How brands and retailers can get involved
We believe that deepening partnerships with all actors, including global brands and retailers (and their intermediaries), is the only way to reach systematic change in global supply chains. International global brands and retailers sourcing products from factories contribute much to the success of the Better Work programme by helping to drive improvements among their suppliers. Likewise, Better Work can give global brands and retailers a one-stop shop for progress in their supply chain conditions with a focus on broad, lasting changes.
Read more about our engagement with brands and retailers or contact us at [email protected]. You can also get touch directly with our focal points for brands and retailers for each country programme (see below).
How factories can get involved
Better Work is dedicated to improving working conditions and business competitiveness in global apparel supply chains. In order to achieve this, the programme works to improve conditions in individual factories while also leveraging our learnings for policy change at both the national and international levels. Factories can enrol directly with our country programmes in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Haiti, Indonesia, Jordan, Nicaragua and Vietnam. Our Factory Service Package is paid annually and includes advisory services, industry seminars and training courses and one assessment per cycle.
Learn more about our factory services or get in touch with our country programmes directly.
Attend our events
Our 2020 events are listed below. Please check back regularly for updates.
- Better Factories Cambodia Forum
February 18th (postponed)
- Better Work Jordan Multi-stakeholder Forum (Amman)
- Better Work Vietnam Business Forum (Ho Chi Minh City)
- Better Work Asia Regional Forum (Bangkok)
March 12th and 13th (postponed)
- Better Work Bangladesh Business Forum (Dhaka)
- Better Work Indonesia Business Forum (Jakarta)
Week of October 26th
- Better Work Global Business Forum