The platform for a sustainable supply chain
Consumers think differently today than they did a just few years ago. They value the positive feeling of wearing fair clothing – and so they attach increased importance to transparency along the entire supply chain.
That’s why sustainability is becoming more important in supply chain management too. With know your stuff, you’ll attract customers to your brand and create transparency throughout your supply chain.
Fair fashion made easy
From the fibre to the end product
Learn in the video why complete transparency in supply chain management creates real added value
Your advantages with know your stuff
Efficient supply chain management
know your stuff ensures complete transparency along the supply chain, while highlighting improvement potentials and consistently achieving them
Enhancing brand value
know your stuff makes your involvement in sustainable clothing activities visible – which has a positive impact on your company’s image
Total supply chain transparency
know your stuff provides reliable answers to the who, what, where, and when in the production process of your clothing, and we respond to every question about the story of how your garments are created
know your stuff provides simple, direct access to the complex world of sustainable textile manufacturing.
Consumers can simply scan the QR code in the store or in the online shop, immediately showing them the journey the piece of clothing has taken – without having to download an app or register online. This is how know your stuff offers easy access to feeling good.
Lots of leading standards and certificates are already available on the market to help consumers make up their minds.
know your stuff isn’t about creating yet another new standard – it’s about making this information visible and doing it right where the customer needs it: when buying their clothes.
The certificates are supplemented with authentic photos and background information about the production companies involved – so customers can be informed on the spot about the history of their piece of clothing.