Grant for shopping route planner for sustainable fashion Cosh!
Article by Caitlyn Terra
Cosh (conscious shopping made easy) has received an amount of 15,000 euros from the City of Antwerp. This was reported by the City of Antwerp in a press release.
This grant is for the further development of the online platform. "Antwerp attaches great importance to sustainability. That's why we encourage and support creative ideas that get to work on this topic," says Tom Meeuws of the City of Antwerp.
Cosh! Offers a platform where consumers can put together a route planner for shop addresses with sustainable fashion. The selection can be made on the basis of style, clothing size, budget and sustainability requirements. The platform also provides information about the brands and their ethical and ecological efforts.
In addition to online, Cosh! can also be seen offline. The retailers who participate can be recognized by the Cosh window sticker. A passer-by can scan the QR code on the sticker and thus see the sustainability characteristics of the brands in the shop.
Interested retailers who want to join Cosh! can register with the company and shoppers who do not want to miss the launch of the route planner can register via the website.