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Fiona watson art's Photostream. Free Online Idea Management and Collaboration Service. Patagonia's "Buy Less" Campaign May Lead to More Revenue - Eric Lowitt. By Eric Lowitt | 11:50 AM October 3, 2011 This post is part of the HBR Insight Center Growing the Top Line.

Patagonia's "Buy Less" Campaign May Lead to More Revenue - Eric Lowitt

Patagonia has always behaved as a maverick company, and its concern for sustainability has led it to pursue a new initiative: it’s now actively encouraging consumers to buy less of Patagonia’s new apparel. The company intends to influence consumer behavior in order to lower the environmental strain from ever-growing consumption levels.

But could a message of “buy less” actually lead to growth for the company? If so, could other companies follow a similarly counterintuitive approach to growth? To put its buy-less idea into action, Patagonia recently partnered with eBay to enable consumers to resell their used Patagonia apparel via the Common Threads Initiative within eBay. Patagonia’s campaign appears both genuine and borderline heroic. Increase Prices An undercurrent of Patagonia’s message is that consumers should buy high-quality apparel that will last a very long time. Ottodesign - Milano. Thunderhouse. Monstro. Scratch n' Sniff. Anodyne. About.

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The other is this photo of victoria of sfgirlbybay, over at the every girl. nothing like a bloggers to-do, to get inspired :) happy easter weekend! Chuck Blakeman / Traditional Branding Isn’t for Small Business. As we start out, we take cues from Giant Corporation, Inc. that we should develop cool logos, fancy brochures, zippy websites, and catchy copy.

Chuck Blakeman / Traditional Branding Isn’t for Small Business

But this is a waste of time and money for a lot of small businesses and a huge misdirection of focus. There is a better way for most of us. A janitorial supply company wrote a response in another blog promoting all this fancy “branding” (to which this blog is a response): "I think the most important thing you can do to brand your company is to provide superior customer support. Here at we pride ourselves on our customer service. has it figured out.

Where do 95% of all our customers come from? For those under 30, 85% of product discussions are face2face and only 7% are online. So what are we doing going out and buying advertisements and creating fancy brochures and clever tag lines to attract people we’ve never met? Stake Your Claim: Login. 1776 Independence. Urbana. Plz Print Brush.