i-did launches factory to improve circularity and scale social impact
i-did has today launched its new textile recycling factory in The Hague, the first of its kind in world to bring a fully circular textile chain under one roof. The launch is an exciting milestone for i-did which has been a partner of IKEA Social Entrepreneurship since 2016.
For better everyday lives
InclusionSocial entrepreneurs give people the opportunity to play an active part in society through jobs and income opportunities.
EqualitySocial entrepreneurs business that look to change the situation for people not being treated equal, especially in status, rights and opportunities - allowing them to make a decent living.
LivelihoodWith increased inclusion and equality comes a better change of dignified life, where people have the possibility to provide for themselves and their families in a sustainable way.
This is how we work
We team up with civil society organisations to support established social entrepreneurs to increase their impact.
Collaborating with social entrepreneurs to produce unique items and develop services for IKEA – is the way we contribute to creating jobs for those who need them the most.
Where we operate
Exclusion and inequality are global challenges. Our ambition is to operate in all regions to create a better everyday life for as many people as possible.