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  • 1. Overview of Innovasians Limited April ‘10 ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 2. Agenda Background to Innovasians Who we are Textile products Non-textile products Product focus Current Business Model General Global status ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 3. Agenda Background to Innovasians Who we are Textile products Non-textile products Product focus Current Business Model General Global status ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 4. CARBON FOOTPRINT A carbon footprint is “the total set of GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions caused directly and indirectly by an individual, organization, event or product” (UK Carbon Trust 2008). An individual, nation or organization's carbon footprint is measured by undertaking a GHG emissions assessment. Once the size of a carbon footprint is known, a strategy can be devised to reduce it. Carbon offsets, or the mitigation of carbon emissions through the development of alternative projects such as solar or wind energy or reforestation, represent one way of managing a carbon footprint. Source: Wikipidia ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 5. ECOLOGICAL OR ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT The ecological footprint is a measure of human demand on the Earth's ecosystems. It compares human demand with planet Earth’s ecological capacity to regenerate. It represents the amount of biologically productive land and sea area needed to regenerate the resources a human population consumes and to absorb and render harmless the corresponding waste. Using this assessment, it is possible to estimate how much of the Earth (or how many planet Earths) it would take to support humanity if everybody lived a given lifestyle. Every year, this number is recalculated - with a three year lag due to the time it takes for the UN to collect and publish all the underlying statistics. Source: Wikipidia ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 6. POPULATION Source: Pachamama Alliance – Awakening the Dreamer ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 7. RESOURCES Source: Pachamama Alliance – Awakening the Dreamer ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 8. WHAT ARE WE DOING TO OUR WORLD? 85,000,000 plastic bottles used every 3 minutes (National Geographic) 260,000,000 tons of plastic produced per year – only approx 5% gets recycled 2,000 times more energy is needed to make/ship bottled water than tap water ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 9. FACTS ON PLASTIC ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 10. FACTS ON WASTE IN HONG KONG 45 hectares newly allocated to Landfill (2009) Green groups – Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace state recycling and green legislation is overdue ……………. ? ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 11. InnovAsians Ltd. Hong Kong. All rights reserved ENVIRONMENT “It has been estimated that up to one sixth of all child fatalities and disease can be attributed to environmental factors.” Health European Commission “82% of surveyed landfills had leaks.” green101.experience.com “People living near solid waste landfills where gas is escaping have a four-fold increased chance of bladder cancer or leukemia.” New York State Department of Health ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 12. InnovAsians Ltd. Hong Kong. All rights reserved FACTS ON TEXTILES 10% of all agricultural chemicals and 25% of insecticides are used to grow cotton It takes almost 1/3 of a pound of chemicals for just ONE T-Shirt Seven of the fifteen pesticides used in cotton are considered “possible”, “likely”, “probable” or ‘known” human carcinogenic (acephate, dichloropropene, diuron, fluometuron, pendimethalin, tribufos, and trifluralin) ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 13. Agenda Background to Innovasians Who we are Textile products Non-textile products Product focus Current Business Model General Global status ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 14. WHO WE ARE TODAY ? Private Limited Company Founded and owned by Lizette Smook We are a design, development and manufacturing company With roots in the suppliers of the raw material Through the manufacturing cycle Technical Expertise Traceability and Integrity ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 15. WHO WE ARE TODAY ? Focus on all aspects of sustainability from manufacturing – waste reduction, to biodegradable consumables Our staff : Technical experts Management of quality by monitoring & checking every shipment Work to design the best strategy on product and country sourcing for your business ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 16. WE SUPPORT A RESPONSIBLE Supply Chain: Corporate Social Responsible Fair-trade & FLO (Fair-trade Label) Ethical Safe Traceable & transparent ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 17. KEY ACCOUNTS ORLA KIELY EXQUISITE LIFE BOOGINHEAD KOKOPAX LOW-LIFE SIX-SENSES SHANGRI LA SWIRE TATA ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 18. HIRARCHY OF SUSTAINABILITY I N C PHOTO- DEGRADABLE R E A S OXO-DEGRADABLE E D BIODEGRADABLE C O S T BIODEGRADABLE & COMPOSTABLE ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 19. BIODEGRADABLE A process where, a substrate will degrade naturally, with the help of Biological elements such as sun-rays, moisture, microbes and enzymes. Once compost, this substrate will not pollute the soil by leaching toxicology elements as is present in Plastic or Paper products. In fact, biodegradable products will compost and fertilize the soil (organic-fertilizer)! ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 20. Agenda Background to Innovasians Who we are Textile products Non-textile products Product focus Current Business Model Current Global status ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 21. ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 22. WHY ECO-TEXTILES? Organically grown fibers: Have a limited environmental ‘footprint’ (renewable source, no pesticides) and reduces the impact on climate change (lower release of GHG emissions). Better ‘traceability’ (where does it come from?) Reduce the impact of non-renewable petroleum based synthetic materials (polyamide, acrylic, etc.) which creates pollution. International support from: Industry associations and NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) Companies Corporate Social Responsibility and Fair & Ethical Trade initiatives Green consumers group and growing public awareness Media coverage and lifestyle status symbols ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 23. WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS …? Alternative sources for fibers and materials Greener ways of growing and processing natural fibers such as cotton and ‘green’ products Developing fabrics that consume less energy for washing, drying and ironing Stimulating consumer demand for fair trade and sustainable textile products and materials Putting more effort and organization into the recycling of textiles and clothing ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 24. InnovAsians Copyright 2007. All rights reserved WHICH AVAILABLE ECO-TEXTILES TO APPLY? Organic cotton environmentally friendlier - no pesticides, or insecticides during the growing cycle. Hemp The ecological footprint of hemp is smaller than that of most other plants. Hemp plants grow very quickly and densely which makes it difficult for weeds to take hold, eliminating the need for artificial fertilizers. It requires no irrigation as it thrives on the amount of water in the average rainfall, and it is highly pest-resistant. Wool Factory-farmed sheep Then there is the matter of not bleaching the wool to get it white, or dyeing it. ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 25. InnovAsians Ltd. Hong Kong. All rights reserved WHICH AVAILABLE ECO-TEXTILES TO APPLY? Soy silk is made from the by-products of the tofu-making process. The liquefied proteins are extruded into fibers which are then spun, and used like any other fibers (woven, knitted, etc.). Bamboo is a highly renewable ‘grass’, it requires less water than cotton. It also has natural antibacterial properties and the fabric "breathes". The resultant cloth is biodegradable. Corn fiber Ingeo is created by extracting the starch and then sugars from corn, and processing them to make a fiber, which can be spun into a yarn or woven into fabric. …Other Eco-textiles include: Recycled Polyester fibers Fortrel EcoSpun™ (made out of recycled plastics), Milk Silk, Algae fibers (SeaCell) etc. ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 26. ALGAE – SEA CELL algae -the ingredients: minerals carbohydrates fats amino acids vitamins algae -the health-promoting effects: health- activates the cell metabolism re-mineralises the skin through the mineral salts re- anti-inflammatory and anti-pruriginous properties anti- anti- successfully applied in treatment of neurodermatitis and psoriasis protects skin from free radicals and harmful environmental impact impact detoxifying and purging effect on the human body due to the high absorbency and active ingredients of the seaweed beta-carotene contained in the seaweed is used in cancer treatment beta- ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 27. TEXTILES HOSPITALITY & RETAIL ECOKNIT TOWEL ROOM ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 28. TEXTILES BAMBOO TOWEL BIODEGRADABLE SPA UNDERWEAR STAFF UNIFORM ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 29. ROOM ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 30. InnovAsians Ltd. Hong Kong. All rights reserved ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 31. InnovAsians Ltd. Hong Kong. All rights reserved ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 32. InnovAsians Ltd. Hong Kong. All rights reserved ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 33. InnovAsians Ltd. Hong Kong. All rights reserved THERAPIST / STAFF UNIFORMS ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 34. FITNESS/LIFESTYLE/YOGA ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 35. BAGS ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 36. BAGS ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 37. ECO BAGS RPET BAGS 100% BIODEGRADABLE & COMPOSTABLE REUSABLE SHOPPING BAG (PLA) 210T OR 190T RECYCLED POLYESTER FOLDING BAG RECYCLED PET SHOPPING BAGS ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 38. RECYCLED PET BAGS WATER BOTTLES ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 39. ECO BAGS BAGS FROM RICE BAGS BAGS FROM EVENT BANNERS COTTON BAG CORNSTARCH BAG BAMBOO BAG JUTE BAG ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 40. BABY PRODUCTS DISPOSABLE BIODEGRADABLE DIAPERS FUNCTIONAL BABY BOTTLES ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd. RE-USABLE DIAPERS FROM RECYCLED PET
