Innovative design bags made of residual materials

Take a used bicycle tube, canvas rests, a used coffee bag made of jute, and torn inner tubes. Mix them with buttons, a zipper and a sprinkle of sewing thread. Done. The innovative design bag of the Koryphaeen (female luminaries) is finished!

These instructions of use conceal that the knowledge of a female master tailor and committed transit workers are required in addition. There are, however, sufficient workers at the socio-oeconomic enterprise of the Koryphaeen at Neusiedl am See in Burgenland.

The Koryphaeen have a broad offer for women looking for work and women, who wish to take the final examinations of apprenticeship after abandoned apprenticeship. From supervised occupation to a transit workplace, opportunities for re-entering the first labor market can be developed and used. The cardinal rule is to support each of the women with the target to make her life self-determined, financially independent and satisfactory.

With procurement of the SoPro partner BMV and cooperating enterprises, mainly the company Schaerf, the corresponding residual materials for these innovative bags have been found and supplied.