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Organic Exchange Europe to support textiles market
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Jan '08
Organic Exchange (OE) is pleased to announce the opening of our European office with a focus on expanding, connecting, stimulating and supporting the market for organic and sustainable textiles in Europe.

OE will be partnering closely on key elements of our efforts in Europe with MADE-By. Together we feel we can offer a more complete portfolio and be more responsive and proactive with apparel brands, retailers and suppliers in growing the market. This effort is also generously supported by ICCO and Solidaridad, two EU-based development organizations and longtime partners of Organic Exchange.

OE Services:
In 2008, we will offer three types of services to help brands and retailers develop their organic business as well continuing to provide our member services.

• Open Trainings for brands/ retailers and suppliers. These trainings will be designed and delivered with MADE-BY and will be held 4 times a year in key European market countries. They will be open to anyone who wants to learn about the subject. We will offer a basic training for those new to organic and sustainable textiles as well as a more advanced training for those who already have experience with organic fibres during each session.

Training 1. Amsterdam on March 3rd 2008. SAVE THE DATE. And invitation will be sent out shortly.
Training 2. Germany on April 8 - 9th 2008. SAVE THE DATE. Details to be announced soon.
Training 3. UK on June 9th - 10th 2008. SAVE THE DATE. Details to be announced soon.


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