A Circular Economy: EQC Working To Be a Big Player i...

1) The market for resell is hot. More and more people are realizing that their used goods still have value....
1) The market for resell is hot. More and more people are realizing that their used goods still have value. Hence the saying, another man's trash is another man's treasure. In this day and age, it has become harder to make a dollar.. and a few extra bucks never hurt anyone. The market for resale has turned into a passion project for many consumers looking to clean out closets and replace old garments with new ones from those funds. In...
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Buying second hand is making a big impact on our eco...

Fast fashion makes shopping for clothes more affordable, but it comes at an environmental cost. The fashion industry produces 10%...
Fast fashion makes shopping for clothes more affordable, but it comes at an environmental cost. The fashion industry produces 10% of all humanity's carbon emissions, is the second-largest consumer of the world's water supply, and pollutes the oceans with microplastics. - business insider 85% of all textiles go to the landfills each year. The equivalent of one garbage truck full of clothes is burned or dumped in a landfill every second. 😭   Buying second hand is the key to...
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How did Eco Quality Clothing start?

-Our name "AFT Capital" comes from the small investment fund we bootstrapped from the ground. But, as any other first...
-Our name "AFT Capital" comes from the small investment fund we bootstrapped from the ground. But, as any other first ventures in life you either fail or you learn. We learned that our entrepreneurship spirit was intact regardless of the outcomes and quickly pivoted and found alternatives to continue pushing financially. -The company soon got into flipping a lot random items from toys to electronics online in need of cash. One day visiting a goodwill in Jacksonville, FL in search...
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Thrifting is Trendy: Great for the wallet & the envi...

Before I dove into this business, I had no intentions of ever wearing second hand clothing. At the end of...
Before I dove into this business, I had no intentions of ever wearing second hand clothing. At the end of the day, why would I wear something used if I could purchase something new for maybe $10-20 more? Also wearing something used was stigmatized around my peers.   Once I dove into this business, It brought flashbacks to being in high school and wanting to wear Ralph Lauren shirts, polos, and shorts. Working for minimum wage at that age ($6.79)...
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