The Purpose Effect
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Green Queen is an award winning climate news media business and a leading voice in the conversation around the impact of our food systems on the climate. In this special episode, co-hosted with Will Cheshier, host of Talkin’ Solutions podcast, we talk to Sonalie about why we won’t be able to solve the climate crisis without changing our global food system. We also talk about the different alternative meat products on the market and practical steps to change the way you eat.
Episode 2: Jenny Au, co-founder of Fund Fluent
In a start-up environment chasing the next unicorn, Fund Fluent helps small businesses access the types of funding that many small business owners don’t even know about - grants, loans, micro-lenders and other non-dilutive funding options. In this episode, Elena talks to co-founder Jenny Au about the funding gap and how to make the world more small and sustainable business friendly.
Episode 3: Sasibai Kimis, founder of Earth Heir
Sasibai Kimis is the founder of Earth Heir, a brand making fair-trade and B-Corp certified accessories created by artisans in underserved communities. Earth Heir helps preserve traditional craftsmanship by working with artisans to create products that will provide them with sustainable income streams. In this episode, Elena and Sasibai talk about some of the biggest challenges in growing social enterprises and the advice Sasibai would give to other female entrepreneurs embarking on this journey.
Episode 4: Becky Fox, sustainable business mentor
Becky Fox helps entrepreneurs create business with a social or environmental purpose beyond the profit. Becky built a $ 1million dollar Purpose-Led business at the tender age of 25 and now works with business owners (or aspiring business owners) who want to do the same. We talk about how any business can find a purpose beyond the profit and how to grow businesses that make money and do good.
We are at the edge of a huge shift in what consumers will demand from businesses. As Gen Z start to control more money, all businesses will need to demonstrate that they are socially and environmentally conscious. So we wanted to speak to Belinda Ng, a Gen Z leader and podcast host who not only helps established businesses adopt sustainable practices, but has been galvanizing young people in Hong Kong to make more conscious food choices.
Episode 6: Abbey Pantano, founder of the Impact Collab
Abbey Pantano is a community architect who helps impact driven start-ups scale and do more good through the power of partnerships. We talk about the challenges faced by impact start ups and how sometimes collaborating and going deeper is the key to going the distance.
Helen Neal helps businesses tell their stories. She works with some of the worlds best global brands such as Bosch, Heineken, Nissan and the Climate Group get clear on their purpose and communicate on sustainability. She is also the founder of Leaders Live, and event and online thought leadership platform about solving some of today’s biggest climate challenges. We talk about how any business can incorporate sustainability into their purpose and their messaging.
A solo episode with Elena talking about what makes Purpose-Driven businesses and start-ups different and what she has learned from the experts on this season about how to scale these businesses sustainably so that all businesses can do more good.
Episode 10: Ashleigh Cotterill, Founder of Tea Bird Tea
Reuse, Reduce, Repurpose is the ethos at the centre of Tea Bird Tea. This is because founder Ashleigh Cotterill believes that sustainability is not a buzzword, it’s a mandate. And it’s key to how she is scaling her product business. Even something as simple as a cup of tea has the power to do good and we speak to Ashleigh about how she is doing this through her partnership strategy.