We on media

MYOMY, Published on 23 August, 2021
MYOMY production trip Bangladesh and India
Samakal, Published on 02 June, 2021
সঙ্গী ব্যাগ
CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Published on 02 October, 2020
Success during the COVID-19 crisis: How 2 companies are moving forward
The Business Standard, Published on 03 August, 2020
Crossing boundaries with Gootipa’s leather goods
Australia Awards, Published on 07 July, 2020
Fair trade entrepreneur in Bangladesh responds to COVID-19
Ministry Of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands, Published on 23 April, 2020
Dutch bag brand sets up Fairtrade production in Bangladesh
The Daily Star, Published on 14 February, 2020
GOOTIPA: MOVING TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE FASHION
The Daily Star, Published on 14 February, 2020
Start-ups: By the young and the brave
Bangladesh Brand Forum, Published on 15 January, 2019
Turning Passion Into Business
The New Age, Published on 28 October, 2018
IN THE EYES OF YOUNG GENERATION : Bangladesh today and tomorrow
The New Age, Published on 28 October, 2018
Taslima Miji: uber cool entrepreneur on the block
The Daily Star, Published on 20 October, 2018
The year without Baishakh and Eid.
Future Startup, Published on 27 May, 2013
Taslima Miji Shares Her Story And Insight For Entrepreneurs

Blogs

Leatherina awarded Guaranteed Membership of WFTO

Leatherina Ltd was awarded guaranteed membership of the World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO) in March 2021. This membership comes as a mark of social and environmental commitments demonstrated and implemented by the company. It has become ever more critical for businesses to visualise a sustainable future while setting the organisational mission and vision. And team Leatherina has done just that.

There Is No Climate Justice Without Fair Trade

The international community must confront trade injustice, enforce transparency and accountability in supply chains, and secure climate financing mechanisms, living incomes and wages for the world’s smallholder agricultural producers, artisans and workers in order to successfully address the climate crisis and guarantee a sustainable future for all, the world’s leading Fair Trade organizations announced today.

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Leather and Footwear SMEs

The leather industry is the second largest earner of foreign currencies of Bangladesh after RMG. In order to exploit the country’s full potentials in this sector, the Bangladesh Government identified leather as a thrust sector for export. Ample supply of hides and skins, their fine grain pattern, uniform fiber structure, and competitive labor cost contribute to the overall competitiveness.

Leatherina launched the pilot project “Mission Zero Waste”

Responding to the critical needs of the corona virus pandemic, Leatherina dived into researching facemask materials, and experimenting with protective, convenient and breathable designs, in the first weeks of the outbreak.