My grandpa called it common sense. Today, it's often called CSR.
Indiska has since its launch in 1901 dealt with sustainability issues from different angles. “My grandpa called it common sense. Today, it’s often called CSR”, says Sofie Gunolf, CEO at Indiska, introducing the company’s new site, We Fight for Change , where you can follow the family company’s work to maintain and improve a sustainable development. Indiska wants to play the leading role and set an example for the industry.
Indiska are working with six major issues for achieving sustainable development: water, health, partnerships, environment, education and fair trade. The purpose of the site is to bring awareness to the company’s sustainability journey so that the customers can follow the work towards long-term changes. Indiska’s love for India is the foundation and motivation for wanting to make a difference.
As transparency and traceability are cornerstones of more sustainable fashion, Make it last embraces the initative. Read more here.
Words by Hanna Karlsson
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