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Published on Monday, 02 September 2013

Consumerism can’t be, “stopped in its tracks”

Written by Brett Mathews

outdoorFRIEDRICHSHAFEN - Current clothing retail business models, which rely on brands selling more and more to remain viable are here to stay – but the shift towards sustainably sourced products is inevitable and will become increasingly marked. John Mowbray talks to Sport 2000 and Fenix Outdoor Retail.


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