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Vote For Vita Talie to win the FedEx Small Business Grant

Vita Talie has entered the FedEx Small Business Grant competition and we need your support! 10 small businesses will be awarded money and FedEx supplies to support their daily operations. The grand prize is $25,000 and $7,500 in FedEx supplies! If awarded, we plan on using the grant towards: Quality Control: Shipping samples, materials and fabric to and from Ghana is costly. We currently use FedEx for all our shipping needs, as it is the most reliable when shipping internationally. Artisan Support: We would like to strengthen our global network by continuing to have the best communication with our artisans on the continent and sustain fair wages. Customer Reach and Base: We aim to market our brand to new consumers...

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Fashion Revolution Day: Who Made My Clothes?

On 24 April 2013, 1133 people were killed and over 2500 were injured when the Rana Plaza factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Social and environmental catastrophes in our fashion supply chains continue. Fashion Revolution says enough is enough. -FashionRevolution.Org Since its inception, Vita Talie has been dedicated to ethical fashion. We believe in fair wages and good quality working conditions for apparel and accessory producers. We encourage all consumers to ask the important question, "Who made my clothes?" We are constantly brainstorming about how to make our supply chain ethical and environmentally friendly. Today, we stand as an active brand in this movement to help change the face of fashion by supporting the human rights of the lives that make our dreams and clothes...

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