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From refugee to entrepreneur: What it takes to build a global business like Kowtow

Posted 8 months ago in Small business by Andrea Silvers
Posted by Andrea Silvers

What does it take to build a global business? Having a global mindset. That’s what worked for Gosia Piatek, founder of Kowtow.

Kowtow is fashion label known for its effortless style. Their mission is to create certified organic, fair trade clothes that are ethically and sustainably made from seed to garment.

Gosia’s experiences as a refugee have given her global perspective and helped shaped her business into an international endeavour – part New Zealand wholesale, part global wholesale, and part online retail.

Find out what drove Goisa to create Kowtow

3 comments

Judy Wang
December 19, 2017 at 11.08 am

A very lovely & inspiring piece of article to read. Can’t wait for second part. Have a Merry Christmas.

Karen Fleming
December 20, 2017 at 5.11 am

Excellent article, very inspiring, we get lost in the busy work and taking a global approach, while focusing on how things work and the people that make it happen, looking at the whole, outstanding!

John
April 25, 2018 at 6.23 pm

Great article

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