Sustainability

The latest news and learnings from our blog

When More Isn't More: The Secret to Shrinking Production to Grow Margins

Consumers are no longer a captive audience — and brands’ control over consumers has suffered as a result.

Dan Leahy

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Curbing Fashion’s Overproduction Problem With Consumer Obsession

MakerSights Co-Founder and President Matt Field recently sat down with Sourcing Journal to discuss why curbing overproduction could have a greater impact on reducing carbon emissions than any other sustainability lever – and how consumer obsession is the key to getting us there. 

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Breaking the Overproduction Cycle: Causes, Effects, and Solutions

The idea of watching customers leave for competing companies produces enough anxiety for brands to err on the safe side and accept a certain amount of potential waste. But when does overproduction start to cause excessive harm to both your bottom line and the environment? And how do you strike the right balance?

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MakerSights Co-founder and CEO Dan Leahy to Share How Consumer Obsession Powers Growth and Sustainability at ShopTalk 2022

Join Leahy and other industry leaders to learn more about how consumer obsession helps brands reduce overproduction and increase margins.

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How do you tell your sustainability story?

Our research shows that when it comes to sustainability from before COVID-19, consumers didn’t know as much as brands thought they did.

Joan Maxwell

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Earth Day: Take a Breath

Our quiet world has given us an opportunity to reflect on what can be learned from this unusual, silent moment. How do we move forward in a productive way for the betterment of our planet?

Matt Field

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What sustainable initiatives do you think consumers value?

Brands and retailers alike are vying to be more sustainable to successfully engage the ever-evolving consumer.

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Avoiding landfills: 7 ways retail is accelerating sustainability

Should being stylish be bad for the environment? The clothing industry is the second-largest polluter in the world, second only to the oil industry.

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