Why action is needed to tackle the rise of 'fast furniture'

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Why action is needed to tackle the rise of 'fast furniture'

B-Stock's Hannah Prangnell sets out the ways retailers and consumers can create a more circular furniture economy

In recent years the word ‘fast' has been attached to many different industries, most well-known being ‘fast food' and ‘fast fashion'. More often than not the association with these phrases has been a negative...

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