Mart Drake-Knight co-founded the pioneering circular and sustainable fashion brand Rapanui with his brother in 2008.
In 2014, based on the knowledge from that experience, they launched Teemill, a free-to-use open access ecommerce and supply chain platform that lets anyone in the world connect to a circular supply chain and start creating and selling circular products.
Teemill works with more than 10,000 brands globally, including NGOs and businesses, media, online content creators, influencers and side hustlers. Its users include Greenpeace, WWF, BBC Earth, Google, Selfridges, Fortnum and Mason, and Lush. All its products are designed to be sent back when they are worn out so they can be turned into new products using their innovative Remill process.
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