Appeal of ‘green products’ growing despite recession — survey of Boston Consulting Group

Greenwire, 21 January 2009 –  “Green products” became more popular last year, according to a new survey by researchers who see the trend continuing despite the sharp global economic downturn.

This is an important research outcome for Grown Skis. Green products are gaining in customer demand. We hope that this will affect the rise of new, more sustainable products. Grown Skis are directly attracting this market of “green buyers”!

Read more about this study:

www.wbcsd.org

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2 Responses to Appeal of ‘green products’ growing despite recession — survey of Boston Consulting Group

  1. Runka says:

    Green products are getting popular with everyone .Everyone wants good health ,that is why everybody is choosing these green
    products. People are taking such measures with which they stay healthy .Everything of our day to day usable products is now eco friendly. The service has taken innumerable eco friendly projects like eco friendly shopping to the eco friendly products.

  2. Anthony says:

    It’s the first time I hear about it. That’s really amazing cause that means there are more and more people are becoming responsible customers now. However, there is still a big problem that is whether the labels claiming they are green really are green products.
    Anyway, it is still good to hear this encouraging news.
    For more green products, you can visit the following website.
    http://www.fourgreensteps.com/marketplace/home.php
    Check it out.

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