Luxury products and sustainability are related
Life in Business is the platform to show exclusive luxury products and sustainability are related. Success and wealth are the result of hard work and encourages young talent to get successful to. Visitors of Life in Business are successful leaders, CEO's, entrepreneurs and enjoy the business lifestyle. Exhibitors on this theme at Life in Business create the ultimate Luxury Experience.
The leading companies in this space have been acting on sustainability for years. Both Tiffany and Forevermark, a Debeers company, have certified their diamonds using the independent Kimberley Process as "conflict free." L'Oreal has quietly been making itself one of the global leaders on climate change and renewable energy. The company has already cut greenhouse gases by 50% and has new targets to be carbon neutral (without buying renewable energy credits) by 2020.
Now all the big brands are jumping in. French luxury conglomerate LVMH, has been, according to Verde Nieto, conducting extensive lifecycle analyses of their business lines. Others like Veuve Cliquot Champagne are looking hard at packaging now. They're all figuring out where their biggest risks and opportunities lie. Some additional good case studies in the watch, leather, diamond, and eco-tourism realms.
Life in Business reveals that Luxury and sustainability are the new business lifestyle. If we all do a little, a big impact is the result.