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New ‘Degree Inclusive’ deodorant designed for accessibility

New ‘Degree Inclusive’ deodorant designed for accessibility

A new deodorant packaging made for those with disabilities and visual impairments is currently being tested and is called ‘Degree Inclusive’. It’s a big step toward filling the presentation gap in marketing. Degree Inclusive is the ‘world’s first’ deodorant packaging specifically for users with limited mobility and visual impairments. The design...

Pandora to ditch unethically sourced diamonds

Pandora to ditch unethically sourced diamonds

Pandora is ditching raw materials associated with unethical production methods, instead opting for sustainable alternatives that are near identical without being morally bankrupt. Pandora has outlined plans to stop using natural, mined diamonds in all of its products. Last year it sold 50,000 diamonds in alone and makes more pieces of jewellery than any other company in the world, making this a significant shake-up for the industry. It’s part of a...

By London, UK
L’Oréal unveils sustainability programme ahead of Earth Day

L’Oréal unveils sustainability programme ahead of Earth Day

The world’s largest cosmetics company has ambitiously pledged to reduce its carbon footprint by 50% before 2030, setting a prime example for other beauty brands to follow. With Earth Day around the corner (and an estimated one billion people mobilised to take part in this year’s events), it seems fitting to shine a light on the members of the beauty and personal care industry that are paving the way for...

By London, UK
The Prince’s Trust helps Gen Z in a tough job market

The Prince’s Trust helps Gen Z in a tough job market

In an extremely tough year, young people are letting their voices be heard through organisations such as The Prince’s Trust, expressing how they’re feeling about the pandemic, their careers, and mental health. In January 2021, The Prince's Trust conducted their Youth Index, which surveyed over 2,000 Gen Z (16-25) across the UK. The report revealed 60% of Gen Z say that getting a new job feels ‘impossible now’ because there is...

By International, World
TreeCard’s wooden bank card aims to reforest the planet

TreeCard’s wooden bank card aims to reforest the planet

TreeCard, a UK fintech innovator, has unveiled its flagship wooden bank card. Designed to minimise negative environmental effects, its USP is planting trees using our everyday interchange fees. If you needed a valid excuse to burn through your hard earned wages in 2021, we may have just found it. TreeCard, a fintech company from the UK has developed the world’s first ever wooden debit card. Wait, I thought money didn’t grow...

By London, UK