New consultancy firm launches to debunk myths about ethical jewellery  

New consultancy firm launches to debunk myths about ethical jewellery  

Victoria Waugh, formerly the face behind Fairtrade’s work on gold, has teamed up with supply chain traceability expert, Vanessa Brain, to provide tailored consultancy services to jewellery and fashion businesses, in a language that’s easy to understand. Launching ahead of the Fair Luxury conference next week, the duo will work collectively with jewellers and manufacturers to help them understand their footprint on the world and grow a profitable, sustainable businesses. Services offered by the duo via an agency named V&V will include support to identify supply chain risks, source responsibly produced materials, meet certification or legislation requirements, and better communicate with customers. Story continues below Advertisement Co-founder, Victoria Waugh, shares: “During my eight years working on Fairtrade Gold I met lots of businesses struggling to improve the way they work But it doesn’t have to be difficult or take a vast amount of time and money Working responsibly, whether that’s understanding where your materials. More

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