How Good360 turns excess stock into solutions for vulnerable communities

 From school supplies and bedding to clothing and electronics, not-for-profit organisation Goo 360 redirects excess stock from brands to vulnerable communities in need. And since Covid-19 hit two years ago, demand is at an all-time high. Here, managing director and founder Alison Covington discusses how the process works and the changes she’d like to see in the retail industry. Inside Retail: Tell me about how you launched Good360 in Australia and how it works.  Alison Covington: I was alway

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