Re:Crafts is a social enterprise registered as an association, which operates at the level of several municipalities in Serbia: Gornji Milanovac, Aleksandrovac, Sirogojno, Rudnik. It unites individual artisans in the field of traditional and artistic crafts and domestic handicrafts, as well as registered agricultural farms that deal with the development of rural tourism in Serbia. Re:Crafts fosters the principle of active collaboration and cooperation. The Re:Crafts network includes various institutions: high school and higher education institutions, museums, local governments, and tourist organizations. The social enterprise was created in 2019 when it was registered as an economic activity in the field of domestic handicrafts and arts and crafts, and after receiving the „Otvorena šaka“ certificate, from the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Serbia.


Re:Crafts produces products under two programs: The wool program in which 100% wool from Serbia is used: blankets, scarves, hats, and socks. An embroidered program in which handmade products are made for furnishing private and business interiors (cafes and restaurants). Consulting program: Re:Crafts also provides consulting services in accessing national incentives and IPARD programs for rural tourism and old crafts (TAILOR made).


Re:Crafts contributes to society through socially responsible business, but also proactive action in the community. Re:Crafts features: 1. Use of recycled material, so-called Textile scraps – leftover material from factories in Italy, which gives our products added value; 2. The use of 100% domestic wool from Serbia, which encourages other micro and small entrepreneurs; 3. Making replicas of patterns from previous centuries in cooperation with museums, which contributes to the preservation and development of cultural heritage; 4. Networking of craftsmen (but also students of art schools in Serbia) on the EU platform for crafts and creativity.
U skladu sa kojim ciljevima održivog razvoja poslujemo: 5. Gender Equality; 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth; 12. Responsible Consumption and Production