Sustainable Global Growth for Luxury Goods

What does it mean for a luxury brand to be sustainable?

What actions can brands take to meet customer demands and be environmentally responsible?

ESW surveyed more than 16,000 shoppers from 16 countries to find out.

Luxury Shopper GV Sustainability

The luxury industry finds itself at an inflection point. 

The future of the industry lies with young shoppers but those shoppers have higher expectations than their older counterparts. Along with exclusivity and white glove service, these young, wealthy shoppers are keenly aware of the human and environmental costs of luxury retail. They demand that luxury brands commit to being sustainable. 

The following report is meant to serve as a valuable source of consumer insight that helps you make data-driven decisions that are good for the bottom line and the planet. 


What does this free report include?

Bullet PointHow luxury's most sought-after customers are demanding sustainability

Bullet PointHow luxury is the most sustainability-minded market
Bullet PointHow luxury brands can meet sustainability expectations
Bullet PointHow shoppers will rewards luxury brands that are sustainable
Bullet PointHow ESW and Asendia support global growth

“70% of shoppers have significantly changed their shopping behaviour to lessen their environmental impact."



Asendia is a world leader in international e-commerce and mail, delivering packages, parcels and documents to more than 200 destinations across the globe.

We offer a specialist range of 100% carbon-neutral international packet and parcel services.