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VEJA in 10 numbers

Kick-off

November 2021

©Studio VEJA

More than 1042 tons

Quantity of organic cotton purchased from 2004 till the end of 2021

More than 1902 tons

Quantity of Amazonian rubber purchased from 2004 till the end of 2021

Log’ins employees

©Ginevra Formentini

3000

Number of VEJA's retailers

60 +

Number of countries where you can find VEJA

8,1 million

Number of pairs sold since 2004

+325

Number of employees

Cotton sacks

2018

©Charlotte Lapalus

+430 people

Number of people undergoing professional reintegration who found a job since 2004

4 out of the 5

highest earners in the company are women

4 out of the 5

highest earners in the company are women

3 Months of paternity leave.

For our generation, equality between men and women seems natural. Nevertheless, the reality is that the gaps between both are way too vast. Paternity leave is one of these gaps enshrined by law.⁣

VEJA has decided to reconsider paternity and maternity leave,soon to be parents will be able to benefit from three months of leave to celebrate and take full advantage of the arrival of their new child. As for mothers, they will be able to take five months instead of the four months provided by French law.⁣
This decision comprises our 280 employees in France and the USA. 

VEJA Store

Montmartre

©Antoine Huot

VEJA store

Rue de Poitou, Paris

©Thibault Charpentier

VEJA Store

New York

©Sergey Makarov

Centre Commercial

Concept store created by VEJA founders

Rue Madame, Paris

©Lorenzo Zandri

Neon VEJA store

Rue de Poitou, Paris

©Thibault Charpentier

95%*

of the 190.180-kWh consumed by VEJA in 2020 came from renewable sources.

*

163.499 kWhh consumed by our two offices and four shops based in Paris.

Our offices and shops get supplied by Enercoop, a cooperative company producing 100% renewable energy in France.

17.532 kWhh consumed by our store based in the US.

Our offices and shops in New York get supplied by Abest with 100% renewable from wind energy.

9.199 kWh consumed by our Brazilian offices

83% of the electricity in Brazil comes from renewable sources.