Their Stories

These are the stories of the people behind the scenes of our cashmere operation. Our business is family-owned, and we treat every single one of our workers like family. Thanks to our AAA graded cashmere products, We are truly changing the world with our world class cashmere, by providing fair opportunities to workers in Nepal.

Many of our Nepali workforce have been with us more than 10 years. We sponsor all their higher education costs after 3 years of employment. Further, we are proudly employing both men and women with wages more than enough to support their families.

Our success allows the children of our workers in this developing country to go to school instead of going to work manual labor jobs - a sad reality for some families in Nepal, struggling to get by. We believe everyone should be given an opportunity to learn a skill, and do good work in order to open up new possibilities in life.

These are the stories of the people whose lives we've changed through our cashmere.


“I have worked here for 3 years now. I wish to become a banker, and because this job sponsors my education, I don’t have to worry about the additional cost of going to private college. My education is fully sponsored.”

A young Nepali woman is folding a bright green scarf before it is packaged for sale
Middle-aged Nepali Man facing us, standing proudly fbetween two power looms where cashmere is woven


“ I haven’t switched my job for 11 years now as this job is not only the source of my livelihood but also we work together as a family. In these 11 years, I have watched my kids and my colleagues kids grow, move on in their career. I can send my kids to a private school… It gives me immense joy to see my kids go to good school. Growing up, we never got an opportunity to educate ourselves.”


“As a woman in Nepal, I was only offered opportunities that paid me below the minimum wage. I am a single mom, and I was doing 3-4 jobs a day to be able to put food on the table for my kids. I have been very fortunate enough to have this job at the cashmere factory, as it allows me to afford my kids' education in a private school now, and I don’t have to worry about how to feed them every day.”

A cashmere weaver looks up and smiles as she works weaves fabric at a handloom
A young Nepali woman organizes rolls of threads as she prepares a jacquard loom for cashmere production


“I am the eldest daughter of my family, and I have financial responsibility towards my parents and my 4 siblings. I came to the capital of Nepal in search of an opportunity that would allow me to afford for my family back home. This job afforded my parents health care cost and now my siblings are able to go to a public school. This job allowed me to change my family’s lifestyle. They never have to see poverty like I did.”


“It’s been 11 years since I started working here. This job allowed me not to have to send my kids to work. I was paid enough to send my kids to engineering school and nursing school. And now, I am a mother of a Nurse and an Engineer.”

A Nepalese Artisan holding a near-finished green shawl with measuring tape wrapped around her neck

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