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.
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In the news this week: Abercrombie & Fitch, Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, Adidas, Aizome, All Pakistan Workers Confederation, Alma Mater Wear, American & Efird, Amsterdam Fashion Institute, Anna van Toor, Aquafil, Archroma, Armedangels, Artistic Fabric and Garment Industries, ASKET, Asos, Banana Republic, Baptist World Aid Australia, Bel&Bo, Best and Less, BSCI, Burberry Foundation, C&A, C&A Foundation, Chanel, Circle Economy, Citizens of Humanity, Clean Clothes Campaign, Colorifix, Corporate Accountability Lab, Corpus Christi Polymers, Country Road, Cotton On, Deuter, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Eileen Fisher, Ellos Group, Esprit, Ethical Trading Initiative – Norway, ETP, Expresso Fashion & Claudia Sträter, Fairtrade Foundation, Fashion for Good, Fashion Positive, Fashion Revolution, Fast Future, Fat Face, Filippa K, First Gawon Apparel, FLEX, Fond Of, Freudenberg Performance Materials Apparel, Gap, Gawon Apparel, Gekås Ullared, Girlfriend Collective, GIZ, Gold Star Design Ltd., GOTS, Greenpeace, G-Star RAW, Guangzhou Zhijian Garment Co., Ltd., Guess, Hessnatur, Jaba Garmindo, Jack Wolfskin, Just Group, Just Jeans, H&M, H&M Foundation, Healthy Seas, Heinrich Obermeyer, IndustriALL, Kering, King Louie, Kings of Indigo, KJUS, Kloters, Knights Apparel, Kowtow, Lenzing, Licensing Essentials, Maison Château Rouge, Manroof, Marks & Spencer, Montega Italy, Myer, Noni-B, Nudie Jeans, Old Navy, Paprika Cassis, Patagonia, Peter Alexander, Primark, Puma, Rana Plaza, Reebok, Reformation, Rive Droite, Sainsbury’s, Sandqvist, Sessùn, Suit Supply, Tchibo, Tearfund NZ, Textile Exchange, The Better Cotton Initiative, The North Face, Timberland, Tmpt, Toad & Co, Tom Cridland, Trelise Cooper, True Fashion Collective, United Nations Development Program, Uniqlo, Valley Girl, Vaude, Veja, Versace, Vietnam Chemicals Agency, Witchery, Woolworths, Woolworths Australia, Worker Rights Consortium, Workwear Group, Wrangler, Zara, ZDHC, and more.
In the news this week: Adidas, AFL-CIO, Aldi, Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety, Arcadia Group, Asics, ASOS, Bangladesh Center for Worker Solidarity, Bangladesh Independent Garment Workers Union Federation, Baptist World Aid Australia, Benoh Apparel, Better Cotton Initiative, Better Buying, Bluesign, Bonmarché, Boohoo, Bravo, Brüzer Sportsgear, Charlotte Russe, Clean Clothes Campaign, Colorifix, Cotton On, David Jones, Debenhams, ETI, European Outdoor Group, Forever 21, Fristads, FWF, Gap, German Partnership for Sustainable Textiles (Textilbündnis), Good On You, GOTS, H&M, Hanesbrands, Harrods, Hugo Boss, Hydroxide Knitwear Ltd., ILO, Inditex, IndustriALL Global Union, International Labor Rights Forum, Jeanologia, Kering, Kesko, Kingpins, Labour Behind the Label, Lenzing, Levi Strauss, LVMH, Mango, Marks & Spencer, Marui Group, Matalan, Meyer, Missguided, Mistra Future Fashion, Mutoh America, New Balance, Next, NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights, Outerstuff, Parsons, Patagonia, Pentatonic, PETA, Prénatal Moeder & Kind, PVH, RadiciGroup, Rana Plaza, Redress, reGAIN, Remake, RK Apparel Inc., Sainsbury’s, Sateri, Soko Kenya, Soex, Sourcemap, Spectrum Factory, Superdry, Tearfund NZ, Textile Exchange, The Knitwit Stable, The North Face, Timberland, United States Department of Agriculture, VF, Walmart, Wrangler, WWF, Yu Fa Garment Industry (Cambodia) Co., Ltd, Zara, ZDHC, and more.
