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24Bottles, stainless steel bottles launch the campaign on responsible business

02 Nov 2020

“24Bottles is the Italian brand of sustainable design also chosen by Dior, Emilio Pucci and Vivienne Westwood. After becoming a certified B-Corporation, 24Bottles launches its Responsible Business campaign – also thanks to average annual growth of 262.8%, as confirmed by the German Institute Quality and Finance.
Today 24Bottles is distributed in over 65 countries. Europe remains the first market; however, it’s possible to find 24Bottles’ products also in the Far East, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia, China and Japan up to French Polynesia. 24Bottles has more than 4 thousand stores, while the online shop represents between 10 and 15% of total sales. 24Bottles’ registered a 16,186 million revenue in 2019.
The company’s attention to the issue of the safety of stainless steel bottles (in terms of health, quality and sustainability) is the same that has led 24Bottles to be chosen by major fashion brands such as Dior, Emilio Pucci, Vivienne Westwood, and not only. Even a luxury and lifestyle icon like Automobili Lamborghini – with which a Special Edition collaboration has just been launched – has chosen 24Bottles for its creativity, product quality and ethical and responsible commitment.
These values have led the brand to create an information campaign linked to the ethical and social aspect of its products. After becoming a certified B-Corporation, 24Bottles moves the bar higher and higher with its information campaign on Responsible Business, aiming to raise public awareness on the lower consumption of disposable containers linked to correct information on reusable stainless steel bottles.
The experience of 24Bottles is at the service of the community to allow an informed and conscious choice, following the legal provisions on the safety and health of stainless steel bottles.
24Bottles will enter the Farfetch and Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (The National Chamber for Italian Fashion) circuit with a Limited Edition in October and a dedicated collection in November.”