Next up in our 'Good Business' series we interview Bryn of Blue Bear Coffee Co. An incredible company that donate 100% of its profits to organisations fighting human trafficking and caring for its survivors.
Bryn is a former Metropolitan Police Officer who founded Blue Bear Coffee after witnessing the devastating impact of human trafficking first hand, when working undercover in the Dominican Republic for a human rights agency.
In our latest 'Good Business' interview, we speak to Emma of Socko. We first met Emma a couple years back whilst we were both trading at the first ever Zero Waste Market in London. With Emma's love for craft, people and the planet it's no surprise that she has created an awe-inspiring range of beautiful and sustainable socks that are kind to the planet - along with incredible workshops reteaching the lost art of darning.
Next up in our 'Good Business' series we interview Katie of KP Studio, a wonderful potter and printmaker based in Brighton. Inspired by nature and past memories, Katie creates beautiful one-off pieces that are designed to last a lifetime, using low-waste design processes that are kind to the environment.
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. We caught up with Black & Blum founder Dan in our latest 'Good Business' interview.
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.