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When Lululemon was founded in 1998, it was a yoga studio. As the business grew, it became a brand committed to selling the best yoga wear that the company could manufacture. Lululemon understood that their target market valued sustainability, and they designed their supply chain with that in mind. They strive to manufacture products that are free of cruelty, whether that be human or animal, and they try to keep environmental damage to a minimum. Social media has helped the company monitor the current values of their customers. They then update their practices to stay true to the beliefs of their core consumer base. This not only helps their supply chain stay committed to the company’s values, but also provides Lululemon with a chance to market its product.
Lush’s Gush-worthy Sustainable Supply Chain
Organization name: Lush Cosmetics Web references: Facebook, Fronetics, Infotrellis, Instagram, Lush, Procurious, Soundcloud, Sourcemap, Supply Chain Digital, Twitter, Vancouver Sun, YouTube Industry: cosmetics, personal care Name of contact, if available: Mark Wolverton, CEO Description of how social media is used for business performance When considering the level of speculation, blogs and availability of specialty business networks such as Procurious, it’s… Read more »