Bamboo Brand Case Studies

Bamboo Brand Case Studies

Charlie Bradley Ross Monday, 1 August 2022

While sustainability in bamboo production remains relatively opaque, Charlie investigates brands working with the fibre and how they ensure their production processes are as responsible as possible. Learn from the case studies about what you can implement in your own business and ideas on where you could improve.

In this video, you'll learn:

  • How fashion brand BAM uses bamboo, and how they address the sustainability issues of the fibre 
  • About Australian bamboo fashion brand Boody, and how they communicate about the sustainability of their garments 
  • How fabric retailer, The Bamboo Fabric Store, describes bamboo and its sustainability credentials 

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