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  • Pioneer of recycled polyester fabrics in India. Yes Fashions is the largest manufacturer of recycled polyester wovens in India. Strategic Partners with Polygenta Technologies & Reliance Industries.
  • Weaving: Zero Liquid Discharge Water Jet Weaving Facility.
  • Air Emission: Electro Static Precipitator (ESP) to ensure that stack emissions are as per European levels.
  • Processed Water being discharged at government-approved Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP)
  • Yes Fashions is the only Indian polyester supplier to be registered on all 3 Global platforms for Environment sustainability. HIGGS Index, ZDHC Gateway, Bureau Veritas : Environment Emission Evaluator,
  • OEKO-TEX standard-100 certified.
  • 100% change over to Bio-fuel from coal fired boilers by end of 2023.

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Environmental Sustainability

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Corporate Social Responsibility

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Skilling and Training

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Employee health and wellbeing

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Fair and Respectful workplace

Sustainability Certifications

Good Business Lab

Good Business Lab (GBL) is a labor innovation organization focused on using rigorous research to build the business case for worker wellbeing. GBL and Yes Fashions have collaborated on various projects across four focus areas of a worker's employment journey.

  • Building Holistic Health – Addressing physical and mental health challenges to enable workers to thrive
  • Closing the Skill Gap – Training workers and managers in the skills they need to progress in their careers
  • Improving the Work Environment – Designing a safe and supportive workplace to improve the work experience
  • Unlocking Female Labor – Improving the engagement and retention of women in the paid workforce

Environmental Sustainability

At Yes Fashions, we believe in responsible business growth by integrating environmental sustainability into the heart of our operations, at all stages of production. We improve our environmental performance through resource conservation and pollution prevention, so that we consistently achieve and operate at a higher resource efficiency.

Our vision is to be the most sustainable supplier of textiles and apparels for our customers.

Our strategy is focused on:


Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement

P.A.C.E is GAP Inc.’s proprietary holistic life-skills training program for Female Garment Workers. The garment industry employs a majority female workforce. These women often lack access to formal education and training to progress personally and professionally. P.A.C.E. has been designed to allow them to unlock their true potential and fulfil their dreams. Yes Fashions was the first organization to run P.A.C.E. in its factories and has extended capsule versions of this program to key influencers in P.A.C.E. participants’ lives, including their male co-workers, supervisors and family members. Since launching in 2007, the program has expanded beyond factories to include women and girls in community settings.

  • Inception: 2007
  • Modules: Communication, problem solving & decision making, time & stress management, execution excellence, health, water, sanitation & hygiene, financial literacy, social entitlement
  • 60,000+ women trained
  • Train 90,000 workers under P.A.C.E by 2024

Awarded Gap Inc. P.A.C.E. Advocacy Champion Award in 2021 for amplifying our voice through media and news coverages, creating visibility and advocacy for Gap Inc. P.A.C.E. program

  • Increased confidence and self-esteem
  • Stronger communication skills
  • Greater financial awareness and goal setting
  • Likely to get promoted up to three times quicker
  • More likely to save for their children’s education
  • More likely to take advantage of state-sponsored pension and health schemes
  • More likely to enroll in further skill development courses


Supervisors’ Transformation into Change Holders
  • 6-month training
  • 24 modules
  • 45 factories
  • Trained close to 1,400 supervisors and enrolled more than 50 percent of supervisors in STITCH since 2017.
  • 100% of supervisors will be covered by 2024
  • GBL’s research shows that STITCH enhances supervisors’ stock of soft skills, reduces turnover, and increases the workers’ productivity in their lines, thus raising incomes and the probability of receiving incentive bonuses. Know more about STITCH

Skill Development

Since 2013, Yes Fashions has been establishing training centers across the country to skill and increase the employability of rural populations, with a focus on increasing female labor force participation.
We have established partnerships with companies like Tata Steel Foundation and Spark Minda and have set- up centers under government schemes such as Scheme for Capacity Building in Textile Sector (SAMARTH) and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDUGKY).

  • 120+ training centers across India
  • 33,000+ women trained since 2013

Human Rights

Our ambition as company is to have a positive impact on human rights through job creation and advancement, especially for low-income women, and through development of communities where we operate. However, as a company with a workforce of over 100,000 people, we are aware that to ensure the security of human rights, we must put in place rigorous prevention and remediation systems.

Corporate Social Responsibility

The intent to invest in the development of communities and protection of the environment has been intrinsically woven into the corporate ethos of Yes Fashions since its inception. Over the years, we have been consciously developing our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives which are guided by the following core commitments:

  • To contribute to social, economic, and environmental development initiatives in the communities in which we operate and the society at large
  • To ensure all CSR initiatives undertaken by us have a long-term sustainable and positive impact on marginalized populations

Our initiatives are based on needs assessment, and consultation with communities and local governments.

Our focus areas and key initiatives:
  • Education – Supporting school infrastructure development and undergraduate scholarships
  • Community infrastructure – Benefiting communities with infrastructure such as public toilets, and bus shelters
  • Drinking water – Provision of RO water plants and storage tanks at public places
  • Welfare of migrant workers – Supporting migrant workers with psychological, social and informational services
  • Environmental protection – Increasing the green cover with park development and tree plantation
  • Health – Providing women’s health information and services, including sexual and reproductive health and psychological wellbeing services
  • Research & Development – Collaboration with academic institutions and non-profit organizations for research on Industry 4.0., economic policy, and worker wellbeing in labor-intensive industries