The C-List, Lisa Potter-Dixon and Helen Addis

The C-List, Lisa Potter-Dixon and Helen Addis

Highlighting a lesser-known challenge faced by cancer patients, The C-List is an innovative new website giving those living with the disease the chance to shop ‘cancer-kinder’ beauty products.

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UniTaskr

UniTaskr

Being a student is seriously expensive these days. Thankfully, companies like UniTaskr are providing young people with a platform to make fast money and gain invaluable skills on the go.

Oatly

Oatly

Satisfying the dairy carvings of vegans and flexitarians worldwide, Oatly is the chief of the alt-milk industry. Max nutrional value and minimal environemental impact is the ethos.

Atelier & Repairs

Atelier & Repairs

Founded by Maurizio Donadi, Atelier & Repairs is leading the movement of excess reduction in fashion. The LA store turns our throw away items into one-of-a-kind pieces & partners with brands globally.

CanO Water

CanO Water

8mil tons of plastic end up in oceans yearly, so the work of eco-friendly CanO Water is critical. They pioneered indefinitely recyclable cans that go from bin to shelf in just 6 wks.

Common Table Creative

Common Table Creative

Common Table Creative are growing a more just and regerative world through storytelling. Their unique films on organic farming are as inspiring as they are informative.

MOB Kitchen

MOB Kitchen

MOB Kitchen, the most student and budget friendly food blog on the web, shows us how to make amazing group meals on seriously low budgets. They're currently at 338k followers.

The Youth Group

The Youth Group

Headed by Jack Parsons, this amazing collective of youth first companies all share a common purpose, to improve the odds for young people in all areas of life.

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School Space

School Space

Jemma Phibbs/James Lloyd are passionate as co-directors. School Space provides underfunded schools with valuable funds by letting out their facilities to needing communities.    

Yellow Octopus

Yellow Octopus

Yellow Octopus are one of the top advocates of resale fashion out there. Their app diverts 1 million PCs away from landfill sites every month and they boast affinities with huge sellers.

Depop

Depop

Gen Z's answer to eBay, Depop has amassed over 13 million users and is becoming the go-to for all things resale. If you're anti fast fashion, this is a digital treasure trove.

Essity

Essity

Essity is one of the biggest distributors of body form and feminine care products on the planet. Their commitment to demystifying the female body and stigma is truly admirable. 

FreeWill

FreeWill

FreeWill is an incredible venture geared towards social impact and giving. In it's infancy the company has already facilitated the transfer of over $1 billion in charity donations.

Pixpay

Pixpay

French startup Pixpay optimise everything Gen Z wants from mobile banking. Unlike most others it offers a seamless and flexible experience to teens under 15. It's pocket money heaven.