Made from Good Moral Fibre - Samantha Jones and Hannah Duder

September 22, 2016

 

How much good can be done with a business? Today’s interview will make you rethink the role of the clothes on your back, as well as the role of business in general. Co-founders of Little Yellow Bird, Samantha Jones and Hannah Duder, design and produce uniforms in a way that sets the standard for ethical, sustainable textiles. When they say their clothes are sustainably and ethically-made, they really mean it.

 

In this interview:

 

Why connecting clothing makers to clothing wearers is at the cornerstone of LYB’s model.

 

How Samantha and Hannah’s different skills and matching values dovetailed perfectly into this business.

 

How they’ve created a business that is successful and thoroughly socially minded.

 

Find out more about Little Yellow Bird here: https://www.littleyellowbird.co.nz/

 

Great news for any Aussie or international companies looking for fantastic, ethical uniforms – this New Zealand-based company is more than keen to work with you! Get in touch with them if you’re in the market for custom uniforms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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