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2021-12-06 22:58:04| Knowledge@Wharton

Returns are costly for retailers and even more expensive for the planet when unwanted products end up in landfills. Whartons Gad Allon explains how innovating the reverse supply chain coupled with a shift in consumer attitudes can help reduce returns.


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