NATIONAL MEMBERS REPRESENT GINETEX IN THEIR HOME COUNTRIES
In order to become a National Member of GINETEX, national committees must comply with the following conditions:
- have a legal structure conforming to the laws of the relevant country
- be independent, i.e. autonomous (not to undergo any commercial influence among others), to engage in the entire GINETEX system and to agree to ensure the correct use of the symbols and their protection as trademarks
- be representative of the textile, garment and care chain (i.e. composed of members from the textile industry, garment industry, care industry and any other stakeholders within care labelling)
- have authority i.e. capacity to enforce its decisions
To become a National Member of GINETEX, national committees must pay an annual fee.