Sustainability in retail: A “triple bottom-line” approach

Do good values make for good business? This panel discussion at the RLS, 2013, showcases examples of successful sustainability initiatives globally and in Indian Retail.

The green store

Retailers are an intrinsic part of their local communities – and a natural aggregator of community opinion. In this role they are capable of both setting and driving/ amplifying local themes and concerns around sustainability.Globally retailers such as Starbucks, Timberland, M&S, Puma and Consumer Product companies have adopted a “triple bottom line” approach – People, Planet & Profit.


Find out more by attending the RLS 2013. February 7 and 8 2013. Grand Hyatt. Mumbai. 

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Retailers Association of India (RAI) is the unified voice of Indian retailers. RAI is a not for profit organization (registered under section 25 of Companies Act, 1956), works with all the stakeholders for creating the right environment for the growth of the modern retail industry in India. RAI is the body that encourages, develops, facilitates and supports retailers to become modern and adopt best practices that will delight customers. RAI has a three charter aim of Retail Development, Facilitation and Propagation.