With solar power installations on factory roofs in Bangladesh, BESTSELLER will contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in textile factories producing clothes and shoes for the fashion industry.
The public and independent mediation and complaints-handling institution, NCP Denmark has rejected a complaint over BESTSELLER and acknowledges BESTSELLER's procedures for and work to ensure responsible production conditions in Myanmar.
BESTSELLER has signed a new agreement to develop a women empowerment programme for our suppliers in Turkey, building on the success of reaching the Fashion FWD target of empowering 100,000 women four years ahead of schedule.
As part of this year’s New Year’s gift, BESTSELLER and BESTSELLER Foundation have joined forces to donate DKK 3.5 million to Bangladesh.
Signatories to the former Bangladesh Accord have agreed to continue legally-binding commitments to workplace safety in Bangladesh and explore expanding the programme to other countries.
Having traced more than 22,500 styles in a consortium project, orchestrated by Fashion for Good, BESTSELLER is continuing its successful collaboration with innovator TextileGenesis’ blockchain tracing solution.