Thank you for using Manufy!

We work hard every day to realise sustainable European textile production, without you this would not be possible.

This t-shirt was created in collaboration with our preferred supplier Lupré from Croatia. We believe that only a truly transparent clothing industry can set in motion a sustainable transition in the sector. That is why we want to show you what processes take place in the production of just a ‘simple t-shirt’ like the one you are wearing today!

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Manufy is a fast growing start up, based in Amsterdam and Groningen.

We aim to accelerate the sustainable transition of the textile industry by making it possible for brands to produce locally with sustainable manufacturers.

Currently we have just started to earn recurring revenue and are at start of an exciting year ahead to become profitable.

This journey is a lot easier with the help of investors and other industry professionals that have experience in the fashion industry.

Are you such a person and would like to know more about our company and team?

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The Manufy team

Why is it important to source locally?

The fashion industry is well known for its glitz and glamour, but the truth behind it is not so fabulous. The garment sector is the second-largest polluting industry in the world and is responsible for creating 10% of the world’s carbon emissions and producing nearly 20% of the world’s water waste.

The customer is becoming more aware of the dirt behind the industry, and sustainability has become a must when deciding what to consume. We want to make the way towards sustainability easier for fashion brands and therefore created Manufy. As a brand it can become quite a difficult task to get a grasp of a good and trusting manufacturer. We believe that this needs to change.

Sustainability however is a word with many perspectives. As a “sustainable” production platform, we are aware of our responsibility towards people and planet. For us, sustainable corporate governance means doing our utmost best to create a better solution, but it goes much further.

We put sustainable pioneers in the industry in the spotlights, promote sustainable product lines and match conscious brands with sustainable manufacturers. Our aim is to create journey profiles based on sustainability performance, philosophy of the companies and eventually to create a system build on transparency, trust and traceability.

Who is Lupré?

Lupré company is driven by the belief that #handmade products can be as trendy and fashionable as items that are mass-produced, but waaaaay much cooler.

We specialize in handmade and custom production, after which each product can become unique, personalized, and adapted to your visual identity – you as a customer.

Our team, although relatively small, can fulfill even the greatest wishes. It is made up of young and motivated individuals – who choose products carefully, who perform services precisely, who always approach you from the human side, who sincerely advise you and create a better working environment for everyone with you!

Without a lot of philosophy, the vision of the whole story aims to – provide the best possible and comprehensive service, develop successful collaborations, and create a community full of inspiration, good energy, and positive experiences, both for us and for the client.

Meet the teams

Lupré Manufy

Industry Vision

Our vision is to provide the industry with fair fashion products where brands and manufacturers collaborate to produce long lasting and minimal impact garments. In 2030 we aim to close the loop and become the first platform that offer circulair solutions. Our mission is to value sustainability between brands and manufacturers to create a more fresh and honest life cycle.

We harness the power of collaboration. We belief in the principles that fashion is not only for big players on the market. Every brand or supplier has a voice. Together, we have to compete with quality, deliver times and sustainability. Let’s break the generation gap, stop pointing fingers to other stakeholders in the chain, and make a change.