By connecting consumers with workers, fashion retail brands enhance transparency and accountability in supply chain.
It is no secret that those working in the early phases of the fashion supply chain are among the most vulnerable in our global economy. An increasing number of brands are becoming aware of the social challenges in the supply chain and looking for ways to improve the conditions for their workers involved.
Tip-me.org was founded to support workers in the global supply chain. From those working in the fields harvesting the raw materials, to those working on the manufacturing sites. Their easy-to-integrate solution enables online customers to send a tip to the workers in the supply chain.
In collaboration with retail partners like Dawn Denim and Ethletic, their solution offers a plug-and-play solutions for brands and retailers that would like to go above and beyond to support the workers in their supply chain.
We warmly welcome you to meet and connect with Jonathan Funke, founder of Tip-me.org. In his webinar will take you on his journey as impact entrepreneur. In this live webinar he will take you on his journey as impact entrepreneur and share about the challenges he faced as well as vision for the future of fashion retail.
About Jonathan Funke, Tip-me.global
At the age of 17 Jonathan became involved in sustainable fashion. When he learned that only 3% of the price we pay for a t-shirt actually goes to the people that make it, he made it his life’s mission to change that. In 2017, he founded Tip-me.org, offering consumers the possibility to directly tip the makers of the products they buy online.
In August 2020 Jonathan Funke also shared his insights in this blog article.
The 30-minute presentation, followed by Q&A is especially interesting for:
> Brand owners
> Brand managers
> E-commerce managers
> Buyers/ procurement managers
> CSR/ sustainability managers
> And any other fashion professional interested in learning about how one company is building a fashion business built on with social and environmental sustainability at its core