The fashion industry accounts for about 10% of global carbon emissions. While consumers are busy filling up their wardrobe with new seasonal fashion items, there are companies looking to bring unused or underused items back to the shelf.
Trove is the circular engine that enables sustainable brands like Patagonia, REI, Levi’s and Lululemon to take back items from customers’ closets. Join the conversation with Maddi, the Data Analyst from Trove, to discover how data is powering up Trove’s sustainable fashion impact at scale.
Maddi Eckert is on the Data Team at Trove – the powerhouse behind resale programs of leading brands like Patagonia, REI, Levi’s and Lululemon. Her main area of focus at Trove is operations: understanding the cost-to-list of items flowing through the warehouse, supporting the warehouse team in making efficiency improvements, and giving brand partners visibility into the processing of their inventory. But her passion for sustainability (what originally brought her to Trove) has led her to build out sustainability analytics as an offering to partners.
Her hope is that this data will inspire brands to infuse circularity into every aspect of their business, and empower end-consumers to make more sustainable purchasing decisions.