Who's taking part?

An initiative like Relooping Fashion requires companies from across the entire value-chain to work closely together. Click on the logos below to read more about each company’s role.

Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd – the leading research and technology company in the Nordic countries developing new smart technologies, profitable solutions and innovation services.

The Helsinki Metropolitan Area Reuse Centre, a non-profit organization working for the benefit of our community.

TouchPoint, a forerunner for sustainable corporate work wear. Aims to help companies to take steps towards ecological solutions by terms of responsibility, ecological design and supreme service.

Seppälä, the most extensive Finnish fashion chain with over 100 stores in Finland and Estonia. Aims to build a sustainable business model for the fashion industry. Together with the customers.

Pure Waste, a textile recycling and manufacturing company offering ecologically sustainable fabric alternatives made 100% out of recycled textile waste.

Ethica is a business development consultancy specialized in circular economy. Ethica’s Design for Circularity (D4C) framework brings circular thinking into the core of business strategy and R&D.

Work is supported by Tekes – the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation; “Circular Economy of Textile” –project is part of Tekes’ Green Growth program.

SUEZ, an environmental services and solutions company providing its customers (local authorities, industry and consumers) with concrete circular economy solutions.

RePack, a company offering sustainable packaging system for online retailers and shoppers whereby delivery packages can be conveniently and easily returned, and then re-used.

Lindström offers textile services, such as rental workwear, to companies in Europe and Asia. Our service makes our customer’s everyday life easier and provides the best value on the market. 

This is a great example of the brilliant opportunity that the Circular Economy brings to European businesses. By creating new technology and innovative products for the future, we promote competitiveness and sustainable growth.
— Vice-President Jyrki Katainen, European Commission - Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness