This week we interviewed Dan of Black & Blum. Founded in 1998, Black & Blum have been at the very forefront of the global climate crisis, discouraging single use plastics and food waste by designing eco efficient products with reuse and sustainability in mind.
Next in our Good Business series we interviewed Rachel of Nut & Noggin, a hair fanatic, with 20 years experience in beauty journalism and creator of an award winning shampoo bar. Zero plastic, sulphate free and with £1 from every sale going directly to charities that support young people facing mental health challenges. It's no doubt that Rachel is changing lives, one bar at a time.
Next up in our 'Good Business' series we interview Lo Blästa of Blästa Henriët. With a passion for natural remedies, traditional craftsmanship and linen, Lo puts ethics at the very forefront of what they do by working with sustainable linen flax and Cotswold wheat to create self-care products that provide relaxation, natural pain relief and everyday comfort.
Founder and designer Jacqui Ma has designed bags for Puma, Virgin Atlantic, Microsoft and Debenhams before launching Goodordering, a small indie company run out of a flat on top of a bike shop in Hackney, East London. Jacqui produces amazing unisex bags and accessories inspired by the 70's and made from recycled water bottles.