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Global Fashion Group sets sustainability mapping targets

E-commerce company Global Fashion Group has set targets for 2022. All top 30 brands it sells will be engaged in sustainability. Water from its warehouses will be comprehensively tracked. At least 50 per cent of all GFG waste will be recycled. There will be 100 per cent carbon mapping and science-based reduction targets will be set for the entire group. In countries that use delivery packaging, 100 per cent of these will be made from sustainable materials. Working conditions risk assessments will be completed, and high-risk providers audited.

Global Fashion Group, founded in 2011, which owns websites including The Iconic, Zalora and Dafiti, employs 12,828 people across 19 countries with 17 offices and ten fulfilment centers across four continents. Powered by best-in-class operational infrastructure, which is fashion-specific and tailored to local market needs, it is focused on creating inspiring and seamless customer experiences – from discovery to delivery. GFG is the only company offering flexible models and solutions for the digital distribution of fashion and lifestyle brands in growth markets. It gives brands unparalleled access to a market of more than a billion consumers and works together with its brand partners to offer the most relevant and curated products in an inspiring customer environment. Brand partners also benefit from GFG’s best-in-class operational capabilities and technology innovations that are locally tailored across all four of its e-commerce platforms.

 
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