By thinking about the life cycle of a product, from raw materials to what happens when it can’t serve its original purpose, social and purpose-driven entrepreneurs can re-evaluate what tools they use and when to replace them.
Cath Harris runs One World Women, a social enterprise connecting experienced business women with ambitious female entrepreneurs from developing countries. Its programmes take place in-country and online.
Embedding social impact into supply chains is wider than just ‘buying from social enterprises.’ It’s possible to unlock enormous environmental and economic impacts through social procurement and Heidi describes how.
Tina Chen is the founder and chief tea officer at HumaniTea selling ready-to-drink cold tea latte drinks made with natural ingredients. HumaniTea commits 5% of profits to wellbeing and sustainability initiatives.