Allbirds expands to Canada amid global demand for sustainable footwear

Tina Morrison
Thu, 29 Mar 2018

By Tina Morrison March 30 (BusinessDesk) - Allbirds, the sustainable footwear company co-founded by former New Zealand soccer star Tim Brown, has expanded into Canada, its fourth global market. San Francisco-based Allbirds started selling minimalist woollen sneakers direct to consumers in 2016 and this month sold its millionth pair of shoes and launched a new range using a textile woven from sustainably grown eucalyptus fibre. It has online operations in the US, New Zealand and Australia, and shops in San Francisco and New York, with a st...

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