Kate Hall is the Founder of The Full Freezer™ and author of the e-book ‘The Full Freezer (Save Food, Save Time, Save Money)’. Kate helps households to reduce their food waste and cook from scratch more easily by using their home freezers more effectively. Unlike batch cooking, The Full Freezer Method is completely flexible and allows families to easily enjoy a wide variety of meals without any waste.
Interviews with sustainably minded start ups to provide a road map of experience for your journey
Sara Udin is a client, friend and absolute go getter and one for youth voices in celebrating on the podcast. She spoke to me about what it's like being a Brit starting a business based in Cambodia. "These were all huge things for me to both emotionally, and obviously commercially to overcome when starting a period business in a country where periods are not spoken about periods are not considered clean they are to do with your beauty and intelligence. It's shown me that the period of education is missing. And that's why we're going to provide it.
Introduction The three engineers are on a mission to supply a book to every Primary school in the UK and encourage readers and children to join Scout’s team (the book…
Marie Lockwood is a teacher and the founder of Rebyl Vybes Rebyl Vybes - Helping you to enjoy life's little pleasures in a sustainable way. She and her mom prepare and ship home kits for those looking to start on their eco journey and pamper boxes so that you can indulge in some guilt free pleasure on a subscription model basis. Sam Pitman is an occupational therapist and the Co-founder of Eco Essex, an online community supporting you on your eco journey. Tune in to learn more about how they are making an impact.
Roz started Mannakin from nothing, not even the mannequins, but she was determined to use her business acumen and creativity to create a meaningful sustainable business. Whilst researching mannequins she found an opportunity to create a business out of hiring them, to provide for her children while freeing herself from the restrictions of poverty.
Sally Dear is the founder of Ducky Zebra, a childrenswear brand that challenges the outdated gender stereotypes found in high-street kids’ clothing. She was frustrated by the impact of gender stereotypes on her children. The language they were hearing, TV they were watching, games they were playing, and the clothes they were wearing, so she decided to tackle one of these areas, clothing, as a means to changing the narrative.
Karen made her first garment at the age of seven. KAIA Clothing represents a return to her earliest passion, with a desire to solve some of the sustainability challenges facing the industry in our lifetime.
Lola Fernandez is the Founder and CEO at Green Cloud Nine. During the nearly 25 years she built a corporate career, she had a sense to do something more. She started toying with the idea of her own business, where she could set the values to align to what she really believed in. She left the corporate world to embark on the biggest adventure of her life, founding Green Cloud Nine.
Tessa Clarke is Co-Founder & CEO of OLIO, a free app tackling the problem of waste by connecting neighbours with each other, and volunteers with local businesses, so that surplus food & other household items can be given away, not thrown away. OLIO has grown to 5 million users in just over 5 years, and its impact has been widely recognised, most notably by the United Nations who highlighted OLIO as a "beacon” for the world, and by Vivatech who awarded OLIO "Next European Unicorn".
Gordon Olson founded Torii industries. Torii offers tankless water heaters through a subscription based model. Their unique service aims to reimagine what as utility through high efficiency technology, and a focus on the circular economy.