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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Here are some of the ways GoBlu’s support can accelerate your ability to reach your sustainability goals.
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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 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.
A TED talk reminded us of the value of looking beyond quantitative data points and incorporating the human perspective. We share our insights, what we see as GoBlu’s role in the Oracle/Guide paradigm, and invite you watch this thought-provoking presentation, called “The Human insights missing from big data.”
A special interview with our Co-Founder, Lars Doemer, explores how our industry has progressed when it comes to eliminating hazardous chemicals from our supply chains. He discusses the link with transparency, what he thinks has been the greatest game changer in recent years, and how consumers are able to engage around chemicals.
In the blog this week we have stories on ActionAid Myanmar, Adidas, the Alta Gracia factory, Archroma, Artistic Milliner, ASOS, Bestseller, Culver Duck, Danish Fashion Institute, Dindigul Cotton Textile Mills, Eileen Fisher, Everlane, Fashion Tech Labs, Gap, Gildan, Global Fashion Agenda, Guess, H&M, Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel, Hugo Boss, iFixit, Inditex, Indorama Venture, IndustriALL, Ivanka Trump, Jeanologia, Kathmandu, Kering, Kleiderei, KnowTheChain, Lacoste, L’Herbe Rouge, Lenzing, Marchi & Fildi, Mekong Club, Novotex, Nudie Jeans, Orange Fiber, Patagonia, Pesticide Action Network UK, PETA, Primark, Rag & Bone, Reformation, re:newcell, Saitex International, Sans Soucie Textile and Design, Solidaridad, Stella McCartney, Target, The Fashion Law, Tom Ford, Tommy Hilfiger, Trevira, U.S. Denim, Vaude, Vav Technologies, VF, Worker Rights Consortium, WWF, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Aldi, Amazon, Apolis, ASDA George, ASOS, Benetton, Burton, C&A, Clean Clothes Campaign, Country Road, FashionEx, Fashion Revolution, Fashion Tech Lab, Fillipa K, Foot Locker, H&M, Inditex, IndustriALL, International Labour Rights Forum, KappAhl, Leather Naturally, Lidl, Lindex, Madi, Marks & Spencer, Matalan, MJ Bale, Modern Meadow, Nike, Odd Molly, Organic Cotton Colours, PaCT, PAN UK, Reformation, SAC, Sainsbury’s, Solidaridad, Spindye, Sports Direct, Stella McCartney, Superdry, Tchibo, Tesco, TK Maxx, Toms, T-Shirt Printing UK, Uniqlo, White Stuff Clothing, Worker Rights Consortium, WWF, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Adidas, Aditya Birla, Arthur George, Auscott, Bravo Tekstil, C&A, Debenhams, Dolan Group, Eileen Fisher, Fabletics, Good American, Grasim, Guess, H&M, Ideal Textile Mills, Inditex, Ivanka Trump, Ivy Park, J.G. Boswell, Kendall + Kylie, Kering, Kids Supply, Kingfisher, Leather Working Group, LVMH, Mango, Next, Oritain, Patagonia, Project Just, REI, The Kylie Shop, Vivienne Westwood, Welspun, Yeezy, Zara, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Abercrombie & Fitch, Aldi, Amazon, Aquafil, Asda, Bad Decision Adventure Club, Burberry, Control Union, Cotton Incorporated, E-Leather, Eco-Age, Eileen Fisher, Esquel, Ethical Fashion Guatemala, Gap, Gareth Pugh, Greenpeace, Guess, H&M, Hanes, IndusriALL, International Labour Organization, International Organization for Migration, JCPenney, Jeanologia, Kohl’s, Levi’s, Li & Fung, Marks & Spencer, Next, Nicopanda, Nike, Otto, Patagonia, Polartec, Q-Point Fashions, Quantis, RAN, Reformation, Target, Tesco, Threadsol, Timberland, Tory Burch Foundation, UNI Global Union, Uniqlo, Vaude, VF, Walk Free Foundation, Walmart, Worker Rights Consortium, WWF, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Aldi, Amazon, Banana Republic, C&A, Canada Goose, Cotonea, Covestro, Danone, David Jones, Giorgio Armani, Groceries Apparel, H&M, Levi’s, Nordstrom, Nuvi Nomad, Patagonia, Pinterest, PrimaLoft, Primark, Ralph Lauren, REI, Stella McCartney, Superdry, Tchibo, The North Face, Topshop, Twin Dragon, Unifi, Zara, ZDHC, and many more.
In the blog this week we have stories on Arket, Berry Apparel, Better Cotton Initiative, C&A, Cheap Monday, China Water Risk, Christion Dior, DyStar, Fashion Revolution, Forever 21, Gabriela Hearst, Gap, Givenchy, Grabit, GIZ, Gucci, H&M, Hanes, House of Fraser, Kering, LVMH, Marks & Spencer, Nan Fung Group, Nantai Garment Factory, Nike, Patagonia, Project Just, PVH, Rana Plaza, Sohel Rana, Software Automation, Tianyuan Garments, Teng Xun Ltd., Yves Saint Laurent, Uniqlo, WWF, and many more.