Want to own part of an ethical shoe company, and help to launch a new range of high heeled shoes for spring 2016?
Po-Zu, which is currently ranked as the UK’s Number 1 Ethical Shoe Brand by The Ethical Company Organisation, is looking for investment to help it expand.
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A crowdfunding campaign that launched today – and that will run until 23 December – will help to raise funds to satisfy customer demand for an exciting new range of women’s high heels for spring 2016, as well as a new men’s premium range for next autumn.
It will also help to fund Po-Zu’s international expansion so the company can meet the needs of its growing global customer base.
Po-Zu is looking to raise £150,000; you can invest as little as £10 and some great reward packages are on offer.
After working in a number of footwear businesses, Po-Zu founder Sven Segal decided that there must be a better way to manufacture shoes than the wasteful, exploitative and polluting methods he had witnessed.
Sven launched Po-Zu with the intention of building a sustainable shoe brand with simple principles – ethical and stylish footwear, offering exceptional comfort.
Made without the use of toxic glues, all Po-Zu shoes, boots and sandals are stitched – and therefore made for disassembly and recycling. They’re made in partnership with an ethical factory in Portugal.
Po-Zu has already collaborated with renowned designers and with global brands such as Timberland, and has customers in the USA, Japan, Germany, Australia and New Zealand as well as the UK. Po-Zu boots are also about to star in a major Hollywood film franchise.
Po-Zu’s goal is to prove that premium fashion doesn’t have to compromise on comfort or environmental standards. The shoes are partly made from coconut husks that mould to the shape of the foot for exceptional cushioning, superb climate control and air circulation.
Click here to find out more about the Po-Zu crowdfunding campaign and how you can get involved.
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