Circular services pay off for brands

April 2, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Environmental organisation ReLondon (formerly the London Waste and Recycling Board) and circular business consultancy QSA Partners have published a progress report on their Circular Fashion Fast Forward project.

The initiative, which in 2019 welcomed the likes of luxury apparel platform Farfetch and outdoor apparel brand FW, set out to offer practical guidance on how to embed circular business models such as resale, repair and rental within its brand partners’ operations.  

Two years on, Farfetch has integrated a resale programme on its online platform, whilst FW opted for a repair service. FW’s head of quality and ESG, Sara Asmoarp, says: “QSA and ReLondon helped us develop a circular business model that fits our brand perfectly.”

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