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.
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.
WeWhoDo sat down with Federico Cristoforoni, CEO of Eutopia, to discuss how this start-up database is bringing more transparency to the green tech world.
WeWhoDo sat down with Genia Mineeva, founder of BEEN London, to discuss how she saw treasure in what most would deem as trash…
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.
WeWhoDo sat down with Hannah Ludlow, co-founder of rho,to discuss how their luxury loungewear collection means more than just fashion.
WeWhoDo sat down with Monica Pun and Kevin Fay to discuss their sustainable courier service – combining social impact with a booming industry.
WeWhoDo sat down with Charlotte Horler, Founder of Nula Carbon, to discuss how her climate action platform is bringing carbon offsetting into the mainstream.
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.
WeWhoDo sat down with co-founder, Paul Hepworth Nelmes, to discuss how Oru combines social impact with remote working.
We sat down with WeWhoDo consultant, Colleen King, to discuss the centrality of social sustainability.
WeWhoDo sat down with James Hughes, co-founder of Brewgooder, to discuss how they are turning drinkers into philanthropists.
WeWhoDo sat down with Ally Fekaiki, Founder of Juno, to discuss how his platform connects employers with wellbeing choices.
WeWhoDo consultant, Ines Hermida, and former Whole Foods Head of Health and Wellness UK and Macacha founder, makes her own predictions on the top food trend trends of the coming year.
WeWhoDo sat down with Emma Heathcote-James, founder of Little Soap Company, to discuss how they are shifting natural soap from the niche to the norm.
WeWhoDo sat down with co-founder Alex Stewart to discuss how PACK’D are unlocking the power of frozen in the fight against food waste.
WeWhoDo sat down with Simon Downes, co-founder of World of Books, to discuss how these book loving entrepreneurs took a bag of books in a charity shop and turned it into a leading global seller of used books.
WeWhoDo sat down with Ynzo van Zanten, Chief Evangelist at Tony’s Chocolonely, to discuss the company’s epic growth, the need for systemic change and how you can get involved in Tony’s mission.
WeWhoDo sat down with Joe Woolley, Owner of the Cornish Gin Distillery, to discuss how sustainability is built into the very heart of the product.
WeWhoDo sat down with Aisling Byrne, Founder and CEO, to chat Nuw- a social network for women to share their much-loved, but rarely-worn, outfits with members of their local community.
WeWhoDo sat down with Nick Donnelly, Founder and CEO of WorkClub, to discuss how he plans to turn his platform into an integral part of every employer’s offering.
UrbanThings is a London-based technology company specialising in intelligent mobility, and running a range of smart ticketing platforms across Europe. They are also the team behind Bus Checker, the UK’s largest independent bus times app.
Zeelo is a safe bus-sharing company, providing smart transportation services for commuting and school runs. They use data and technology to find, and digitalise, fixed bus routes, targeting areas of high private car usage in order to connect people to places via sustainable transport.
WeWhoDo sat down with founder Kris Cody to discuss how PAKA is unlocking the potential of alpaca fur.
WeWhoDo sat down with founders Joe Coulter and Ben MacAndrews to discuss how PEP Kitchen is revolutionising the ready meal.
WeWhoDo sat down with Jillian Kowalchuk, founder and CEO of Safe & The City, to discuss how this personal safety navigation app is transforming the way we get around the city.
WeWhoDo sat down with Laurence Kemball-Cook to discuss how Pavegen has unlocked the power of kinetic technology to create sustainable environments that work for and are powered by people.
WeWhoDo sat down with Mark Jankovich to discuss how Delphis Eco became green cleaning pioneers and spearheaded the Tops Off campaign.
WeWhoDo sat down with the COO of Toast Ale, Louisa Ziane, to learn how they turned wasted bread loaves into a growing ale brand.
WeWhoDo sat down with Hans Manku to talk about Arrive, an emerging ride-hailing app with a difference. Not only does it offer a zero-emission service, but it also allows for a more bespoke riding experience.
WeWhoDo sat down with Andre Facote and Andreia Coutinho to talk about Skizo, a growing sneaker brand with an impact-driven approach. With each pair of sneakers being an equivalent of 36 bottles collected from the ocean, this exciting new startup is carving the way for truly sustainable products. Where did
WeWhoDo sat down with co-founder, Pierre Paslier, to learn more about Notpla, the sustainable start-up that offers packaging solutions made from just seaweed and plants. Where did the idea for NOTPLA come from? My background is in mechanical engineering. I started my career as a Packaging Engineer for L’Oréal and
Business leaders across the globe are starting to recognise that real efforts need to be made in order to improve their sustainability and prove they have earned their green credentials. Now more than ever, people are reassessing how their consumer habits impact both people and planet. The traditional ‘linear’ economic
WeWhoDo sat down with co-founders, and sustainability pioneers, Eva Vucheva and Boryana Uzunova to talk Kool And Konscious. Founded in 2019, Kool And Konscious gathers the coolest sustainable and ethical fashion brands from around the globe in one marketplace.
WeWhoDo sat down with co-founders, Richard Northen, Hywel Jenkins and Mark Palmer, to learn more about this exciting new startup, as well as its sustainable side effects.
Something has struck me about how brands have responded to recent cultural and societal movements: I’ve been really taken aback by how surprised brands and agencies have been.
Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, it’s become very clear that communication is king.
With the retail landscape reshaped by Covid-19, change is afoot for both customers and retailers. Customer buying habits have altered and, as a result, retailers are having to think of ever more innovative and novel ways to keep them on board and earn their repeat custom. Diversification in retail
The global spread of the Coronavirus has drastically changed the world as we know it, with every aspect of daily life affected. As restrictions on movement and social contact are tightened, consumers are being forced to change their buying habits and interact with brands in new and sometimes unconventional ways.
Context: Matchable match companies and their employees with innovative, high impact projects at non-profits and impact startups. Their unique approach helps prepare employees for the future of work through one-of-a-kind upskilling experiences that solve real world problems. Prior to working with WeWhoDo, Matchable had focused on B2B sales and direct
Context: Upside Projects are a change consultancy that work with large Government and FTSE100 clients on embedding change across an organisation, namely around technology. Upside was working with a particular client on a large digital transformation programme and required augmented resource to support the existing Upside team in delivery by
Deciding to make a living independently is a commendable life decision. But it also means you need to pay extra attention to your finances to ensure everything runs smoothly. A freelancer is also business owner, and it is essential that you pay attention to every part of your business to
RPA (Robotic Process Automation) is a rapidly growing sector in the field of enterprise technology. In 2018, the value of RPA software increased exponentially by over 63%.
Few industries are changing and developing quite as fast as transport, and in the coming decades our transport infrastructure is going to be tested to the extremes. It’s also going to completely change the way we live and work in our towns and cities, impacting every aspect of modern life. So what could be on the cards for the future of transport?
You’ll have read tons of articles and heard plenty of advices on hiring. I mean TONS… And you’ll probably read many more. That’s a good thing. Hiring is tough. Retaining talents is tough. Building an efficient organisation is tough. But tough doesn’t mean impossible.
In a world where technology is taking over and the integrity of our profession is being questioned, how can we, as talented individuals, succeed?
The world of work is constantly evolving, but the pace of change has picked up dramatically in the last few years. Today’s working environment is virtually unrecognisable from the workplace of twenty, ten or even five years ago, with ever more powerful technology transforming our working lives and helping companies save time and money.
Can high street retailers adapt and compete in the age of eCommerce?