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Tania Ali from Cadre Style

Listen Again: Talking Sustainably – Sustainable Fashion with Tania founder of Cadre Style

Joined by our guest, Tania Ali, founder of New York-based sustainable fashion company Cadre Style, we discuss what it means to be green, how to adapt your business to a changing world, and the adaptability of small vs. established businesses. In a very comforting moment, Tania reminds listeners that “every small step you take matters. …

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A conversation with Garik Himehaugh, Founder of sustainable retail platform Eco Stylist 

Listen Again: Talking Sustainably -A conversation with Garik Himehaugh, Founder of sustainable retail platform Eco Stylist 

In today’s episode, we chatted with Garik Himebaugh, founder of Eco Stylist, about sustainable fashion. Every year, consumers are purchasing more clothing per person than ever before. In this conversation, we talked about greenwashing and how you can spot fashion brands that are sustainable. “I enjoy thinking about innovative ways to solve ambiguous problems. Excited …

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Rue Saint Paul

Listen Again: Talking Sustainably -A conversation about sustainable fashion trends with Kelly Wang, founder of Rue Saint Paul

It was tough for everyone but some small businesses got a little extra creative to keep their businesses running when face-to-face was not an option. Check out what Kelly, Brooklyn retail store owner, did to keep her customers happy and shopping!  In this webinar Q&A with Kelly Wang, founder & owner of the sustainable retail …

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Avoid Greenwashing as a Business

How To Avoid Greenwashing—No Matter What You’re Marketing

What is greenwashing? It’s getting a big, green checkmark for an eco-effort that maybe isn’t as meaningful as it seems. It’s when a business takes an action they want to publicize without making substantive changes to the products or services they provide. Greenwashing could hit you where it hurts the most—in your wallet—because your customers …

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