M&S launches tech start-up sustainability challenge to drive net-zero goals

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Marks & Spencer has unveiled a sustainability challenge for tech start-ups as it pursues its ambition to become a net-zero business by 2040.

Marks & Spencer’s Ignite innovation team has linked up with innovation and tech investor True to run the project, designed to find “ideas and technologies that can encourage more sustainable behaviours amongst customers, as well as solutions that can help M&S achieve further efficiencies in its agricultural supply chains”.

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