In the news this week: Adidas, Artistic Milliners, Arvato, Arvind Envisol, ASOS, Athleta, A Transparent Company, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Bangladesh Independent Garment Workers Union Federation, Birdsong, Bolt Threads, BRIA, Burberry, C&A, Call It Spring, Canada Goose, Circular Design, Clarks, Clean Clothes Campaign, Collectif Démarqué, Condé Nast Publications, Copenhagen Fashion Summit, Cotton Council International, Cotton Incorporated, Ethicus, ETI, Fabrications, Fair Wear Foundation, Fast Retailing, FDNY, Fibersort, Filippa K, Gant, Gap, Garment Workers Trade Union Centre in Bangladesh, GOTS, Global Fashion Agenda, Greenpeace, G-Star RAW, H&M, Icebreaker, Inditex, Indus Dyeing, International Labor Rights Forum, Issara Institute, John Galliano, Karen Millen, Kering, Kid Interior, Kiltec Sport, Labor Voices, Labour Behind the Label, Lenzing, Le Tote, Levi Strauss, Marks & Spencer, ME to WE, Metro, Mistra Future Fashion, Mother of Pearl, MSParis, Nike, Oeko-Tex, Offset Warehouse, Patagonia, Perfectlinens, PETA, PILER, Primark, Rana Plaza, REI, Redress, Remo, SABINNA, Salvatore Ferragamo, Shahi Exports Pvt Limited Unit-8, Shop Direct, Shuang Li (Cambodia) Garment Co Ltd., Soorty Enterprises, Stella McCartney, Sustainabill, Tchibo, Texhong Yinlong, Textile Exchange, The Sustainable Studio, Timberland, Uniqlo, United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Vaude, Victoria’s Secret, Vivienne Westwood, WikiRate, Wildlife Conservation Society, YCloset, Zalando, Zara, and more.
In the news this week: Abercrombie & Fitch, Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety, Applied DNA Sciences, Arvind, Asta Network, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Better Buying, Better Work, Bloom, Bluesign, Brands Fashion, C&A Foundation, Continental Clothing, Council of Fashion Designers of America, Creative Bee, Eileen Fisher, Fair Wear Foundation, FGL International SpA, Frank and Oak, Greenpeace, H&M, Half Century Jeans, HanesBrands, Henri, Humane Society of the United States, India Development Foundation, IndustriALL, International Fur Federation, International Labor Organization, International Labor Rights Forum, International Wool Textile Organisation, Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, LANXESS, Lenzing, Marks & Spencer, Nicca Chemical Co., Ltd., Panorama Berlin, Puma, Rana Plaza, Redress, S&D Chemicals, Sourcemap, Stahl, Südwind Institute for Economics and Ecumenism, Sun Hsu Co Ltd., Target, Textile Exchange, Thredup, Trueway Corp., UNDP, United Students Against Sweatshops, Urban Outfitters, Vivobarefoot, Walmart, World Bank, Workers United/SEUI, Yongo Europe, ZDHC, and more.
In the news this week: Abercrombie & Fitch, Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, Aditya Birla Group, Åhléns AB, Algiknkit, Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety, American Apparel and Footwear Association, amfori, Armani, Arnsdorf, ASOS, Atelier & Repairs, Athleta, Auko-Tex Group, Bel&Bo, Beyoncé, Boohoo, Burberry, C&A Foundation, Calvin Klein, Candiani, Carbios, CCOO, Centre for Global Workers’ Rights, Changing Markets Foundation, Cintas, CmiA, Columbia, Cotton LEADS, Crop-A-Porter, Dansk Supermarked Group, Debenhams, DKNY, Donna Karan, Edwards Garment, Eileen Fisher, Ethical Time, Ethical Trading Initiative, Fair Labor Association, Fair Wear Foundation, Fil Doux Textiles, French Connection, Furla, Geogreen, Gildan Activewear, Ginger and Smart, Global Fashion Exchange, Good On You, Gucci, H&M, Hugo Boss, Hunt Wilson International, I:CO, IndustriALL, Inditex, Intertextile, Isko, Jabp Jiawei Myanmar, Jack Wills, JCPenney, Jeanologia, JD.com, Jimmy Choo, Kering, Lenzing, Lipsy, Manusher Jonno Foundation, Michael Kors, Mighty Good, Missguided, Morrisons, New Look, Nike, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Perry Ellis, Pouchen Vietnam, RadiciGroup, Ralph Lauren, Ramblers Way, Reima, Saint Laurent, Schijvens, Selfridges, Social Accountability International, South West Textiles Ltd., Superdry, Target, Tchibo, Tommy Hilfiger, TV Mania, UNICEF USA, UN Sustainable Development Goals, Versace, VF, Vina Korea Co. Ltd., World Wildlife Fund, Wrangler, YESS, Zady, Zephyr Headwear, and more.
