This year SCOOP decided to make something different, in a time of the year where we feel we need to give more and be more grateful, in a special time of the year when we feel loved and surrounded by kindness and warmth, many people can’t feel the same and have no one to turn to.
We are so happy to announce that our very own collection first upcycling collection GAYA is traveling the world! The collection photoshoot was made in Brazil and had a familiar face BEA who is the face of this collection and owner of the brand LACE & SPICE.
SCOOP is an apparel manufacturing company, distinguished by the human factor of vast experience and dedication. SCOOP thinks globally and acts locally, guiding its conduct, managing its impact and continuously improving through an integrated system of five norms on social responsibility, quality, health and safety, environmental liability and innovation. Scoop is currently certified by Bureau Veritas on, SA8000, ISO9001, OHSAS18001, ISO14001 and NP4457 SCOOP is also a member of BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) and a participant member of the United Nations Global Compact, promoting and taking action on responsible production, sustainability and climate change.
Scoop was @ Sourcing Magic a world renowned fashion trade show created for influential fashion retail decision makers and world top fashion brands to connect and share their businesses.
Scoop has recently had the honor of participating in ESAP's annual NURSEID week. ESEP, School of Nursing of Porto, one of the most esteemed nursing schools in Portugal invited Scoop and specifically our CEO Mafalda Pinto to speak at the research conference.
SCOOP a textiles company from Famalicão, known for manufacturing sportswear, has set up a biological garden to supply its own canteen. The goal is to contribute to the healthy eating of its employees and also to economic and environmental sustainability.
Last Tuesday (06-02-18) Kequyen Lam (cross-country skiing) and Arthur Hanse (alpine skiing) travelled to PyeongChang, where they will be representing the Portuguese flag from the 9 of February until the 25th at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, in South Korea.
In the Black & White Era, men would hold the biggest positions within the textiles industries and women would work home and take care of children. Slowly this reality changed and women started conquering their space in these industries through marriage, heritage or even their own mindset.
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