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Who we are
Satori means a “sudden moment of awakening” in Zen buddhism. It symbolizes our vision to make the world more sustainable by accelerating the use of more sustainable materials within the fashion industry (2nd biggest polluter in the world, only after oil).
We’re a global B2B e-commerce marketplace, aiming to bring the entire textile material sourcing sector ($500B+ in annual revenue) from offline to online. The company is headquartered in Berlin, but global in operations.
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Our team have 100+ years of combine experience in business, sourcing, sustainability and tech
Consider myself a creative at heart who happens to work in business. Prior to co-founding Satori, I led the global marketing strategy for the Sales & Marketing practice at Bain & Co. Outside consulting, I spent 2 years at Zalando, one of the biggest fashion marketplaces in Europe.
I'm passionate about using technology and creativity to accelerate the global moment towards 100% preferred materials.
I’m the Technical co-founder of Satori. I spent the first 7 years of my career building digital products at Accenture and McKinsey.
In 2019, I co-founded a digital bank in the US (backed by Y Combinator). I'm passionate about using technology to make the fashion industry more transparent and digital.
What are considered "more sustainable" fabrics on Satori
Fabrics made from recycled fibers
- Recycled polyester
- Recycled nylon
- Recycled cotton
- Recycled wool
- Recycled textile
Fabrics made from (organic) plant-based fibers
- Organic cotton
- Regenerative cotton
- Linen, organic & conventional
- Hemp, organic & conventional
- Natural rubber
- Wood fiber
Fabrics made from responsible animal-based fibers
- Responsible wool
- Responsible cashmere
- (Organic) silk
- Responsible leather
Fabrics made from innovative materials
- Leather from mushroom roots
- Silk from spider webs
- Bio-based materials e.g. pineapple fiber, orange fiber, agricultural waste etc.
Deadstock & in-transition fabrics
- Unique, premium deadstock
- Materials made from “cotton in transition”
Fabrics responsibly produced
- Sustainable dye, less chemicals
- Sustainable energy
- Cleaning of wastewater
- Machinery with low carbon footprint
- Good working conditions/ social standards