Green Theme International, G-Star Raw, Gucci, H&M, Houdini Sportswear, Humane Society, Inditex, Instituto C&A, Kering, Kidizen, L Brands, Luxma Sweater, LVMH, Magnus & Novus, Mango, milo+nicki, MTI-X, Nanollose, New Look, Nike, Nine West, Nordstrom, Patagonia, Petit Pli, Public Services and Procurement Canada, RE/DONE, Reformation, Rent the Runway, Safer Made, Sayesha Sachdev, Stella McCartney, Steve Madden, Sundog Productions, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Sustainalytics, Toray, Uniqlo, Veja, Versace, Vivienne Westwood, Walmart, West Brands Fashion LLC, Worker Rights Consortium, Yeezy, Zara, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Aditya Birla, Alta Gracia, Ambercycle, Bolt Threads, Bravo Tekstil, British Fashion Council, C&A, C&A Foundation, Clean Clothes Campaign, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, European Chemicals Agency, Decathlon, Esquel, Fair Wear Foundation, Fakir Apparels Ltd., Fashion Revolution, Gucci, H&M, Hanuxe, House of Fluff, Huntsman Textile Effects, ILO, Ivanka Trump, JCPenney, Kering, LEZÉ the Label, Lenzing, Mango, Mango Materials, Ming Ray, Next, Nike, Pearl Garment Factory, Pontetorto, Rahul Mishra, Saint Laurent, Schijvens, Stella McCartney, Tazreen Fashions, The North Face, Tyler Ellis, Vaude, VF Corp., Woolino, Wrangler, WRAP, Zara, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Adidas, AITCH AITCH, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Barnes & Noble College, Bottletop, C&A, C&A Foundation, Christy Dawn, Clean Clothes Campaign, Ethical Trading Initiative, FNV Mondiaal, Gawon Apparel Co., H&M, Huntsman, ILO, Indigo Mill Designs, Inditex, IndustriALL, International Labor Rights Forum, Kmart Australia, Lee, Maquila Solidarity Network, Mara Hoffman, Next, Outland Denim, Primark, PUM, Puma, Schuh, Solidaridad, Stahl, Teijin, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Unifi, UNISON, Worker Rights Consortium, VF, Walmart Foundation, Wrangler, Zara, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on ASICS, Adidas, Aditya Birla, Alabama Chanin, Aldi, Amazon, American Apparel, American Giant, AND1, Amour Vert, Asos Eco Edit, Avery Dennison, Benetton, Birla Cellulose, bluesign, C&A, C&A Foundation, Canopy, Clean Clothes Campaign, Dystar, Econyl, Esprit, Everlane, Fighetti, Footlocker, Forever 21, Fulida, Gap, Gender at Work, GEOX, Gildan, Global Fund for Women, Greenpeace, Gucci, H&M, Huafeng Textile Group, Inditex, Ivanka Trump, Jeanologia, Kering, Kowtow, Lenzing, Levi’s, LMVH, Mango, Marimekko, Marks & Spencer, Marmot, Mud Jeans, New Yorker, Next, Nike, Nude Jeans, Oeko-Tex, Outerknown, Pesticide Action Network, PETA, Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sanyou, Sateri, Sheico Group, Soko, Solidaridad, S Oliver, Spinnova, Stahl, Stella McCartney, Swedish Stockings, Target, Tchibo, The North Face, Textile Exchange, Timberland, Triumph, Vera Moda, Walmart, Wolverine, Worker Rights Consortium, WWF, Zalando, Zara, ZDHC, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Aldi, Arrow, Asda, ASOS, Bed Bath & Beyond, Bleusalt, Bravo Tekstil, Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, C&A, Calvin Klein, Cienne, Eileen Fisher, Ethical Trading Initiative, Gawon Apparel, Global Organic Textile Standards, Goodwill Industries, ILO, Inditex, IndustriALL, Izod, Finlayson, H&M, JCPenney, Kordsa, Lenzing, Lindex, Lush, Maggie’s Organics, Mango, M.Patmos, New Look, Next, Nike, Otto Group, Patagonia, Pontetorto, PVH, Qing Xun Garment Factory, Röjk, Stahl, St. Roche, Studio British, Studio One Eighty Nine, SuperDry, Surge, Target, Tommy Hilfiger, Topshop, UNI, Van Heusen, Whit, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Adidas, Aditya Birla Retail, Aldi, Archroma, Arvind Lifestyle Brands, Big W, bluesign, Burberry, C&A, CDP, Cotton Australia, Esprit, FabIndia, Filippa K, Future Group, Gawon Apparel Co., Gucci, H&M, H&M Foundation, Hugo Boss, Human Rights Watch, Jigsaw, Kathmandu, Kering, Kik, Kmart Australia, Lenzing, Lidl, Mud Jeans, Nahar Group, Oxfam, Patagonia, Provogue, PVH, Raymond, Reformation, Reliance Retail, RePack, Reverse Resources, Saga Furs, Scandinavian Outdoor, Shoppers’ Stop, Stahl, Target, Tchibo, Vanity Fair, Wrangler, Zara, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Adidas, American & Efird, Aquitex, Archroma, Arket, Asos, Azim Group, Canali, Catexel, Chemours, ChemSec, Clean Clothes Campaign, DBL Group, DyStar, Esprit, Ethical Trading Initiative, Fair Labor Association, Gap, Grameen Knitwear Ltd., H&M, Haesong Corporation, HSBC, Huntsman, ILO, Inditex, IndustriALL, Inspectorio, Kering, Levi’s, Linktex Sportswear, M&S, Nike, Nordstrom, Orchid Sweater Limited, Outerknown, Oxfam, Patagonia, PETA, PVH, Savar Sweaters, SCS Global Services, Stella McCartney, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Target, UNI, Veja, WeChat, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Adidas, Asics, Bestseller, Bluesign, BMZ, Burberry, Burberry Foundation, C&A, C&A Foundation, Cheap Monday, Columbia, Cora + Spink, Dibella, ecco, Eileen Fisher, Elvis & Kresse, Esquel, Gap, Gildan, GIZ, Global Fashion Agenda, Greenpeace, Gucci, H&M, HanesBrands, HoodLamb, Human Rights Watch, IndustiALL, Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs, Kathmandu, Kering, Lanka Leather Fashion, Levi’s, Lindex, Li-Ning, Lowe Corporation, M&S, Mammut, Mango, Mizuno, Myer, Nanollose, New Balance, Next, Novozymes, Patagonia, Pesticide Action Network UK, PETA, Primark, Puma, RadiciGroup, Reformation, Re.Verso, Rodale Institute, Smart Jeans Ltd., Soil Association, Sports Direct, Stahl, Stella McCartney, Target, Textile Exchange, The Boston Consulting Group, Timberland, Tintex, Tommy Hilfiger, UNI, University of Borås, Verdi, Walmart, World Wide Fund-Pakistan, Yoox Net-A-Porter, Yummy & Trendy, Zara and many more.
Working in sustainability, there is always more to learn, more to change, more to do, and more to solve. This is why it is especially important to take the time to pause, look around, and celebrate the successes and the transformations we have collectively achieved.
Several transformative trends have stood out over the past year, and we’d like to take a moment to celebrate these dynamic shifts with you, to show you the impact your work is having, to inspire you to examine how you might apply these principles in your own work, and to highlight the direction our industry is headed.