Redress Rolls Out New Member Benefits to Support Local Designers
Redress has unveiled new membership benefits specifically geared toward creative entrepreneurs wanting to grow their business. The leaders of Redress recognized a need for more support for designers who create quality eco and ethical goods, and a growing desire from customers for access to such goods. They are utilizing their continuously growing network and extensive event-planning experience to connect these two groups and increase the market for responsibly-produced goods.
The membership program has two levels; Champion – for those interested in exclusive discounts and access to responsibly-produced goods; and Creator – for creative entrepreneurs wanting to grow their brand. A 50-percent off student discount and monthly payment plans are available for both levels.
The Champion level includes privileged shopping opportunities such as discounts from Creator-level members and discounts at Redress marketplaces and pop-up shops. It also includes discounted tickets to in-person events like the annual Redress Spring Fashion Show and Redress Eco-fashion and Textiles Conference and access to exclusive Members Only content and a bi-weekly newsletter with deals and opportunities.
For designers the Champion membership can take your brand to the next level. Over the next 18 months Redress has outlined a plethora of marketing opportunities for members – press releases, General Newsletters, featured blog posts, inclusion in gift guides, and social media mentions – with deadlines so that your business is constantly at the forefront of Redress’ worldwide network of eco-conscious enthusiasts. In addition, in-person connections at member socials, personalized connections to experts in the field, and access to exclusive Members Only content will keep you in the loop and in the know.
Joining the Redress movement provides individuals and businesses with a community of collaborative and trustworthy change-makers who are willing to share tips and resources. It also fills in a gap within the fashion industry: access to wearable, innovative, and responsible products. The Redress movement comes at a time when customers and designers are becoming increasingly more aware of how the future fashion and textiles industry will depend on responsibly innovating with limited resources
More information on Redress and the benefits of joining this fashion-forward movement can be found at http://redressraleigh.com/