Baby Yak CAAD

A Mongolian Cooperative taking traceability to a new level.
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A Cooperative where semi nomadic herders are involved fully in the process of creating high quality products from their own raw wool.

A very positive and new perspective on giving the power back to the growers of wool in Mongolia, by giving them the freedom to create and manage their own production system which highly depends on all the unpredictable factors the climate and environment throw at them. These herders are involved in the washing, dehairing, spinning, and making of their orders. Through a collaboration with designers in the capital of Mongolia, they are making the finished pieces in the country side which for Mongolia is a very unusual advantage for them. In Mongolia 98% of the manufacturing happens in the capital of Ulaanbaatar and the transportation and energy involved in transporting heavier weights of unwashed and untreated wool can be a small nuance in the supply chain. Collaborating with nomads on a personal basis will also evolve their knowledge and help bring about a positive change in the future of the industry at grass roots level. But also on an ethical and sustainable level - buyers will be able to learn the limitations and capacities of the makers and understand how design can be a powerful approach to reciprocate what the harvest has given them.

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Being in the middle of what I see is a broken supply chain where the top 5 areas for 2024 that brands need to look into are supply chain I feel I am right where I am supposed to be and my back ground has brought me to the forefront of this new movement of change. 

Through co-creation and collaboration we can establish and aim to meet your needs of raw materials and the needs of the suppliers and growers through a genuine process of transparency, even if you are experimenting with the idea of story telling and new fibres.

Through my own experiences in Asia in all manners of production and from meeting a wide variety of different people in manufacturing and sourcing since the inception of my brand in 2013, I have found that my strength has been from carving out my own niche through an understanding and ability to work across all levels of manufacture - but most importantly seeing things from both sides of the supply chain.
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