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Social media’s influence on green consumerism - a review

Updated : October 2020

Stakeholders

  • Digital solution providers for textiles industry
  • Marketing or sales professionals
  • Retailers or wholesalers

This article briefly analyses how social media has enabled consumers to move towards sustainable apparel purchasing decisions and how brands need to engage with communities online.

It highlights the examples of emerging sustainability towards reusable and sustainable plastic products; awareness of which created through articles and documentaries have made many countries such as the UK move to sustainable sources. It shows the statistics for online research by eco-consumers for sourcing sustainable and organic products and states that a higher percentage comes through social media.

It concludes that with increasing consumer awareness for sustainability and emerging Generation Z, brands need to move online for better communication with customers to enable sustainable purchasing decisions.


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Topics

Generation Z

Social media for sustainable apparel purchase

Online solutions for sustainable apparel sales

Social media for green fashion consumerism

Online customer communication for textiles

Social media impacts on eco-consumers

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Geography
| Global
Year

2019

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