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: 3M, Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, ADEC Innovations, Adidas, Asahi Kasei, Asos, Bestseller, Big Agnes, Bluesign, Bolt Threads, Brooks-Range, Burton, C&A Foundation, Ching Luh, CHT, Circular Systems, Cotton Incorporated, DBL, Denim Expert, Ecovative, Eileen Fisher, European Outdoor Group, Fair Wear Foundation, Filippa K, Fjällräven, GoodWeave International, G-Star Raw, Guess, H&M, Hugo Boss, Hund Hund, International Labour Organisation, Jack & Jones, Jack Wolfskin, John Lewis, KT Embroidery, L.L. Bean, Marks & Spencer, MAS Holdings, New Look, Nike, Nikwax, OrganoClick, Outdoor Industries Association, Outdoor and Sports Company, Outdoor Sports Valley, Patagonia, PETA, Polartec, Pou Yuen, Pratt Institute Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator, Reebok, Sabinna, Singtex, Stella McCartney, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Sustainable Down Source, Textile Exchange, UNHCR, Uniqlo, Uzbek German Foundation, VF, Walmart, WEAR, Worker Rights Consortium, Zephyr Headwear, and more.
In the news this week: Abercrombie and Fitch, Adidas, Aditya Birla, Amazon, Aquafil, Archroma, Asics, Avery Dennison, Better Cotton Initiative, Better Work, C&A, Candiani Denim, Certified Vegan, Christopher Raeburn, Coloreel, Colourtex, Cone Denim, Debenhams, DyStar, Eco-Age, E.Tautz, Éthique sur l'étiquette, Everlane, Expresso, Fairtrade, Fair Wear Foundation, Fast Retailing, Garmon Chemicals, GIZ, Global Organic Textile Standard, Global Recycled Standard, H&M, Harvey Nichols, Hidenet, Huntsman, I:CO, Ikea, International Labour Organization, International Trade Union Confederation, International Union League for Brand Responsibility, ISKO, Jay Chemical, Kathmandu, Kering, Lenzing, Li & Fung, Lindex, Marks & Spencer, Maxwell Scott, M.i.h, Mondiaal FNV, Mother of Pearl, Natural Resources Defense Council, Net-a-Porter, Nike, Oeko-Tex Standard 100, Oliver Spencer, Parley for the Ocean, Patagonia, PETA, Positive Luxury, PrimaLoft, Primark, Protex, Pulcra, Rana Plaza, Rapanui, REI, Ricoh, Rudolf, Saitex, Savers, Sean John, Selfridges, SOEX, Something Wicked, Stella McCartney, steventai, Supima, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Tanatex, Target, Teatum Jones, Thai Acrylic Fiber Co., The North Face, Vivienne Westwood, Zara, Zara Home, ZDHC, and more.
In the news this week: 5.11 Inc., Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Aditya Birla Group, Advance Denim, Alcis Sports, All-Star Sports, Arcadia, Asia Floor Wage Alliance, Asos, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters’ Association, Bestseller, Boohoo, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Burberry, Changing Markets, CHT Group, Clean Clothes Campaign, ColorZen, Cone Denim, Copen, Cotton Campaign, Daniele Calcaterra, Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Esprit, Ethical Trading Initiative, Fair Wear Foundation, Fashion for Good, Femnet, Finisterre, First Gawon Apparel, FITI Testing and Research Institute, For Days, Forever 21, Fórmula Surfactantes, Fristads Kansas Group, Gap, Gekås Ullared, G. Güldenpfennig, Gina Tricot, Global Deal, Grasim Industries Limited, H&M, Hanesbrands Inc., Houdini Sportswear, Hubbub, ICA Gruppen (ICA Sweden & Hemtex), IKEA, Inditex, IndustriALL Global Union, International Finance Corporation, International Labour Organisation, Intersport, Jack & Jones, Ju-Ju-Be, Kappahl, Kering, Kilim Denim, Levi’s, Lindex, Maiyet, Mango, Marks & Spencer, Must Garment Corporation, New Look, New Wave Group, Next, Nike, Nudie Jeans, OECD, Osprey, Patagonia, Pentland, PETA, Primark, Puma, Rajby Industries, Rintex, RNB Retail and Brands, Rossari Biotech, Safer Made, Sandryds, Sean John, Skunkfunk, Soorty, Stadium, Starite (Cambodia), Stella McCartney, Swedwatch, Ted Bernhardtz, Topshop, Under Armour, Unibrands, Victorinox, Åhléns, Zalando, Zara, ZDHC, and more.
