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GlobeIn collaborates
with partner groups around the world

150
Cities and villages
43
Countries
5 479
Artisans
Ark of crafts
• Turkey
Kazi Goods
• Rwanda
Giftsland
• Nepal
Studio Abdeslam
• Morocco
Turqle Trading
• South Africa
Matr Boomie
• India
Dean's Beans
• Peru
Oaxaca Basket Weavers
• Mexico

GlobeIn uses
the Fair Trade system

GlobeIn is a member of the Fair Trade Federation (FTF), a trade association
of fair trade businesses fully committed to equitable and sustainable trading partnerships. FTF supports members
in order to grow the global movement
of trade that values the health of the planet, and the labor, dignity, and equity of all people.

You do not need to have
a specific Fair Trade membership
or certification
to partner with us, as long as your organizations embodying FTF principles

1

Create opportunities for economically and socially marginalized producers

2

Develop transparent and accountable relationships

3

Build capacity

4

Promote fair trade

5

Pay promptly and fairly

6

Support safe and empowering working conditions

7

Ensure the rights
of children

8

Cultivate environmental stewardship

9

Respect cultural
identity

Interested in becoming a partner?

Fill a simple form and our Impact Director will contact you soon

become partner

How we work

We have clear payment
structure

Payment 1

30% Production

30% of total cost is paid to artisans immediately after an order is placed to cover production costs.

Payment 2

30% Shipping

30% of total cost is paid once goods are produced (handwoven, etc.)
so they may be packaged, prepared, and shipped.

Payment 3

40% NET30

40% of total cost — the final payment — is made 30 days after the goods are delivered to GlobeIn

How to become
a partner

1
Apply to become a partner
2
Pass review of the FTF principles
3
Negotiate about purchase
become partner

We make real impact

In 2019 we launched the Artisan Fund as a way to go above and beyond a traditional maker-buyer-seller relationship and to create a holistic initiative to support these incredible communities more directly.

For each fund, we collaborate with the supplier partners to understand where the money will be best spent, research how to make the initiative happen, and then raise the donations for them; each fund is unique to the supplier requests. 100% of the donations go directly toward community workshops, trainings, and health sessions—no strings attached.

January and July

Basket Weavers
in Oaxaca, Mexico

Products acquired

$327,968

Artisan fund contribution

$2,895

February and August

Bolga Basket Weavers in Bolgatanga, Ghana

Products acquired

$170,852

Artisan fund contribution

$4,190

January and July

Detail Artisans in
Northwestern India

Products acquired

$451,303

Artisan fund contribution

$3,635

April and October

Glassblowers in
Tonalá, Mexico

Products acquired

$355,926

Artisan fund contribution

$2,975

May

Ceramicists in Safi,
Morocco

Products acquired

$104,406

Artisan fund contribution

$1,080

June and December

Seamstresses in Accra, Ghana

Products acquired

$64,768

Artisan fund contribution

$3,270

November

Ceramicists in Marrakech, Morocco

Products acquired

$235,030

Artisan fund contribution

$2,040

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