Zanni is an SA8000 company that respects and promotes diversity.
The company has created a multicultural workplace that guarantees equality and fair opportunities for all employees.
In April 2022 Zanni, included at 100% inside SMT (Società Manifattura Tessile), proudly achieved the SA8000 Certification on corporate social responsibility, confirming its commitment towards employees and collaborators.
By adhering to the SA8000 International Corporate Social Responsibility Standard, Zanni protects its staff and encourages the participation in the company’s objectives, as well as monitoring the application of the same principles to partners, suppliers and contractors.

Thanks also to the use of WHOLEGARMENT technology, Zanni has always decided to follow the path of social and environmental sustainability.

The WHOLEGARMENT technology allows to develop the business with a keen eye on the issue of environmental responsibility:

A WHOLEGARMENT piece is produced in a single item and this allows to consume only the amount of yarn necessary for that garment, without any waste.

EFFICIENCY3D virtual samples created by advanced software are so realistic that they can even replace real samples that, otherwise, require significant time, cost and materials.

IDEAL PRODUCTION SYSTEMThe combination of virtual samples and WHOLEGARMENT technology allows to optimize the use of warehouses and minimize the scraps that would otherwise be thrown away.

A WHOLEGARMENT piece is therefore created exclusively from the necessary material, without waste due to cut and eliminated parts, as happens in the traditional processes, and this makes the processing environmentally-friendly.

From the point of view of the production phase, however, since it does not require any sewing, it could even be produced near the areas of use /consumption, to avoid shipments and reduce the environmental impact.


Pattern Group and Zanni Sustainability Report is addressed to the Group's stakeholders with the aim of highlighting the achieved actions in relation to the Group's sustainability objectives. The document represents  non-financial declaration and is drawn up following the Legislative Decree 254/16, in compliance with the “Sustainability Reporting Standards” - in accordance Core - published by the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative). The GRI Standards are also accompanied by the GRI G4 guidelines. The GRI guidelines currently represent the most widespread and internationally recognized standard in the field of non-financial reporting. The document is drawn up taking into consideration the sustainability issues considered significant for the Group and for the Group's stakeholders. The Report communicates the information that best describes the Group's activities relating to the various years, in relation to environmental, social, employees, respect for human rights, actions against active and passive corruption indicated by Legislative Decree 254 / 2016. The information given regarding previous years is included for comparative purposes in order to allow an assessment of the dynamic performance of the Group. Pattern also applies Legislative Decree 231 from October 2021 and has a Supervisory Committee appointed to that effect.