TO THE MARKET uses technology to help retailers and brands provide transparency in the supply chain to source and manufacture products that are socially and environmentally responsible at competitive pricing, lower minimums and faster turnaround times. We are on a mission to change the way retail manufacturing is done to create a better outcome for people, the planet, and ultimately, better business.

Our Values

  • We believe that the dignity of work can not only transform a women's economic trajectory and that of her children, but also her self-esteem.
  • We value accountability of mission and execution by maintaining close relationships with all of our production partners to ensure ethical production and quality.
  • We believe in the power of resilience and help spread stories of triumph with a larger audience of eyes, ears, and hearts.
Where We Work
We have a growing network of more than 100 suppliers in over 20 counties including here in the United States
  • Afghanistan
  • Benin
  • Burundi
  • Cambodia
  • China
  • Colombia
  • DRC
  • Dominican Republic
  • USA
  • Ecuador
  • Ethiopia
  • Greece
  • Guatemala
  • Haiti
  • India
  • Jordan
  • Kenya
  • West Bank
  • Madagascar
  • Malaysia
  • Mexico
  • Nepal
  • Nicaragua
  • Rwanda
  • Rwanda
  • Uganda
We Empower through Dignified Work
This includes populations that have often been overlooked by traditional retail brokers, such as women-owned and operated factories, fair trade certified facilities, and artisan co-operatives. The breadth of our partners on the ground allows us to work with some of the most talented, but most vulnerable, positively impacting makers that have been at risk of abuse, conflict, and disease.

"Now, since I have started earning on my own, I am more independent and can take care of my daughter and myself in a better way. She is now 14 years old. I can also save money for our better future and for my daughter's education."


Jane Mosbacher Morris

Founder and CEO

Our Story

"I was inspired to start TO THE MARKET after identifying two underserved markets. On the demand side, there is enormous interest across the board, especially from millennials and Gen Z, for ethically-made products. People want to see the same transparency in the fashion world that now exists within the food and beverage space. On the supply side, there is incredible untapped production capacity around the world, particularly in the artisan industry. It's the second largest economy in the developing world, behind agriculture, but is largely disconnected from the supply chains of traditional retailers and corporations. I began to connect the dots during my time working at the U.S. Department of State on counterterrorism and then on women's empowerment. I ultimately conceptualized the business after a trip to India on human trafficking with the McCain Institute. We visited two bag and home goods producers employing vulnerable women, changing lives and generating beautiful products. My "aha" moment came when I realized the potential of organizations like these to serve the procurement needs of big businesses."