The foundation of our philosophy

”Meeting the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”

Our Common Future / Brundtland Report (1987) United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development

Our vision is to be a leading sustainable apparel manufacturer.

Vert’s CSR foundations focus on benefiting three main groups:

  • Employees
  • Community
  • Consumers

Benefiting employees

Employees are the foundation of any company. Vert has a detailed, process-driven training program for its employees and remunerates them well above the industries’ average.  Vert avoids overtime in its production planning to ensure well-energised, quality-conscious workers produce the required quality without affecting their families and social lives.

Benefiting communities

In the district of Tan Yen, in Bac Giang province, Vert has adopted a community-conscious approach that engages both individuals and organizations. We provide gifts to the children and families of our workers on holidays and hold an annual charity at Tet (Lunar New Year). More than that, we work with the local Trade Union to keep our workers abreast of their rights and responsibilities as well as with other groups to enhance Vert’s role and relationship with local people and to build capacity and knowledge that can be used in their daily lives. Vert will continue to play an active role in the Tan Yen community and seek new opportunities to do so. Not only to help people, but to enhance their ability to help themselves.

Benefiting consumers

Vert’s awareness of sustainability through the use of organic materials such as cotton, hemp and bamboo has guided both its business and CSR journey. We strive to use choices that minimise the environmental impact, ensure the continuation of family businesses, and make a recognizable impact on the world of today and tomorrow. The company’s future-focused vision, alongside its now-driven perception have upheld its guiding principle “meeting the needs of today, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”