How much more Consumers would pay for a sustainable T-shirt?
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A Recent survey finding claims that customers across Europe are willing to pay more for a Sustainable T-Shirt than a regular one.
- Germans are most willing to spend more on sustainable fashion, willing to pay €15.84 on average for a sustainably produced white T-shirt, €3.94 more than they would pay for a basic version. (Price mentioned are selling price)
- Brits, by contrast, are the least willing and say they would typically spend £9.45 (€10.36) on a T-shirt and would stretch to £11.39 (€12.40) for a sustainable one.
- ‘Gen Z’ will pay 50 percent more for something sustainably made.
- The older shoppers are less interested on Sustainable Fashion.
Few more interesting points are,
- The majority of consumers in every country bar Germany spend less than two minutes researching the sustainability of clothing prior to purchasing.
- In the UK, 45% of adults spend no time at all in researching on Sustainability.
- Labour and supply chain issues tend to resonate most with consumers.
- Fifty per cent or more of consumers in every country say fair conditions and wages for workers are very important to them.
- Environmental concerns like protecting biodiversity and low water use, meanwhile tend to have less buy-in, particularly in the UK.
- Whereas Spain & Italian consumers are much inclined towards all the six factors Fair wages and work conditions, responsible Raw materials, Circular economy, Low use of chemicals, Low CO2, Protecting biodiversity and low water use.
- On a broader note, more than 50% of UK survey respondents think “Fair Wages and Working Conditions are very much important and issues associated with that have an impact on their buying decisions.
- Whereas only 30% of UK survey respondents think other factors such as Responsible Raw materials, Circular economy, Low use of chemicals, Low CO2, Protecting biodiversity are “Very Much Important”.
- More than 75% of the survey respondents from Italy and Spain expect Transparency in the Supply chain, especially Where and who involved in the making of the product.
The survey findings give insights into the following
- The country which Pays more attention to what kind of Sustainability best practices
- Consumer’s awareness on Sustainability and Strategies to address that Gap
- Transparency in Supply chain Due diligence
- Scope for Technology adoption to tell our story better – Blockchain for traceability and QR Code as Consumer-facing tool would serve better?
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