Revolver World went to its first Greenbelt festival last weekend – and what a blast! Over a blustery, sunny weekend, we enjoyed some great music (anybody else see Royksopp on the Saturday?) and some fascinating talks from all of the guest Speakers.
We’ve been selling our new ranges of Fairtrade T-shirts and Hoodies – the hoodies were literally flying off the racks! – and a couple of our promotions went down so well we’re considering extending them to online sales as well.
It’s been a long time coming, but they’re finally here: Revolver World is proud to announce the launch of its new range of organic Fairtrade T-shirts!
The 100% Organic Fairtrade cotton T-shirts are available in four colours: écru, blue, red and black. Don’t panic, we’re also catering for all body sizes – Small, Medium, Large and XL. You can find more information on the Products page, along with more photos of the T-shirts and purchase information.
Just in time for the launch of our Fairtrade organic T-shirts into Mid Counties Co-Ops, our new web site is up and running.
There’s a good dea of information on here already, but we have loads more planned. Subscribe to the Revolver World RSS feed to make sure you miss none of it.
The RW Team
Article author: Ebude Mbong, Revolver World, 4th of November 2009
In the UK we are currently paying twice as much as we could on imported goods such as coffee and bananas, and the underlying reason may be surprising to some.
Research on immigration and prices in the UK indicates that immigration reduces the average price growth of non-traded goods and services. Moreover, for goods and services produced with low wage, labour intensive technologies, immigration decreases the growth rate of prices. In particular, the paper shows that an increase in the immigrants-natives ratio of one percentage point would lead to a 0.2% decrease in prices of such services. This reflects the occupational distribution of recent immigrants, whereby they concentrate in low-wage occupations in labour intensive sectors.