Selfridges puts repair and resale on agenda with ‘transformational’ sustainability push

Selfridges has moved its sustainability plans into a new phase

Department store group Selfridges has launched a sustainability initiative described as “transformational” and which will “change the way we shop” over the next five years.

Selfridges’ latest environmental and ethical push will promote circular economy business models, such as repair and resale, and will encompass everything from labelling to in-store events. The retailer believes such concerns resonate ever more with shoppers as the impact of the Covid pandemic is felt.

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