SourceN is Textile Exchange Technical Partner.

Testimonial By SourceN

“This year’s [2010] conference in NYC exceeded my expectations, the networking opportunities are invaluable. 
Last year I received a comprehensive introduction to organic processes and procedures.  This year, the move by Organic Exchange to Textile Exchange added to that knowledge by providing credible information on a variety of sustainable textiles.” 

Lori Ott | Director of Global Product Development & Sourcing, Disney Consumer Products

“The step by Textile Exchange to expand their scope beyond an organic focus to a broader sustainability platform has positioned the organization to be a key strategic resource for the industry.  The informative seminars, the industry connections, and the knowledgeable staff made the New York City conference a very valuable experience for anyone looking to address sustainability for their organization.”

Patty Reber | Director, Raw Materials Development, Apparel & Accessories, Target Stores

“H&M has been a member of Textile Exchange since 2003. We do not purchase the raw materials used in our products but we want to limit their negative social and environmental impacts. Textile Exchange is an external expert who supports us with important knowledge on how to reduce these impacts.”

Jenny Blockert | CSR Product Coordinator, H&M

"The 2010 Sustainable Textiles Conference in NYC successfully launched the Textile Exchange, and provided insight into the important evolution for the organization. Feedback from attendees across the value chain, media, academia, and trade organizations reinforced the vision that Textile Exchange is perfectly positioned to support the development, growth and integrity of the global sustainable textiles industry."

Eraina Duffy | Sustainable Materials Research, Nike, Inc. Textile Exchange Board Chair

“It was a pleasure to meet you at the TE Conference NYC.   I enjoyed the conference.  There were good speakers and my take away from the event was very positive.  I found plenty of information that can be implemented back into our internal teams at PUMA.  The other brands I interfaced with seemed energetic and like PUMA, interested in working together on broader supply chain sustainability initiatives.”

Todd D. Ellis | Group Head-Strategic Initiatives | International Footwear, PUMA