Marks & Spencer extends clothes exchange to France
The British retailer has extended its Clothes Exchange initiative to France. By donating used clothes, customers will be offered a €5 shopping voucher for a minimum buy of €30.
The objective is to recycle clothes of all brands, 'damaged or out-of-fashion', in the French Marks & Spencer stores at Paris' Champs-Elysées, at So Ouest, Beaugrenelle, Aéroville and Villeneuve-la-Garenne. All the items donated will be recycled and reused.
Marks & Spencer currently operates a network covering 53 countries, with 770 stores in the UK and 440 in the rest of the world. In the last fiscal year, the group's revenue was stable, reaching GBP10.31 billion (€14.3 billion).
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