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How One Upcycling Social Enterprise Built a Global Partnership with Gucci
'I was a Sari' is an award-winning social enterprise that takes used saris and deadstock, and turns it into beautiful clothes, accessories, and more. This circular economy business has scaled to global enterprise, its work is worn by celebrities around the world, it is consistently featured in news and media, and is now in partnership with one of the world's most iconic fashion brands: Gucci.

More important than its accolades is its impact: I was a Sari employs over 170 artisans, over 50% which were never employed before. In doing so, they create jobs for women from disadvantaged parts of India and give them reliable, flexible work hours so that they - and their families - can thrive.

Join us to hear from 'I was a Sari' co-founder and CEO, Stefano Funari, as he shares:
+ How 'I was a Sari' built a corporate partnership with Gucci
+ How Gucci and 'I was a Sari' continue to partner to foster innovation and provide value to each other
+ How corporations are changing their views on social responsibility, and how this creates more opportunities for social enterprises to grow


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