  • 41. Agenda Background to Innovasians Who we are Textile products Non-textile products Product focus Current Business Model Current Global status ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 42. ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 43. WHAT IS ‘PLASTIC’ ? Plastic: Any of various complex organic compounds produced by polymerization, capable of being molded, extruded, cast into various shapes and films, or drawn into filaments used as textile fibers. Webster's Dictionary ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 44. BIODEGRADABLE PLASTIC WASTE BAGS 100% BIODEGRADABLE SHOPPING & SANITARY BAGS RPET WOVEN BIODEGRADABLE RAINCOAT ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 45. WATER SOLUBLE PLASTIC BAGS LAUNDRY BAG DOG WASTE BAG SHOPPING BAG ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 46. CLING WRAP 100% DEGRADABLE PALLET SHRINK WRAP FILM ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 47. DEGRADABLE GLOVE FOR FOOD HANDLING & ETC SIZES : S, M, L & XL (per ISO Standard). THICKNESS : 10 micron. COLOUR : Transparent FUNCTION : Liquid Proof ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 48. CORN STARCH MATERIAL/HYDROPLASTIC ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 49. CORN STARCH MATERIAL/HYDROPLASTIC DAILY UTENSILS ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 50. CORN STARCH Natural starch-based material Targeted to replace certain plastic-ware 100% biodegradable, non GMO (genetically modified) Recyclable, waterproof, oil proof, and microwavable Competitively priced compared with materials of similar degradability and function including plastic raw materials ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 51. CORN STARCH PENS Corn fiber is both durable and highly sustainable ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 52. HOW ? ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 53. RENEWABLE RESOURCES ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 54. ‘COMPOSTABILITY’ ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 55. OXO-DEGRADABLE PLASTICS OXO-DEGRADABLE LUNCH BOXES OXO-DEGRADABLE UTENSILS OXO-DEGRADABLE HOT CUPS OXO-DEGRADABLE OXO-DEGRADABLE PP COLD CUPS OXO-DEGRADABLE STRAWS ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 56. OXO-DEGRADABLE OXO-DEGRADABLE EMBOSSED FOIL OXO-DEGRADABLE CUP CARRIERS BIODEGRADABLE CUP SLEEVES ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 57. STRAWS MATERIAL : PLA OR OXO-DEGRADABLE DRINKING STRAW WITH SHARP TIP FLEXIBLE STRAW STRAIGHT STRAW Size : Size : Size : 6mm*180mm 6mm*210mm 5mm*220mm ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 58. BEGASSE AND BAMBOO ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 59. RICE HUSK ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 60. E-LEATHER VARIOUS COLORS ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 61. Agenda Background to Innovasians Who we are Textile products Non-textile products Product focus Current Business Model Current Global status ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 62. CURRENT INNOVASIANS BUSINESS MODEL EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR: ‘DEVELOPMENT’ OFFICE: DEVELOPMENT’ • RICE HUSK • CORN STARCH AMENITIES • OXO-DEGRADABLE OXO- • BAMBOO TEXTILES • ECO-KNIT TOWEL ECO- • ORGANIC COTTON PRODUCTS • E-LEATHER • HEMP PRODUCTS • SOLAR • TATA MANAGE MANUFACTURING & SCM: DESIGN / DEVELOP: • KIEHLS • BABY BOTTLE • BOOGINHEAD • DISPOSABLE BIODEGRADABLE • ORLA KIELY DIAPER • KOKOPAX • DISPOSABLE BIODEGRADABLE MASK • LOW-LIFE LOW- • DISPOSABLE BIODEGRADABLE CD- CD- CASE • EXQUISITE LIFE • OTHERS… OTHERS… ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 63. Agenda Background to Innovasians Who we are Textile products Non-textile products Product focus Current Business Model Current Global status ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 64. ANTI-ENVIRONMENTAL PARADIGMS Crisis-Oriented Environmental Management: Environmental management hampers business performance. Businesses should not cooperate with the government or anyone else who detracts from the purpose of business: to make money Cost-Oriented Environmental Management: Environmental regulations are a cost of doing business, nothing more ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 65. CLOTHING AND FIBRE The majority of global consumers will pay more for clothes made from natural fibers such as cotton. Source: Global Lifestyle Monitor IV ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 66. THERE IS A CHANGE IN CONSUMERS LOHAS describes a > $209 billion U.S. marketplace for goods and services that appeal to consumers who value health, the environment, social justice, personal development and sustainable living. Originally identified by co-research conducted by Conscious Wave and The Natural Marketing Institute in 2000. Within the LOHAS market divisions are products and services that: • Improve health and safeguard eco-systems • Develop human potential • Reduce the use of natural resources • Purchases created or conducted in socially responsible manner ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 67. SURVEY “97% of respondents were pleased with the performance of recycled content products.” Buy Recycled Business Alliance ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 68. SURVEY www.pricegrabber.com ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 69. "Every time I've done the right thing for the environment, I've made a profit." Yvon Chouinard Founder & Owner, Patagonia Member #1 www.just-style.com ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.
  • 70. For more information please visit www.innovasians.com or contact lizette@innovasians.com ©Copyright InnovAsians Ltd.

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