Bang & Olufsen is actively working to improve its products’ sustainability, according to vice president of design, Gavin Ivester.
When pressed about the firm’s use of real leather in certain products, like the Beoplay E8 3rd Gen, during an interview at the Beosound Balance launch event in London, Ivester told Trusted Reviews the company see’s sustainability as “an opportunity”.
“Sustainability is of huge importance to us. Being super candid, leather is one of the places we know we have an opportunity in. I’ll just say that,” he said.
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