Future Projects

Future Projects

As soon as the bikini production in Bali is well equipped and everything is running smoothly, I would also like to support my home country Bangladesh and start a family business there.

The average wage for an employee in the textile industry in Bangladesh is around 80 euros per month - something we can hardly imagine.

Bangladesh is one of the low-wage countries that can no longer feed its population through agricultural production alone. In order to survive, the population is therefore dependent on jobs in industry.

Despite the often poor conditions in the garment industry, many workers prefer it to employment in agriculture, as working conditions in agriculture are usually even worse. There are around 3.5 million textile workers employed in Bangladesh, 80 percent of whom are women. Up to 20 million people, about one eighth of the population, are directly or indirectly dependent on the textile industry. The good thing is that the economy has improved greatly in recent years. More children can go to school, there is less hunger and more jobs.

It is important to me to be able to help a small group of people in Bangladesh and give them a better life. The second production facility in Bangladesh will enable us to increase bikini production and expand the product range.

Bangladesh would be primarily intended as a destination for plus size, girls' swimwear and summer dresses.

- Noora Kazi