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Business with Purpose takes you “behind the scenes” with some of the world’s most generous entrepreneurs with host Molly Stillman of "still being molly blog - stillbeingmolly.com." From the CEOs of mission-driven brands, to directors of small, community non-profits, and everything in between, Molly is sitting down with men and women who believe in changing the world through not only their personal lives, but also their professional careers. We believe that every person was created with a pur ...
 
We amplify the voices of women change makers who are building a more equitable, sustainable and inclusive world one episode at a time. In our show, we take you on a journey across the globe to understand the solutions women are creating to impact the world. We also look at gender equality in media and how to support women social entrepreneurs.
 
Get involved in a fun, fearless new series hosted by presenter Yasmin Evans, and brought to you by Co-op. Each episode, Yasmin will be joined by special guests to talk about the issues affecting society today, with light-hearted discussions and lively debates along the way. With real feel-good factor, it’s your new weekly fave. Subscribe and listen today.
 
Audio portraits of glorious, devoted, hairy, guilt-riddled, funny, exasperated REAL mothers and their work/child balance. How they make it work. How they F it up. Plus some parenting hacks for good measure. Episodes include a Welsh PT mother, a horse-loving Swedish mother, a Nigella-esque sex guru mother, a non-judgy vegan mother, a potentially paralympian blind mother and more...
 
Produce Talks is a monthly podcast produced and hosted by CPMA. Each episode explores current issues and the latest news in the fresh fruit and vegetable industry, including new research, industry trends, innovations and much more. Learn more about our ever-changing industry as we feature special guests from across the produce sector.
 
The Go Vita podcast is the dedicated show of Australia’s largest health food co-op. A season of Go Vita podcasts are released in conjunction with the Go Mag – Go Vita’s quarterly magazine full of insights on how to live your healthiest life. At Go Vita, we are committed to making a difference in our local communities with ethical, quality products and honest health advice. What began as a small group of passionate retailers in the early eighties has now grown and developed into a successful ...
 
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From choosing a bottle of wine bearing the Fairtrade logo, to understanding what Fairtrade means for producers, their livelihoods and their communities, Fairtrade is a burning topic that affects us all, but it’s still not fully understood. In this episode of In It Together, brought to you by Co-op and hosted by Yasmin Evans, we speak to Tess Ward, …
 
About Mary Marantz: Mary grew up in a single-wide trailer in rural West Virginia. The first of her immediate family to go to college, she went on to earn a law degree from the nation's top-ranked law school, Yale. After ditching six-figure-salary law firm offers in London and New York, she started a business with her husband, Justin. Together they …
 
How to Get Started Shopping Ethically | Business with Purpose Podcast EP 210 [spp-player url=https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/businesswithpurpose/209_-_MOLLY_STILLMAN_-_ERYN_EDDY.mp3] Click a timestamp below to be taken to the exact spot in the episode... One of the most common questions I get asked on a regular basis is “How do I get started shop…
 
All of us have something in our lives that we might feel embarrassed by, or something that has happened to us that gives us a feeling of shame or something in our past that is holding us back. There are times where these negative thoughts come into our head and we feel like we’re not worthy enough or capable; maybe that we’re not even worth loving.…
 
On this episode, we unpack new developments and barriers to automation and technology across the produce sector. As labour gaps remain, the future of automation, robotics and innovation is a large focus from farm to fork. We talk about several factors influencing the shift to automation such as measuring return on investment, system integration, an…
 
There’s a lot of debate these days around the topic of masks…no, I’m not talking about Covid masks right now, I’m talking about the proverbial masks that a lot of us put on. Maybe we are putting on a mask that says that we think we’re perfect or our life hasn’t been hard, or maybe we’re hiding things in our past. Those masks can be so dangerous, bu…
 
Whether it’s swapping out a few meals a week, or going all-out plant-based, there’s no denying that veganism is on the rise. In this episode of In It Together, brought to you by Co-op and hosted by Yasmin Evans, we speak to Rachel Ama, recipe creator and author of Vegan Eats, about the hilarious non-vegan meals her family have made her; Gaz Oakley,…
 
How the Enneagram is a Tool with Purpose | Business with Purpose Podcast EP 207: Ian Morgan Cron Ever since I was a little kid, I remember being fascinated by personality quizzes. I remember being in elementary school and taking my first Myers Briggs test, and just learning how my friends scored so differently on so many things. It was really a poi…
 
I want you to think back to a time early on in your life when you were a child or teenager. Think about an adult in your life who made an impact on you then, who spoke into your life and encouraged you. It could be a parent, coach, teacher, or guidance counselor. Who is an adult in your life that made a positive impact on you; the person you know h…
 
