Towards Circular High-Visibility Apparel

On 16th of March this year Assembled Threads hosted just a few State Government Ministers including the Acting Premier James Merlino and Minister for Employment Jaala Pulford MP. The Hub had been discovered by the Moonee Valley City Council and the local Minister, Danny Pearson and we welcomed more government representatives. 

As we showed them around the Hub they met our skilled sewers Thi and Zeina who are working on our recycled hi-vis vests and showed them around our Hub.

Doing events like these are important to us as a start-up.  After a successful pilot we know we offer a viable business model and a supported career and training pathway for our sewers.  Now we are building those key connections that every successful business needs – relationships with our local and state government which can lead to successful partnerships.  

Thank you to Moonee Valley City Council which nominated the Assembled Threads Hub as a potential location for this great event.

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