Posts Tagged: positive impact creators

3 vragen aan.. EverUse

Eén van de finalisten van de NRC Impact Award is EverUse. Een bedrijf dat circulair isolatiemateriaal van papierafval maakt. In Sneek heeft deze impact pionier haar productie opgezet in de eerste volledig circulaire fabriek ter wereld. Volledige eliminatie van reststromen en een ijzersterke business case, want wat upcycle-potentie heeft, behoudt waarde en die waarde ziet de consument ook terug. De producten dragen bij aan een afval-loze maatschappij waarin EverUse laat zien hoe het anders kan. Zij blijft eigenaar van en eindverantwoordelijke voor.

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Impact Awards 2018

Join us at the Impact Awards 2018 – February 8th. Are you creating positive impact with your brand & business? Sign up before January 26th and share your story with the world.

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Golden rules for green fashion

Are you familiar with the story behind your fashion items? Last week, the Dutch Sustainable Fashion Week (DSFW) drew attention to a topic of rising importance. We cannot neglect it any longer: the fashion industry is still the second most polluting industry. We are more and more familiar with its footprint. But what’s next? How can we move on, identify opportunities that emerge and turn threatening aspects into opportunities?  Last year, we introduced our Positive Impact Creators: brands in fashion, food &.

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Farm Brothers – Thoughtful delights

Farm Brothers Herman & Teyler have an ingrained love for simplicity and the purity of homemade snacks. This never disappeared, even after they were pulled away from the country side. That’s why they left their jobs and started hunting their dream of providing the world with wholesome and delicious organic grain cookies: to share the “Good Stuff” with a predominantly big audience. The taste and goodness of this organic delight enables the brand to create positive impact: making organic agriculture a growing.

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Thuisafgehaald – Connecting with food

Never underestimate the power of food: it’s a way of connecting. Dutch start-up Thuisafgehaald agrees with this and believes in abundance, not in scarcity. For that reason, the platform was established to encourage and connect people to start sharing their meals – and enjoy all the benefits that come along with it. The dedicated people behind this social initiative want to emphasize the social heart of food again. Their community is the central element. The platform always aligns with the needs and.

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You need to stay close to yourself

How is Obrigado producing its sustainable and natural coconut water, while looking after the social and natural environment? An interview with its global marketing director!

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