NEW YORK, United States – Five years ago, Jennifer Fisher posted a photo of a perfectly seasoned poached egg on her jewellery brand’s Instagram page and suddenly found herself in the spice business.
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Following successful online launches, retailers including Tesco in the UK and Carrefour in France are planning to bring TerraCycle’s refillable model, backed by businesses like Danone and Unilever, to stores. Called Loop, the platform first launched online in Paris in 2019 with Carrefour as its retailer partner.
The chief executives of Danone, L’Oreal and Philips are among the signatories of a new open letter calling for the creation of an economic system that “puts purpose first, so our planet and society can thrive”, through Covid-19 recovery …
Refillable beauty faces a larger customer acquisition issue, given that refillable products tend to cost more at the onset and offer less expensive refills. Still, the conversation around refillable beauty products does not seem to be slowing down, which begs the question of how far it can go in making a positive environmental impact.
“Our business is coming back faster than I had ever imagined. That’s really good news, so I should be thrilled. But why am I not feeling relieved?” a senior leader asked me recently When governments relax restrictions and begin stimulating economic growth, the recovery phase of the Covid-19 crisis starts unfolding for businesses.
Nonprofit Technologist, Foundation Executive, Impact Advocate, and Grants Administrator. Currently VP of the Foundation. As most of us are now working in our “new normal” around these “uncertain times,” or other buzzwords we are using to describe life, many industries have been upended and forced to evolve rapidly.