We independently certify the quality of wool products and offer licensees use of the world’s most iconic textile fibre brand – the Woolmark logo.
With an international network of offices and wool resource centres, we are uniquely placed to provide holistic results for an ever-changing global market.
How to become a licensee
To use our iconic logo requires a brief discussion with an assigned Account Manager to understand your product range, and an application fee to initiate the testing process. Contact you local Woolmark Office.
Yarns, fabrics and garments are independently tested in order to qualify for Woolmark certification. We ensure consumers are receiving quality wool products, that’s why we ask brands to undergo rigorous testing.
As a licensee, you’ll be allocated your own Woolmark Key Account Manager to provide support in product development, sourcing and supply chain optimisation, innovation commercialisation, technical transfer, training and education for your business.
The Woolmark symbol is the world’s most recognised apparel textile fibre brand, and has continued to grow in presence in recent years. Our brand guidelines give an overview of the best ways to present our logo so that it adds value to your brand.
TICKETS & LABELS
Our branded tickets and labels can be attached directly to your products. Ordering Woolmark tickets and labels is easy. Woolmark licensees have access to high-quality, contemporary, eco-friendly tickets and labels with our preferred global supplier - the SML Group.
Our licensees have access to The Woolmark Company’s exclusive suite of content, which includes marketing assets, training and education resources, market intel and research and scientific factsheets to help you promote your wool product.
Contact your local Woolmark office
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