Sustainably Stretching

    • The company’s ‘impact agenda’ includes $75 million investments in community.
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Lululemon plans to invest $75 million into “equitable wellbeing programs” by 2025. The investment is part of the company’s first “impact agenda,” which aims to make it a more sustainable business and minimize its environmental impact.

Along with the investment, Lululemon will also expand to full gender pay equity and make 100% of its products with sustainable materials by 2030. 

The company’s revenues were up 2% year-over-year to $902.9 million as consumers have stocked up on workout apparel and yoga accessories. Lululemon is also looking to the connected fitness space for growth following its acquisition of Mirror for $500 million in June. Its shares are up nearly 40% year-to-date.