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Sustainability Monitor

Sustainability Monitor specialises in sustainability in the global fashion industry.


Sustainability Monitor (previously known as Good Brands) analyses sustainability in the global apparel industry.

As recently founded start up, Sustainability Monitor are a multinational group of consumer analysts who met when working at global advertising agency, Bartle Bogle Hegarty. Ten years later, their interest in sustainability, fashion and global research brought them together to form Sustainability Monitor.

Currently, they are developing a comprehensive database of sustainability claims made by global apparel and retail companies. This work will drive their analysis and research publications.

Check out the EP 2015-16 case study here.

Rewards 2017-18

10-week internship, where one student will be responsible for undertaking research and report writing. This will involve collecting, collating and analysing data relating to sustainability in the apparel industry, and using this data to inform and publish reports.

You can view the 2016-17 internship case study here.

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2016/17: An internship focused on undertaking collecting, collating and analysing data to create report on sustainability in the apparel industry.

2015/16: One student will gain the chance to undertake work experience, focused on collecting, collating and analysing data from published sustainability reports.


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Last Updated: 22/08/2017