Eco-Friendly Practices Can Differentiate You From the Competition and Boost Profits

Eco-Friendly Practices Can Differentiate You From the Competition and Boost Profits

Businesses are always looking for ways to differentiate themselves from the competition with the intent of increasing their market share. Recently, many businesses have initiated eco-friendly packaging options in their stores, such as branded reusable canvas totes or 100% recycled paper bags.

Incorporating environmentally friendly practices will also help distinguish and elevate your brand in the minds of an increasingly ‘millennial-mindset’ consumer; which has nothing to do with the age demographic, but everything to do with consumers who wish to advocate for the environment through lifestyle and purchasing decisions.

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Does the Apparel Industry Have a New Standard?

Does the Apparel Industry Have a New Standard?

Every year, 80 billion pieces of clothing are created for sale. It’s no secret that the clothing industry has often been the subject of rebuke, given its systematic failure to respect worker’s rights. Not only that, but much of the clothing produced is low-quality, and it’s mint-condition is a brief stage. Zady is a clothing company that has resolved itself to change that, and to become the new standard.

What exactly does that look like, though? For the company, whose founders have been dubbed the “Whole Foods of Fashion,” they’re making sustainable responsibility their baseline, and not their end goal.

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Sustainable Product Packaging – The New Standard in Packaging

Sustainable Product Packaging – The New Standard in Packaging

It is very important to have sustainable product packaging in today’s world. Business owners are looking for attractive marketing packaging that is also made of eco-friendly materials. Bio-degradable plastics, paper packaging with 40% or more post-consumer content, and reusable bags are becoming the norm.

Even more exciting for business owners, according to a study by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, businesses using sustainable packaging had an average profit of 4% more than those not using these products.

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