In the news this week: Asics, Adidas, Allbirds, Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety, American Apparel & Footwear Association, Amsilk, Ananas Anam, Asos, Bolt Threads, British Retail Consortium, Carbios, Child Labor Coalition, Circle Economy, Clean Clothes Campaign, DyStar, eBay Foundation, Eco-Age, ETI, EURATEX, Fair Labor Association, Fashion for Good, Feit, Gap, Good Guys, G-Star, H&M, Hermès, House of Fraser, Hugo Boss, International Labour Organisation, Italian Fashion Chamber, John Lewis, Levi’s, Lululemon, Macy’s, Michael Kors, Next, OECD, Oeko-Tex, Omina, Opportunities NOW, Panarub, Patagonia, Pou Chen, PVH, Rent the Runway, Sedex, Sensient, Simons, Stahl, Trident, Twine Solutions, United Trousers Garments, University of Sussex, Urban Outfitters, Veja, Versace, VisionFund Myanmar, Westin Hotels & Resorts, Yue Yuen, and more.
In the news this week: ACS Textiles Bangladesh Ltd., Adidas, Al Hassan Workers’ Centre, Angelico, Barnali Fabrics, Better Cotton Initiative, Better Factories Cambodia, Blaumann, Bleed, Blue Jeans Go Green, Blue Meets Blue, Bolger & O’Hearn, Boohoo, C&A Foundation, CCOO, Christian Dior, Clarks, Coach, Common Objective, Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018, Cora Ball, Dawn Denim, DL 1961, Dow Chemical Company, DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products, DyStar, Eileen Fisher, ETI, Evrnu, Fashion Revolution, Feuervogl, Forever New, Francis Fashions, Furla, FWF, Gap, Global Organic Textile Standard, Good Society, Guess, Guppyfriend, H&M, House of Fraser, Hugo Boss, Human Rights Watch, I:CO, Inditex, International Union for Conservation of Nature, ITUC, Jack Wolfskin, John Lewis, Kader Synthetic Fibers, Kering, Kings of Indigo, KL Texwell Vina, Kuyichi, Lindex, London College of Fashion, Maas Nature, Mango, Marc Jacobs, Marks & Spencer, Michael Kors, Missguided, Mosharraf Composite Textile Ltd., Mud Jeans, Nike, Nudie Jeans, OpenIDEO, Orsay, Outland Denim, Piñatex, PouSung Vietnam, Prabal Gurung, PT Rayon Utama Makmur, PVH, Rainforest Action Network, Ramblers Way, Redress, Responsible Business Alliance Foundation, SAC, Sae-A Tecnotex, Salirone, Santori Pellami Spa, SciveraLENS, Sea Star Beachwear, Selfnation, Sey Organic Jeans, Simone Handbag, Stanley/Stella, Stella McCartney, Target, Texwell Vina, The Sting House of Brands, UN, Uniqlo, United By Blue, Veja, Walmart Foundation, Wear the Walk, Wunderwek, Y’Organic, ZDHC, and more.
In the news this week: Abercrombie & Fitch, Anantalakshmi Textiles Mill, Aquafil, Aqua Vida, Arcadia, Asos, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Benetton, Bonmarché, BSR, C&A, CBX Software, CERES, Chain, Chanel, Children’s Place, China Labour Bulletin, Columbia, Cotton Incorporated, Creative Room, Debenhams, Decathlon, Dorothy Perkins, DuPont Industrial Biosciences, Eileen Fisher, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, ETI, Everlane, FabScrap, Fair Labor Association, Fair Wear Foundation, FairWertung, Fenix, Finisterre, Foot Locker, Gap, Global Organic Textile Standard, Guess, H&M, HanesBrands, Hela-Indochine, Heron Preston, Hiut Denim, HoodLamb, Huajian, Huasheng Garments Co Ltd., Hugo Boss, Human Rights Watch, ILO, Indochine International , IndustriALL, Infinited Fiber, ISKO, Kamala Mills, KGG Garment, KL Texwell Vina, L Brands, Levi’s Lululemon Athletica, Maison Margiela, Marks & Spencer, Max Mara, Michael Kors, Miss Selfridge, Merrell, Modern Meadow, Morrisons, Next, Nike, Nordstrom, OECD, Olderbrother, Outdoor Industry Association, Patagonia, Pesticide Action Network UK, PETA, Positive Luxury, Princes, PVH, QMilk, Ralph Lauren, Re/Done, Redress, Rongda Clothing, Roy Robson, Ross, Sainsbury’s, Salvatore Ferragamo, Saucony, Stella McCartney, Tapestry, Target, Tchibo, The New Denim Project, Tiziano Guardini, TJX Companies, Topman, Topshop, TRAID, Under Armour, Urban Outfitters, VF, virtue + vice, Volcom, Walmart, Warners, Whistles, Wolverine, Xeros, and more.
