A content strategist with a history of being bothered by bad copy. A writer obsessed with sentence structure. A sometimes poet. A person with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Creative Writing.
Subscription services are more popular than ever. Increasingly, people are choosing to simplify their lives by getting regular shipments of the things they love.
From personalized fashion styling services and beauty boxes to meal kits and regular supply lines of single origin coffees, people are racking up recurring charges for the peace of mind that comes with never going to the store again.
When you spend your money, you are signaling your support for the companies that made those products—intentionally or not. Understanding who you are dishing your dollars out to can help you make better purchasing decisions.
There are B Corps all around you!
A delightful breakdown of our five package sizes and what they mean to you.
Our two smallest package sizes are simple to imagine. The only true limit is their weight. Throw some stuff in there (under the weight limit, of course) and ship it.
But then you move into the three larger sizes, bound both by volume and weight. Volume can be quite difficult to visualize. Which is where this guide comes in.
Running a small business is no simple task. Often, as the owner, you are wearing a number of hats on any given day.
You are the photographer, the social media manager, the accountant, the buyer, the IT department, the customer service rep, and on and on. You do a lot.
Starting a small business from the comfy confines of your home is a dream that you can absolutely realize. But, dreaming is only the start. You’ll need to get some pen and paper involved at the very least.
Also, probably spreadsheets.
We’ve all had that pang of regret as we toss out another empty plastic bottle or some superfluous plastic packaging. So much waste for something so small!
One can imagine a cascade of single-use plastic containers forming a mountain of totally avoidable waste.
Becoming a sustainable company is a selfless pursuit for many eco-conscious business owners. But, increasingly, consumers are showing that they will gladly shell out their hard-earned cash for products that are eco-friendly.
Years come and go and, at the end of each, we look back to see how far we’ve come or to think back on the good times. Then there’s 2020, a year that’ll be hard to forget (no matter how hard we try). Despite its ragged exterior, there are still great things we can look back on from this wild year.
HOZEN’s chic and sustainable bags were born from Rae Nicoletti’s expansive industry experience—at Kate Spade and Restoration Hardware—as well as her own personal empathic philosophy.
Their vegan leather accessories are made in small batches at a fair wage factory in Los Angeles.