Viennese start-up allows refugee women work for totebags

The Viennese start-up Teenah, sustainable totebags produces, makes since at the end of 2017 for the employment of Syrian and Jordanian refugee women.


The company provides the women the opportunity to actively participate in the labour market while at the same time they trained and trained. “From the beginning made the support of Syrian and Jordanian refugee women are part of the corporate identity. Their situation has improved considerably since they have to work here are gone, ” explains CEO Agnes Aistleitner.

The purpose of Teenah is to have a resilient community that is able to cope with the constant changes of the current society, and to keep pace with the technological developments in the textile industry. Teenah announces its new website in the framework of their new webshop.

Recently, Teenah teamed up with a Swedish development organisation fighting and exposing poverty and exclusion – IM Swedish Development ner. IMs international work focuses on peoples right to education, good health and ability to sustain a life in dignity! It was a pleasure to work for you, IM! We hope you liked our bags! ?

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