In the news this week we have stories on ACFTU, Aditya Birla, AligiKnit, American Apparel & Footwear Association, Apparel and Footwear International RSL Management (AFIRM) Group, Asda, Asos, Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety, Bing Win Garment, Bolt Threads, brrr, C&A, C&A Foundation, Care Bangladesh, Celia Grace, Changing Markets Foundation, Chargeurs, Circle Economy, Clean Clothes Campaign, Clean Production Action, Control Union Certifications, Cosmo Textile, Dormeuil, Dropel Fabrics, Eileen Fisher, Etiteks, Everlane, Fashion for Conservation, Fashion Revolution, Gap, Gawon Apparel, German Federal Foundation for the Environment, Good On You, Greenpeace, G-Star Raw, Guess, H&M, H&M Foundation, Hwa Long (Cambodia) Outsole Industry, ILO, IndustriALL Bangladesh Council, Jaba Garmindo, Karmojibi Nari, Kowtow, La LORO Voce – Iene Vegane, Lenzing, Levi Strauss, Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund, Marchi & Fildi, Marks & Spencer, Maykher, Microfinance Opportunities, Modern Meadow, Modern Star Enterprises, Mothercare, Neemic, Next, Nike, Nordstrom, Oeko-Tex, Officina Corpuscoli, Olderbrother, Orange Fiber, Organica, Orta Anadolu, Outerknown, Patagonia, PETA, PolyOne, Rajby Industries, Ralph Lauren, Recyc Leather, Redress, Reformation, REI, Responsible Wool Standard, Ricosta, River Island, Sabahar, SAC, Santoni, Sustainable Nanotechnologies Project, Sympatex, Target, Tesco, Uniqlo, Vaude, VF, Village Embassy, Village Industry, VisionFund Myanmar, War on Want, ZDHC, and more.
In the news this week we have stories on American Apparel & Footwear Association, Asahi Kasei, ASOS, Avery Dennison, Better Mills Initiative, Birkenstock, British Fashion Council Positive Fashion Initiative, Burberry, C&A, C&A Foundation, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, Canepa, CanopyStyle, Centre for Sustainable Fashion, Chinti & Parker, Christopher Kane, Circle Economy, Connor, Cosmo Textile, Dagny, DBL Group, Debenhams, Dollar Spinning, Eastman, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Ethical Trading Initiative, Ethisphere, European Chemicals Agency, Fashion for Good, Fashion Revolution, Fat Face, Finisterre, Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia, G-Star, H&M, HSBC, Huasheng Garments Co Ltd., I AND ME, ILO, IndustriALL, International Apparel Federation, Japanese International Co-operation Agency, John Lewis, Joint Apparel Association Forum, Kering, Koala, Kings of Indigo, LIM College, London College of Fashion, lululemon, Macy’s, Marc Jacobs, Marks & Spencer, Mary Katrantzou, Microfinance Opportunities, Mohammadi Fashion Sweaters Ltd., MQ Retail, New Balance, Nordstrom, OrganoClick, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Orta Anadolu, Partnership for Sustainable Textiles, People Tree, PETA, Primark, Procotex, PVH, Ramisa Group, Reshare, Rêve En Vert, Richard Malone, Sainsbury’s, Smart Fibersorting, Social & Labor Convergence Project, Solidaridad, Spell & The Gypsy Collective, Stella McCartney, SURGE, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, TAMGA Designs, Target, Tesco, Tex Ray, Textile Exchange, Timberland, Toms, Topshop, Ulula, Valvan Baling Systems, Veja, VF, Vin and Omi, Virgin Trains, Worn Again, WRAP, zLabels, and more.