How we think about local supply chains is changing. Trade policies, environmental factors, technological innovation, and the long-term impact of COVID have highlighted the need for local, sustainable supply chains. Meeting this need requires investment, collaboration, community engagement, the leveraging of locally produced goods and materials in new ways. Businesses that successfully meet these challenges will thrive in this new economic reality.

The Pull.City platform has been designed with powerful tools to guide businesses in navigating this evolving landscape; an essential resource for both businesses and community partners.

We are located at New Lab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Visit Brooklyn Pull, an initiative of Pull.City that evolved from COVID-response work.

Pull City began as an Uncommon Union (UU) initiative. UU has received recognition for  technology and communication services for organizations working in the areas of economic development, international justice, and human rights.