How do you navigate the path towards sustainability when you need to juggle vast amounts of information as well as people spread around the globe? We suggest a three-phase approach that balances short-term goals with long term visions and is fair, inclusive, holistic and hyper-conscious of the role brands play in the convoluted fashion system.
Collaborative Production is a term we often use at SupplyCompass for several reasons. We explain why this mode of working goes far beyond the traditional model, by stressing communication and workflows that produce the most efficient, sustainable results for everyone involved.
Systems thinking is an approach — or philosophy — to problem-solving that views ‘problems’ as part of a wider, dynamic system. We break down why the fashion industry needs to be viewed through a systems thinking lens and our role as a business and enabler.
Co-founder and Head of Product Flora Davidson spoke with digital agency, Tivix, about how SupplyCompass first built their product and the lessons they’ve learnt along the way.
Our moodboard feature isn’t a moodboard as you know it. You can use it not just as a collaborative inspiration sharing tool, but also as a sourcing pack with your factory, for sharing and commenting on quality assurance images, and to gather and share customer feedback with your factory!
As a brand, you want to deliver your customers the best quality product at an affordable price point, yet you also need to make sure it can be a profitable line for your business. Products need to fall into a specific RRP price point, so finding ways to maximise your margin needs to come from the design. Here we look at 5 top tips to help you maximise your profitability.