At a time when one in two workers wears a uniform, work clothing represents an intimate link between an organisation and its employees.

It helps to rally and strengthen employees’ feeling of belonging to the company culture. Making the employee an active player consists first of all in listening to their needs, analysing the constraints of their workstations and involving them in all the concerns of a new collection. With this in mind, CEPOVETT offers exclusive solutions in collaboration with the users of its clothing.

Second-hand clothing, a market with a promising future

The second-hand market recorded almost 10 billion euros of turnover in France in 2021, largely driven by online sales platforms such as Vinted, Vestiaire Collective, Vide Dressing, etc.
This eco-friendly, money-saving responsible consumption trend accelerated during the health crisis, fuelled by a change in mindset, where consumers are encouraged to take on more sustainable purchasing habits. Buyers are driven by numerous incentives, and even if one of the most important is related to money-saving, there is a clear notion of "object circularity" that appeals in particular to the new generation. By diversifying their product offering, textile brands are testing a new way of creating value without producing, by promoting related services, whilst illustrating the strength of their commitments to sustainability. An initiative that businesses are in the process of fully integrating.

  • Clémence NUTINI
    "Nespresso has been taking action promoting the circular economy for 20 years. Moreover, the company is increasing the proportion of recycled materials in all areas: in its machines, its capsules and its Coffee Specialists' uniforms. Thanks to the partnership with CEPOVETT, we're able to offer these meaningful tote bags to our Boutique employees. For us, this is a structuring element for involving all our employees in our circular economy initiatives."
    Clémence NUTINI
    Responsable Développement Durable Nespresso France
  • Gaelle Le Vu, Orange France

    "Environmental issues and our actions in the circular economy form one of the main areas of our strategic plan. Our image-building outfits are part of this approach: we favour outfits made from certified raw materials. By collecting and then recycling them, we can turn them into new products for us to re-use."

    Communications Director, Orange France
  • "Recycling is essential to reducing our impact on ecosystems. Here we manufacture technical and ethical clothing, we measure the benefits of our programmes on overall quality, both economically, socially and environmentally, on a daily basis."

    Olivier CUA
    Managing director, Epsilon
  • Père Pedro

    “I thank all of those who have welcomed me with so much respect and in a fraternal spirit and who have generously given financial support to allow us to continue this miracle at Akamasoa for 24 years. With these donations, we can offer the children of Madagascar a better future and we can involve them in protecting our planet.”

    Père Pèdro
    Priest and founder of the Akamasoa association



For many years, CEPOVETT Group has placed sustainable development at the heart of its business strategy, operational processes and systems, underlining a commitment to socially and economically responsible occupational clothing.