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This white paper explores the role of women in the jewelry supply chain and the challenges they face to their well-being and advancement.
This report examines the opportunity to expand financial inclusion for women in India’s garment sector by increasing women’s access to and use of mobile financial products and services.
How can traditional luxury brands adapt and stay relevant? These two rules describe desirability for products and services in terms of both demand and supply.
Here are five key findings from the 2016 AIM-PROGRESS Member Benchmarking report on the state of supply chain sustainability in the fast-moving consumer goods industry.
Here's how apparel companies can take action to promote women workers' well-being and economic empowerment.
This business brief proposes three areas where apparel companies can build from a strong foundation to better drive improvements in outcomes for women workers and promote women’s economic empowerment around the world.
This report highlights findings from a recent study that explored how companies can trigger behavioral shifts that enable more sustainable lifestyles, grow demand for more sustainable products, and create business value.
BSR’s HERproject conducted this scoping study to provide a snapshot of the buyers, factories, and other stakeholders active in the apparel industry and identify key trends and approaches for their operations in Ethiopia.
Many apparel brands are starting to source from sub-Saharan Africa. Here's how they can embed responsible business practices and advance women's economic empowerment from the beginning.
By integrating sustainability into product and marketing strategy, multi-brand companies can reap societal, environmental, and financial benefits.
This brief highlights how companies in the apparel industry can approach women's economic empowerment in sub-Saharan Africa and shares impacts of the industry on women in the region.
In a new values-driven consumer context, luxury fashion leaders would be well served to focus on two levers for longer term, sustainable growth: creativity and purpose.