OQOQO: Socially Conscious Fashions

Authors: Murray, Kyle; Mark, Ken; Sherritt, Megan
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Year: 2006
Company Name: OQOQO
Number of pages: 8

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Chip Wilson, founder of lululemon athletica, a Vancouver-based manufacturer, distributor and retailer of high quality yoga apparel, started a new streetwear line of apparel that would combine fashion with social consciousness. The apparel sold at OQOQO was made from natural and organic materials, under safe and fair working conditions, and it was produced in a way to reduce environmental impact. There were some problems regarding the sourcing of materials and the customer's perception of certain materials such as soy and hemp. Chip must decide whether to expand the number of OQOQO stores. A video '7B06A023' is available to accompany this case.

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This case is available for purchase from Ivey Publishing . Case #: 9B06A023, Teaching Note #: 8B06A23, Video #: 7B06A023

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