BIPOC & Women-Owned Suppliers

We value the importance of ethically sourcing products for our clients, and we believe working with BIPOC-owned and women-owned suppliers plays a huge role in this. We’re committed to building diversity in our supplier base and will continue to update this list as we grow these partnerships.

Fossa Apparel Logo

Women + BIPOC-Owned

When Judy and daughter Michelle founded Fossa in 2007, their mission was to introduce trendy, retail-quality apparel to women and men in the corporate world. With more than a decade building a household name, while collecting multiple accolades along the way, Fossa’s family-owned business has become one of the most desirable apparel companies in the promo industry.

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Kahawa 1893 logo

Woman + BIPOC-Owned

Kahawa 1893’s founder Margaret Kemunto Nyamumbo is on a mission to empower women farmers. After witnessing the effect under-compensation had on women farmers first-hand, Margaret embarked on a journey to help Kenyan and Rwandan women by sourcing directly from their farms and giving back through financial aid and direct tips.

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Cuyana logo

Women + BIPOC-Owned

Cuyana (meaning “to love” in Quechua) co-founders Karla Gallardo and Shilpa Shah are passionate about intentional purchases and woman empowerment. Since Cuyana’s inception in 2011, the company has been on a mission to encourage buyers to choose quality over quantity: fewer, but higher-quality items they will cherish for a longer time span.

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Flip and Tumble logo


Stanford colleagues and designers Eva Bauer and Hetal Jariwala teamed up with a mission to solve real world problems with functionality and design. Flip & Tumble offers its customers a variety of lightweight, long-lasting, and ethically produced reusable bags, perfect for life on the go.

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Melrose Place logo


Melrose Place delivers its customers the finest, unique athleisure. By cutting, sewing, and dyeing their pieces in small batches, they have perfected tees, sweatshirts, and joggers in true California fashion.

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Paravel logo


Paravel co-founders and avid travelers Indré Rockefeller and Andy Krantz personally experienced the lack of options for sustainable luggage, so they took matters into their own hands. Named #1 best luggage for traveling in 2021, among a myriad of other high accolades, Paravel has succeeded in creating attractive, eco-friendly travel accessories for nomads worldwide.

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