Pip & Nut: Completely Nutty with a big helping of sustainability
WeWhoDo sat down with Jacq Ellis-Jones, Marketing Director and Curious Squirrel at Pip & Nut to discuss how they disrupted their category – not by adding complexity – but by creating a deliciously simple recipe that is good for the planet and people!
We spoke about their decision to move towards glass over plastic, their team of squirrels and what’s in store for them in the future.
MUST HAD: redefine and refashion
WeWhoDo sat down with Eugenio Riganty, co-founder of MUST HAD, to discuss how we can reduce fashion waste without compromising on style!
The Green Question with Inés Hermida: What can the fashion industry learn from the food industry?
While Inés has a vast background in food sustainability, she recently attended Business of Fashion’s online event and couldn’t help but have deja vu’s on some of the challenges and issues that were being discussed. This made her wonder: wouldn’t it be great to foster some cross-industry learning to help less sustainabilit-ized industries catch up?
Love Cocoa: gifting chocolate that keeps giving
WeWhoDo sat down with James Cadbury, Founder of Love Cocoa, to chat famous family, Dragons’ Den and making his chocolate a global and household name.
RubyMoon: a Social Enterprise For Women Powered by Women
WeWhoDo sat down with Jo-Anne Godden, founder of RubyMoon, to discuss how they transform ocean waste into Gym To Swim clothing and donate 100% of their profit into micro loans for women entrepreneurs globally.
HireStreet’s Zoa: making rental vogue
WeWhoDo sat down with Emily Wade, Chief Marketing Officer at Hirestreet, to discuss how they’ve developed a platform that is set to revolutionize the fashion industry.
Finisterre: going to the ‘end of the earth’ for sustainability.
WeWhoDo sat down with Debbie Luffman, Product Director of Finisterre, to discuss everything from greenwashing to the shifting consumer patterns in a post-Covid world.
Buddy Burst: brand building that doesn’t harm the environment
WeWhoDo sat down with Jamie Gray, Sales & Operations Director of Buddy Burst, to discuss how he’s hoping to plant the seeds for something great.
rho: not a sustainable company, but a sustainable vision
WeWhoDo sat down with Hannah Ludlow, co-founder of rho,to discuss how their luxury loungewear collection means more than just fashion.
London Trade Art: bringing the art market into the 21st century
WeWhoDo sat down with Francesca Casiraghi, founder of London Trade Art (LTArt), to discuss how her platform is redefining the ownership of art, and bringing it into the 21st century.