to create a consciously more luxurious everyday life has just begun. We've been inspired by what we've learned and motivated by the progress we've made - and we know we'll continue to make progress. We believe that transparency is an important first step in this process and to this end we are opening up the world of Lenoite so that we can share our progress with you.
We have divided our sustainability program into four key areas
We still have a way to go but hope you want to join us on our journey.
People have been at the heart of why Lenoites was created. We want Lenoites to have a positive impact on every person who comes into contact with the brand - from the people in China's mulberry fields to our headquarters in Sweden. Autonomy is an important value and we at Lenoites strive to value every moment.
We know that manufacturing in all industries will always have an impact on our environment. We are passionate about innovation and are committed to making improvements at all levels of the business. Our aspiration is that we should positively contribute to, rather than take, from the earth.
We are proud that many of our products can be loved and appreciated for a lifetime, while at the same time we feel the importance of explaining what happens to the products "afterwards". We will continue to work with high-quality natural material. In this way, as many products as possible can ultimately be broken down and leave as little footprint as possible on our earth.
Our business strategy focuses on sustainable development. We will always strive to optimize our production and operations so that we can best reduce the footprint we make on the planet.
Progress, not perfection
We are not perfect but we are proud of how far we have come so far considering we are a young company. Above all, there is the commitment, which means that sustainability will always be an important part of us. We will always look for the most sustainable ways and we are optimistic about the future. We think it's important to be transparent about the challenges and issues our industry faces even though we're a small company in this big world.