Where Does It Come From? in Forbes!

We’re delighted that Forbes have featured Where Does It Come From? and our founder Jo Salter. The article talks about our work to connect customers with their clothing through the traceability code we put on the label, our projects with social enterprises and our use of ecofriendly materials and processes. You can read the article at This Fashion Brand …

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Cover Girls for International Women’s Day – Minnirella Magazine

Minnirella Magazine featured an interview with Where Does It Come From? founder Jo Salter for International Women’s Day 2022. Jo was also on the cover, alongside supplier social enterprise founders Shailini Sheth Amin of Moral Fibre Fabrics and Karuna Futana of Gram Sewa Mandel. You can download a copy of the magazine from the Minnirella …

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Talking Consumerism – Interview on Voice of Islam Radio

Our founder Jo Salter joined host Sufyan Farooqi on The Voice Of Islam Radio for his ‘Pathway to Peace’ show to discuss the topic of consumerism. Discussion covered some fascinating topics, including how people are hooked in by marketing messages which promise that a particular product will make their life better, as well as the impact …

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Featured in the NatWest COP26 video

We were delighted that Where Does It Come From? was featured in NatWest bank’s video created for COP26. As one of the key sponsors NatWest were highlighting their climate related goals, including their small business accelerator for climate focused businesses. This video was shared widely during COP26, including on the conference’s social media chanels.

Rated by Ethical Consumer Magazine

We’re delighted to have been highly rated by Ethical Consumer Magazine. Following extensive research into alternative clothing brands, Where Does It Come From? was rated joint third highest, across a number of categories. The categories included climate change, environmental reporting and human rights. The article also mentioned our reporting and gave us a ‘best buy’ …

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World Fairtrade Organisation (WFTO) Panel Session on ‘Climate and Fashion’

Where Does It Come From? founder Jo Salter joined key experts on Climate and Fashion for the WFTO panel session on Climate and Fashion in October 2021. Chaired by Matteo Ward, fellow panelists were Delphine Williot of Fashion Revolution, Mimi Sewalski of Avocado Store and Selyna Peiris of Selyn. You can watch a recording below:

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