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LONDON – British retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) has launched its inaugural sustainability innovation challenge for start-ups, which will offer successful solution providers the opportunity to trial their offerings within M&S’ supply chain.  

Innovators can apply within one of two categories, addressing either the challenge of sustainable agriculture or changing consumer behaviours.

Stuart Ramage, head of M&S’ Ignite programme, said: “Calling all start-ups, we’re on the hunt for your latest innovation or technology, which will help us reduce our impact on tomorrow’s world. We’re really excited to hear all of your ideas as we continue to drive a culture of innovation across M&S.” 

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