Premium audio firm Bang and Olufsen has announced plans to become a global leader in sustainable product development, claiming the “consumer tech industry is not sustainable” in its current state.
Bang and Olufsen Senior Global Product Manager for Classics and Product Circularity, Mads Kogsgaard Hansen made the claim at a press briefing attended by Trusted Reviews.
“The consumer tech industry is not long-term sustainable.
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