Sam’s Club has a new perk for electric vehicle (EV) drivers. And, while it’s not going to make someone drive across town to join the Walmart-owned brand over its rival, it might help people decide when both chains are in similar locations relative to where they live. Sam’s Club has a new offer with its credit card partner, Synchrony (SYF) – Get Synchrony Financial Report that should appeal to EV drivers. As of May, any Sam’s Club member who also holds the warehouse club’s signature Mastercard will earn 5% back in Sam’s Cash on EV charges at eligible EV charging stations in the United States. During “a special electric vehicle charging promotion,” cardholders will earn an additional 5 percent back on EV charges for a total of 10% back in Sam’s Cash for the entire month of May.
IKEA’s new store in Greenwich, London has become one of only 320 stores globally to receive an outstanding BREEAM construction rating…
Circular economic practices not just clock up savings, they also bring revenue opportunities. Ultimately, CFOs will have to prepare the business case for balancing profit and the planet for the C-Suite.
Six and Sons, an independent concept store and platform for sustainable brands, is launching a
curated pop-up dedicated to 23 sustainable and independent British brands making a first entry into the Dutch market.
Celebrating individuality, diversity, and embodiment, the third edition of Rio Ethical Fashion took place last week. Leading voices stirred up conversations about impending challenges and opportunities in the sustainable fashion industry. A spicy debate focused on the future of fashion upon the expansion of the Metaverse—the so-called “new, persistent virtual world.” Metaverse will host an increasing number of people throughout 2021. Currently, digital fashion is mostly restricted to video games (think of Gucci’s digital tennis).