GERMANY INNOVATION // NEW BUSINESS MODELS Baltic Fashion // Baltic Vision


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INNOVATION // NEW BUSINESS MODELS

   The fashion market has always been international and it was one of the first industries to outsource production to low-wage countries. Today the
   drivers for fashion companies are digital technologies, social media and consumers use to buy everything online and also to participate in the design
   process. But also sustainability issues are challenging the fashion companies for how to do business and the term slow fashion has emerged as a new
   concept.


ENTRIES FOUND FROM
   NEW BUSINESS MODELS GERMANY
Deutsche Institute für Textil- und Faserforschung Denkendorf
A new design, production and sales process based on the internet
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Lebenskleidung
An organic fabric agency
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The Upcycling Fashion Store
Berlin's first concept store for upycling fashion
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   NEW BUSINESS MODELS ESTONIA
Trash to Trend
An innovative platform bringing textile leftovers back into the production cycle
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   NEW BUSINESS MODELS SWEDEN
Uniforms for the Dedicated
A playground of creative talent
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WHAT'S BEHIND INNOVATION?

The idea of this section is to give examples of innovations, all to be found within fashion and textile companies around the Baltic Sea.
This section presents example of new BUSINESS MODELS with special relevance for small and micro enterprises.

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