We help brands in their sustainable innovation journey.
With a $3 trillion market size, the fashion industry is one of the world’s major manufacturing sectors, offering vast opportunities for positive disruption. Today brands and supply chain actors face the concrete task of finding and bringing to scale the innovation solutions that will enable the transformation to circularity and sustainability.
Although no universal and comprehensive definition exists yet for the fashion industry’s target state of sustainability, it’s becoming clear how the commercial and business benefits related to a long-term sustainability strategy are increasingly important to the point that those not ‘doing it’ will be left out.
At Fueled, we are committed to creating positive and transformative change and work with global fashion brands who understand that sustainable innovation is necessary to improve their long-term performance. By combining technical expertise, devising innovative solutions and applying digital strategies, we help brands make a first step towards sustainability, and define, achieve and communicate their goals and efforts internally and to consumers.
Designing and facilitating open innovation programs helping brands tap in a global network of innovators, creators and sustainability experts to co-create a sustainable future.
Curated knowledge days, to help decision makers up to get up to speed with the latest trends, innovations and sustainability practices.
Hands on workshops and retreats bringing a brand's leaders from different markets together on a cross-market “adventure” to share learnings, explore and put to the test new ideas to accelerate change.
Observe your market segment, discover the most relevant startups, keep an eye on their development for your company and learn from them where you can improve.
The fashion industry has now been mobilised and is beginning to take steps forward to change its practices and improve their environmental impact. 66% of fashion brands globally in 2018 had set multiple sustainability-related targets, up from 56% in 2017.
Source: Pulse of the Fashion Industry Report 2018