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Bay Street Bull - Women of The Year (WOTY): Kathy Cheng, Redwood Classics Apparel

We are so proud to announce that our Founder and President Kathy Cheng has been named to the inaugural Women of the Year list from Bay Street Bull! From Olympic athletes and tech startup founders to social impact champions and business changemakers, our their 2021 guide features 37 impressive leaders who are making a difference, both individually and as a collective.   Congratulations, Kathy! Read her full profile on the Bay Street Bull website here: https://baystbull.com/women-of-the-year-2021-kathy-cheng/

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Chatelaine Magazine: Why Isn’t More Clothing Made In Canada?

Time for a quick experiment. Get up, walk to your closet and read the labels on every piece of clothing you own. Chances are, made-in-Canada pieces comprise no more than 20 percent of your wardrobe and likely even less than that. Thank you to Chatelaine for covering this important topic in their print edition, and for including Kathy Cheng and Redwood Classics. You can read the full article here: https://www.chatelaine.com/style/fashion/made-in-canada-clothing/

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PromoKitchen Podcast: Redwood Classics' Made In Canada 10-Year Impact Report

Kathy Cheng, Ashley Chan and PJ Tang from Redwood Classics Apparel, Jasmin Bollman from Misfit Marketing Consultancy and Katie Motta from Shift Circular join PromoKitchen Chefs, Johanna Gottlieb and Kate Plummer to dive deeper into the launch of Redwood Classics' made-in-Canada 10-year Impact Report. They cover what it means to be sustainable, what a circular economy is, why women led businesses are important, and dive deeper into their work and advocacy.  Listen to the PromoKitchen podcast here: https://www.promokitchen.org/podcasts/redwood-impact-report  Read about Redwood Classics' Impact Report here: https://bit.ly/2QfRilt 

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