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November 24, 2015 1 min read

Umar Qamar talking to Cass Business School Students about his UK Based Startup Hoodini.

He wants to make garments out of Leftover (Excess) fabric that are often dumped in the landfills across Pakistan. He envisions Hoodini to become an "Ethical & Sustainable Version Of Primark" as he genuinely believes that no one should pay huge premiums for sustainable clothing. 

According to a recent report by The Ethical Fashion Forum, vast majority of people are willing to buy sustainable garments but they don't just because they simply can't afford them!


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