The 10 anniversary questions – Peter Midtgaard

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THE 10 ANNIVERSARY QUESTIONS – PETER MIDTGAARD

– Written by Maja Lidegaard, A dedicated writer for The Organic Company.

Tomorrow we celebrate – we celebrate our ten year anniversary. Many years have gone by, and a lot has happened since the early rise of The Organic Company. TOC has in the last decade undergone a big change, from being a one person company with CEO Joy Vasiljev alone at the helm, to a small successful company with three owners who all wishes to offer the best GOTS certified textiles to customers worldwide.

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How to reverse a deep rooted throw away culture (ENG)

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HOW TO REVERSE A DEEP ROOTED THROW AWAY CULTURE

– Written by Maja Lidegaard, A dedicated writer for The Organic Company.

With a deep rooted knowledge that good business equals responsible business, The Organic Company strive to be a role model for other companies, so more will follow the same road towards responsible business behavior, where profit and sustainability goes hand in hand. And before it all sounds a little too self-righteous – we outline that business is business. As all other companies we need to make a profit in order to exist.

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The 10 anniversary questions – Joy Vasiljev

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THE 10 ANNIVERSARY QUESTIONS – JOY VASILJEV

– Written by Maja Lidegaard, A dedicated writer for The Organic Company.

As The Organic Company leaves its first decade and enters a new, a lot of experiences and knowledge has been gathered by CEO Joy Vasiljev. With a bag full of zest for life, Joy takes on the task to spread the fact, that ecology and business goes hand in hand and that you do not have to choose one from the other.

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Why The Cloth may be even nicer … (ENG)

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Photo: Rakuten Global Market & Musubi London

風呂敷

I’ve heard that young hip Japanese people are using the furoshiki again. The ancient tradition where a piece of cloth is used both as wrapping and as a small bag. Yes, I thought to myself. It makes so much sense. Let me tell you about it …

Wikipedia: if you like the historical part, (you see, furoshiki is approx 1300 years old): Furoshiki (風呂敷) are a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth traditionally used to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods.

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Hvorfor The Cloth måske er endnu skønnere end du lige ser (DK)

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風呂敷

Jeg hørte i denne uge at unge hippe japanere har taget furoshiki op igen. Den ældgamle tradition, hvor et klæde bruges som indpakning og som lille taske. Yes! tænkte jeg, det giver så god mening. Og det skal jeg fortælle dig om…

Wikipidisk fakta (engelsk) – hvis du er til den historiske del (furoshiki er nemlig et ca. 1300 år gammelt fænomen):
Furoshiki (風呂敷) are a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth traditionally used to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods.

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Design with dignity

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DESIGN WITH DIGNITY er en dokumentarfilm som ‘giver et helhedsbillede af, hvordan designeren har både ansvar og mulighed for at spille en positiv rolle, når et nyt stykke tøj udvikles og sættes i produktion.’
Fagfolk, tekstilarbejdere og slutbrugere bidrager til denne vigtige film som er produceret af Clean Clothes Campaign Danmark
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