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Maternity & Baby clothing Rental

Renting baby & maternity clothing for eco-responsible, economical and convenient consumption

January 2021
Gallery Maternity & Baby clothing Rental 1
Gallery Maternity & Baby clothing Rental 1


Today, we face a major environmental challenge: according to the WEF the textile industry is currently the second most polluting industry after oil. Demand for clothing is expected to grow from 62 million tons in 2015 to 102 million tons in 2030.

The solution relies on renting one sized set of second hand or unsold maternity and baby clothes. The pieces are carefully selected according to the customers' preferences, who then receive a box at home, use the clothes and return them free of charge. Every time you rent Bibou'tic second-hand clothes, you save water, electricity and greenhouse gas emissions generated by the production of additional new clothing. Thanks to their innovative business model, this solution makes it possible to extend the lifespan of a garment to several mothers-to-be and babies, all for half the price compared to buying new clothes.

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Label Date January 20, 2021
By Bébou
From Switzerland
Maturity stage Small scale commercialization
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Funding, Credibility

The environmental benefits

  • When you rent a second hand/unsold T-shirt or pair of jeans, you save the equivalent of 70 showers (T-shirt) and about 285 showers, which represents 7,000 to 10,000 litres of water (pair of jeans) used to produce new ones
  • The rental of a second hand jean avoids the production of 15 kg of CO2 equivalent compared to the conventional solution

The Financial benefits

  • Helps to reduce by 50% the cost related to the purchase of maternity & baby clothes

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Bébou aims to offer a clothing rental service for babies and toddlers, as well as maternity clothes for pregnant women.

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Headquarters 3966 Réchy, Switzerland
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