Nau, is a clothing company that crafts apparel equally at home in a storm or a dorm. Threads at ease in a metropolis, or on the Galapagos. The idea for a clothing business that would adhere to the three
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Renewable Tax Incentives Gone Wild?
As much as we tout the importance of government support for the fledgling renewable energy industries like wind and solar, recent revelations in Oregon point out how these can get out of hand,
Nau are at it again. Now you can get 30% of their woollen tops. But not only that for each wool purchase you make, they'll donate 10% of the sale to their Partners in Change. (Way up from their usual 2%, which is double the industry standard
' In any economic climate, it's natural to consider the price of the products we buy, and whether their value justifies their cost. We often receive comments regarding the prices for Nau products. One customer recently commented that, "The
Beauty, Performance and Sustainability are the three principles that drive the folk at Nau, the outdoor lifestyle clothing and bag company. You'll notice Price isn't included. Shoehorning that trio of attributes into a product is harder work, than
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