Something old vs something new

Are you aware of the environmental toll that technology production takes on our planet? Have you ever thought about how refurbished tech could save you money but also make a positive impact on the environment? 

We’re thrilled to have Katy Medlock, General Manager UK and Central Europe at Back Market, as our guest on today’s episode of Sustainability Sessions called ‘Something Old vs Something New’. Katy will shed light on the transformative power of refurbished technology and how Back Market is paving the way for a more sustainable future in tech consumption.

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • The real reasons why opting for the latest gadget might not be the greenest choice and how refurbished tech offers a viable, eco-friendly alternative. 
  • Insights into Back Market’s approach to working with sellers, ensuring that customers not only get the best experience but also contribute positively to the environment. 
  • A look at some of the top-selling refurbished items such as coffee machines, laptops, and air fryers, showcasing the quality and diversity of sustainable tech choices available. 
  • Actionable steps you can take to minimize electronic waste and prevent your gadgets from contributing to landfill issues, helping you become a part of the solution.

E-commerce sellers, let this be your call to action: harness these invaluable insights and resources to refine your strategies and solidify your competitive edge in the digital marketplace.

Katy Medlock, Back Market

Katy is a marketplace and circular economy specialist, having helped multiple international start ups and scale ups launch into the UK market. Katy is the General Manager UK and Central Europe for Back Market, the world’s largest marketplace for refurbished electronics.

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