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TBFI launches 4th mentorship programme

The Bridge Fashion Incubator aims to promote sustainable fashion.

In a bid to promote sustainable fashion, Singapore-based The Bridge Fashion Incubator (TBFI) has launched the fourth round of its mentorship programme.

"As a nation, Singapore is strategically driving sustainability across all key national industry verticals: education, energy, housing, transportation, and manufacturing. TBFI plays its part in this national endeavour by focusing on transforming the fashion industry through good design, disruptive innovations and improved business practices, effectively driving sustainability across the entire fashion value chain. Our incubation programme has been designed to infuse aspects of sustainability across the entire mentee journey, so they can be attuned to the evolving environmental expectations from their consumers, their communities and nations worldwide," said TBFI senior director Benoit Valin in a statement.

The programme connects early-stage entrepreneurs with industry leaders, investors, brand building exports, and innovation and technology specialists.

The brands Eden + Elie, Feedelon, Kmana, Modern Capsule, Revery.AI, Sage & Ylang, She Period, and Werable will participate in the current round.

The mentorship programme will span four months.

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