Learn about unique and strategic approaches in innovating business models to be more sustainable, ethical and inclusive.
To ensure that we make significant strides towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, companies – both large and small – need to fundamentally and holistically transform the way they do business through modern financing tools (i.e. blockchain) and strategic business model decisions.
This session will particularly help aspiring and current entrepreneurs learn about unique and strategic approaches in innovating their organization’s business models to be more sustainable, ethical and inclusive.
The discussion seeks to bring together founders of up-and-coming start-ups that demonstrate a commitment to concious business, and intend to share what they have learned on their journey so far. Introduced by the founders themselves, we will be sharing case studies of organizations that demonstrate how these tools and techniques can be implemented for amplified social impact within organizations.
Concious Business Case Studies:
- LXMI (pronounced “luxe-me”) is a skincare brand whose entire collection features a key ingredient: Nilotica. … The Pure Nilotica Melt is a balm-to-oil that contains only one ingredient: unprocessed, cold-pressed Nilotica nuts. You can use it anywhere you want added moisture.
- Maakola is a made-to-order sustainable and ethical fashion brand with a cosmopolitan DNA. Maakola believes that women can look beautiful, while wearing values they believe in – with no compromise.
- Genuine Way is a tech service provider specializing in the development and distribution of blockchain integrated solutions for manufacturers, consumer goods in the food, fashion, cosmetic and pharma industries. Their mission is to promote conscious consumption all around the world through the use of technology.
Join the Conversation:
This event is part of Conscious Beauty 2020, a month-long series of events exploring how to cultivate beauty across the entire value chain.
Featuring prominent voices in the industry, we will look at how brands can create products with environmental, social and cultural value, and how consumers can become a part of the process by making a conscious purchase. During the series of events we will celebrate and discuss the new economy that we see emerging: an economy that targets collective progress.