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The brand has an ethical code which includes sustainable issues and a verified paid social security contribution.
Leap Concept allows smart working to its employees depending on their needs.
It recognizes paid free time to its employees for their private life.
The brand organizes webinars and meetings about sustainable topics such as climate change and gender equality in order to educate its employees.
Its value chain from raw materials to packaging is completely Made in China, while its logistics is made in Spain.
Its production is made in Hangzhou, China.
About raw materials the brand uses Cashmere (GCS), Wool (RSW) and Yak taken from UPW (https://www.upwhk.com/sustainability).
About packaging it uses only recycled and FSC Paper from EW Labels (http://www.ewlabels.com/Content/804379.html).
The development activity is made with materials already in stock in order not to waste new materials.
The brand has visited almost all of its suppliers in order to be fully aware of the working conditions of its workers.
The brand gives information to its customers on how to take care of the knitwear products.
Leap Concept works with Shokay organization (https://www.shokaytextiles.com/community-development), which returns 1% of the yak revenue back to the nomad communities in the Himalaya mountains.
The brand has also participated in the charity group Tikani helping communities in countries located in Latin America. (https://tikani.org)
Value Chain Knitwear
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