In the news this week: Adidas, Aldi, Ali Enterprises, ANDAM, Archroma, Asia Floor Wage Alliance, Asos, Benetton, Better Cotton Initiative, Boohoo, C&A, C&A Foundation, Calvin Klein, Candiani Denim, Chantal, Charles Parsons Fabrics, Circle Lab, ColorZen, Colorifix, Cooper Watkinson Textiles, Deltex, Desigual, Dystar, El Corte Ingles, Esprit, ETI, European Clothing Group, European Outdoor Group, Fair Wear Foundation, Fat Face, Fjällräven, Forever 21, Gebra Non-food, Global Fashion Agenda, G-Star Raw, G. Güldenpfennig, H&M, Hawes and Free, Hugo Boss, Hüren OHG, ILO, IndustriALL Bangladesh Council, Inditex, IndustriALL Global Union, Ingrid Starnes, International Labour Conference, JC Penney, Kloters, Lane Walker Rudkin, Lenzing, Levi’s, Lidl, Macdo, Maggie Marilyn, Mango, Marks & Spencer, MAS Active Vaanavil, MAS Holdings, MAS Intimates, Matrix APA, Missguided, Nanollose, Nike, Noesa, Norse Projects, Ohmme, Outerknown, Ovna Ovich, Pacific Brands, Patagonia, Primark, Rana Plaza, Reclaimed Sticks, Reformation, Re:Sustain, Retail Holdings, Sandqvist, Save Your Wardrobe, Scandinavian Outdoor Group, Sears, Stanley/Stella, Stella McCartney, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Tarasima Apparels, Tchibo, Temperley London, The Very Good Bra, Thread Harvest, Tretorn, Topshop, Uzbek-German Forum for Human Rights, Vaude, Verburgt Fashion, Victoria’s Secret, Walmart, Warp and Weft, Watubo, Whistles, World, Wünsche Group, Zalando, and more.
In the news this week: Agolde, Amour Vert, Ann Taylor, Apjet, Archroma, Arvind, Asos, Aviraté, Bangladesh Denim Expert Ltd., Baptist World Aid Australia, Bearbottom Clothing, Best Made, Bestseller, Better Buying, Birla Cellulose, Bolt Threads, Boohoo, Burberry, BuyBetter, C&A, Cambodian Confederation of Unions, Canopy, Celebrity Fashions Ltd., Centre for Policy Dialogue, Chicory, Common Objective (CO), Coop, Copenhagen Fashion Summit, Dai Young (Cambodia), Dong Seung, Dupont, Electronics For Imaging, Ellen McArthur Foundation, Esprit, Ethical Trading Initiative, Fair Wear Foundation, Gap, Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia, Good On You, Gore Fabrics (Goretex), H&M, Hallotex, Hanes, House of Denim Foundation, HSBC, I:CO, ILO, Inditex, Intersport, ISKO, Istanbul Apparel Exporters’ Association, Jeanologia, Kering, KiK, Landes Global, Lenzing, Levi’s, Li & Fung (Fung Group), LVMH, Macy’s, Mammoth, Mango Materials, Manor, Marks & Spencer, Metsä Group, Migros, Missguided, Mistra Fashion Future, Myntra, Nanushka, New Look, Nike, Only, Orta, Pacific Jeans, Parsons, Patagonia, PETA, PILI, Primark, Princess Gruppen, Procter & Gamble, PVH, Radia Group, Redress, River Island, Roadster Life Co., Sateri, Sedex, Solvay, Southern Tide, Soorty, Stella McCartney, Texaid, Tex Alliance, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Timex Garments (Pvt) Ltd., Tintex, Tirupur Exporters and Manufacturers Association, TK Maxx, Topman, Topshop, Uzbek-German Forum for Human Rights, Vaude, VF, Walmart, Wrangler, Zara, ZDHC, Zebra, and more.
In the news this week: Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Ali Enterprise, Ambercycle, American & Efird, Anthropologie, Applied DNA Sciences, Better Work Jordan, BEXT360, C&A Foundation, Calvin Klein, Carve Designs, CO, Colorifix Limited, Cotton Campaign, Edwards Garment, Ethical Fashion Group, Express, Fairtrade, Fair Wear Foundation, Farfetch, Fashion for Good, Fashion Revolution, Fast Retailing, Fat Face, Filipa K, First Gawon Apparel, Gap, Global Fashion Agenda, Global Organic Textile Standard, Greenpeace, H&M, Hanesbrands, Hermes, Hugo Boss, Icebug, ILO, Inditex, IndustriALL, International Labor Rights Forum, Jeanologia, Kering, Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, Lazy Oaf, L Brands, Lenzing, Little Yellow Bird, LVMH, Louis Dreyfus Company, Macy’s, Mango, Marks & Spencer, Monsoon Accessorize, Next, Nike, Nordstrom, Organic Basics, PETA, Prada, PrimaLoft, Primark, Prodigy Textiles, Silk Inc., Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Target, Tchibo, The White Company, Topshop, Under Armour, The Boston Consulting Group, Tommy Hilfiger, Tyton Biosciences, Unifi, Uniqlo, Unitedtex Overseas Garment Factory, Veerah, VF, Walmart, Worker Rights Consortium, World, World Fairtrade Organisation, Zambesi, Zara ZDHC, Ziran, and more.
In the news this week: Adidas, Aizome Bedding, Algiknit, Anthropologie, Applied DNA Sciences, American National Standards Institute, Arvind, Asket, Better Cotton Initiative, BioGlitz, Birdsong, Burberry, Bureau Veritas, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, C&A Foundation, Calvin Klein, Cencosud Paris and Johnson, Cencosud Supermercados, Changing Markets Foundation, circular.fashion, Clean Clothes Campaign Germany, Columbia, Deutsche BekleidungsWerke (DBW), Express, First Gawon Apparel, FLOCUS, Frumat, Gap, Good on You, G-Star Raw, Hanes, Icebreaker, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh, International Labour Organisation, Joe Fresh, Kampagne für Saubere Kleidung, Kathmandu, Kering, Levi Strauss & Co., Licensing Essentials, Loblaw, London College of Fashion, Madness Sport, Mango Materials, Marmot, Mavi, Mistra Fashion Future, Modern Meadow, Myer, Nano Textile, New Balance, Newcell, Nike, Orange Fibre, Oxfam, PAPTIC, Patagonia, PlanetCare, PolyOne Corp, Provenance, Puma, PVH, Rana Plaza, Rent the Runway, Reverse Resources, Royal Spirit Group, Scalable Garment Technologies, ShareAction, Standards Alliance, Style Lend, Tchibo, Textile Exchange, Tommy Hilfiger, United States Agency for International Development, Vegotex, VF, Volcom, WORLD, Yeezy, Yongo Europe, and more.
In the news this week: Abbas Apparel Garments, Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas by Stella McCartney, Aldi, American Eagle, Aquafil, Artistic Fabric & Garment Industries, Artistic Milliners, Asos, Atlantic Mills, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Bazaar de Luxe, Benetton, Berto, Burberry, C&A, C&A Foundation, Calik Denim, Canopy, Canatiba, Carrefour, Clean Clothes Campaign, Community Clothing, Co-Seek Garment Co, Ltd., CottonConnect, Country Road, Denim Expert, El Corte Ingles, Esprit, The European Outdoor Group, Everlane, Fair Labor Association, Fast Retailing, Finisterre, Forever 21, Gaia & Dubos, Galleries Lafayette, Gap, Garmon, Global Denim, Global Witness, GreenScreen, H&M, Harrods, HBC, Hecho por Nosotros, Helly Hansen, Hugo Boss, I:CO, Inditex, INSEAD, Invista, JCPenney, Jeanologia, John Lewis, Kemin, Kik, Kraig Biocraft, Lane Crawford Joyce Group, Lenzing, Levi’s, Li & Fung, Lidl, Lindex, Lonsen, Marks & Spencer, MELA, Metalbottoni, maXhosa, MoLISA, nat-2, Neiman Marcus, Next, Nordstrom, Open Corporates, Orta Anadolu, PETA, Phannatiq, Prada, Primark, Rana Plaza, Rent the Runway, Right-on, Ripso, Ruyi, SA Clothing and Textile Workers’ Union, Sainsbury’s, ShareAction, Shima Seiki, Stand.earth, Sundried, Sweaty Betty,Takko, TAL Group, Tchibo, Tejidos Royo, Tesco, Tommy Hilfiger, Topshop, Transfar, Transparency International Bangladesh, Triarchy, Tyton BioSciences, Ubuntu Made, UN Global Compact, United Nation, Veja, VF, Walmart, Zara, Zvnder, and more.
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.