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  1. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT – BESTSELLER GOES CIRCULAR IN BANGLADESH

    BESTSELLER is piloting two major circularity projects, and one of them supports utilisation of its own textile cutting scraps, creating a valuable closed-loop system in a fully transparent supply chain.

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  2. BESTSELLER TRIALS BLOCKCHAIN TO VERIFY VISCOSE

    With today’s launch of an international traceability project using innovative blockchain technology, BESTSELLER intensifies its efforts towards a more transparent supply chain.

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  3. LIMITING COVID-19 IN OUR SUPPLY CHAIN

    BESTSELLER has joined forces with a German development agency to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading in Myanmar’s textile and garment industry.

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  4. BESTSELLER ANNOUNCES OLYMPIC HOPE 2020 NOMINEES

    BESTSELLER has selected three nominees with immediate Olympic and Paralympic aspirations for its annual Olympic Hope award.

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  5. BRANDS' COLLECTIVE EFFORT BOOSTS WORKERS' RIGHTS IN MYANMAR

    BESTSELLER is playing a central role in protecting the rights of supply chain workers in Myanmar’s garment and footwear industry by promoting freedom of association.

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