Hello there.

At Partage, our mission is to make sustainable living accessible to all. We provide a single platform where you can shop sustainably and browse through many environmentally friendly products. We also encourage second-hand sharing (Partage means sharing in French) by rewarding you with discounts when you donate unused items on our platform.

Nice to meet you.

Launched in August 2020 by two brothers, we gather people and brands aiming to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle. We partner up with sustainable brands that follow the highest sustainable standards, and we are committed to encourage second-hand consumption through our reward policy. Indeed, all positive actions for the environment carried out on our website will be rewarded with discounts on all products.
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Boris Kwemo
Founder & CEO
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Isaac Kwemo
Co-Founder & CFO

Our Mission.

The idea to create Partage comes from our time as students where we were moving in and out quite often. It was hard to find an easy way to sell or get rid of some items very quickly. Additionally, as we were students, we didn’t have much money to spend on non-essential items, including furniture, clothes, etc. We also found the amount of waste produced every day alarming, and we were looking for a platform offering 100% of sustainable products. We couldn’t find any. As we had complementary backgrounds in engineering and business, we decided to team up and build a platform that will solve the issues we faced.

What we do.

We scour the United Kingdom and France to find brands that make the world better. We identify brands that create unique and high-quality products made the right way for people, animals, and the planet. In our opinion, “good for people” refers to products good for one man’s health and good in terms of working conditions, including fair wages, no child labour and safe working conditions. “Good for animals” means cruelty-free products because we believe we should all respect animal lives by not testing products on them. “Good for the planet” means using eco-friendly manufacturing processes, organic, non-toxic, or recycled or upcycled materials.

How we do it.

Our client-centric approach based on optimising customer experience led us to believe that it was crucial to act as a trusted intermediary ensuring the sustainability of the products that appear on our marketplace. Before partnering with a brand, we conduct thorough due diligence focusing on the sustainability level of the brand’s manufacturing, packaging and distribution methods. Our due diligence focuses on the following criteria:
Reduced Plastic
Organic
Fair Trade
Low carbon footprint
Quality of soil
Living Wage
Cooperative
Local Produce
Cruelty Free
Eco Friendly Shipping
Recycles

Let's chat.

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Boris Kwemo

Founder & CEO
"I had the idea to create Partage several years ago during my student time. As I was moving in and out quite often, I couldn't find any easy way to sell or get rid of some items very quickly. I also found the amount of waste produced every day very alarming and I was looking for a platform that was specialised in sustainable products but couldn't find any. Having a technology background, it was very clear to me that this major problem had to be solved by building a platform where people can easily give or get rid of their items and shop sustainably. Being myself very sensitive to the ecological cause, I thought it would be interesting to group like-minded companies under the same platform so we can gather people who share the same values."
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Isaac Kwemo

Co-Founder & CFO
"When I was in the second year of my bachelor’s degree I worked on an entrepreneurial project on food waste. From then on, I realised that the waste market was very large and that this loss of efficiency was a problem that needed to be solved. This experience reinforced my environmental awareness.
So, when Boris came up with the idea to create Partage several years ago, I found this idea brillant but I didn’t have the skills to help him develop his project. After a bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics, a Master in business management at EDHEC Business School and two internships in corporate finance, I offered Boris my help to manage the commercial and financial part of Partage."
Why not start your sustainable living journey today? The more you give, the more you get.

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