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  • Optoro is a start-up rehoming Christmas returns
  • Optoro is a start-up rehoming Christmas returns
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Optoro is a start-up rehoming Christmas returns

Christmas gifts might have been unwrapped, trees taken down and decorations put back in the attic, but for Optoro, the work has only just begun. The US start-up hopes to reduce both the financial and environmental costs of yet another Christmas tradition – returned items. 

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