When it comes to sustainability and the planet we share, one issue remains up for debate: is plastic really that bad? In this episode of In It Together, brought to you by Co-op and hosted by Yasmin Evans, we pose the burning question to Anita Rani, presenter of the BBC’s War On Plastic documentary; and Iain Ferguson, Environment Manager at Co-op. P…
 
How are trade shows impacted by the current pandemic? In this episode, Erinch Sahan speaks with Nicolette Naumann, Vice President of the world's leading consumer goods trade show, Ambiente, and she shares her insights and best practice as the world rises from the COVID-19 crisis.By communications@wfto.com
 
Death can be one of the most difficult topics to discuss, yet it’s something we all have to deal with during our lifetimes. In this episode of In It Together, brought to you by Co-op and hosted by Yasmin Evans, we speak to Malin Andersson, former Love Island star and mental health advocate, about finding her way back from the brink after losing tho…
 
What to do you when your life gets hard? Where do you turn? What’s your immediate reaction when pain, suffering, or challenge comes your way? Think honestly about what your answers to those questions might be. Everyone’s answers are likely to be different, especially if you’re approaching suffering, pain, or grief from the worldview of a Christian …
 
Whether in lockdown or not, one of the most important things we’ve learnt during coronavirus is the true power of community, from coming together digitally, to supporting friends and neighbours in person. In this episode of In It Together, brought to you by Co-op and hosted by Yasmin Evans, we speak to Toni Jones, founder of the world’s first self-…
 
A few months ago, I heard about this show called The Chosen. It depicts the life of Jesus and the disciples in a unique way, taking a look at Jesus’ life, and how the disciples became disciples. When I first heard about it, I was skeptical, but I gave it a try. After the second episode, I was hooked! Not only have I watched the entire season once, …
 
Ever wondered what life would be like with a little less alcohol? In this episode of In It Together, brought to you by Co-op and hosted by Yasmin Evans, we discuss the idea of sober-curiosity with Spencer Matthews, former Made In Chelsea star and founder of low-booze brand The Clean Liquor Company; Laura Willoughby MBE, founder of Club Soda, the Mi…
 
As a mom, I can’t help but look at my kids and think about the kind of world that they are growing up in. I feel an immense sense of responsibility to teach them to be good humans and citizens who are kind, generous, and thoughtful justice-seekers. There are times when we the world feels crazy and when I see amazing young people working to improve …
 
Get involved in a fun, fearless new series hosted by presenter Yasmin Evans, and brought to you by Co-op. Each episode, Yasmin will be joined by special guests to talk about the issues affecting society today, with light-hearted discussions and lively debates along the way. With real feel-good factor, it’s your new weekly fave. Subscribe and listen…
 
There’s something to be said for getting out and experiencing the world - going and visiting different countries and learning more about other cultures and communities. The more that we can expand our horizons, the more we can learn to appreciate the beauty of this world we live in and see other people through God’s eyes. Today’s guest shares how h…
 
There is nothing more encouraging to me than seeing young people making a difference and pursing entrepreneurship; being the change-makers. They push me to do more and be better. My guest today is an incredibly inspiring young leader named Miracle Olatunji. Miracle is an entrepreneur, international speaker, and the author of the book, “Purpose: How…
 
In this episode, Organic India Team Leader, Sarada, talks to Marcus and offers a master class on all things Tulsi aka “Holy Basil”. She speaks of the amazing business sustainability model of Organic India and how it is changing the face of organic farming in India. You will learn about a fantastic ORGANIC INDIA Tulsi 21 Day Challenge which will sho…
 
It’s Episode 200, and today’s guest is the one and only John Stillman, my husband! I knew for this episode I’d have to invite my special guest back to the show. His first appearance was Episode 100, and since my listeners loved it, I thought it was about time I brought him back for another interview! It’s hard to believe we are here at 200 episodes…
 
Over the last couple years, I’ve been on a slow but steady journey of becoming somebody who is less wasteful. I may not get to the point of being able to fit all my trash from the month into a mason jar, but I have been making slow, intentional choices to reduce and use less waste. Along this journey, there have been certain items that have made me…
 
As a business owner, often one of our biggest pain points are taxes and accounting. My guest today is especially passionate about helping social entrepreneurs tackle this aspect of their business in a purposeful way. Jessica Mah is the founder and CEO of inDinero and loves helping entrepreneurs run better businesses. She has grown the company from …
 
This episode, as we hit the three month mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, we revisit the impacts along the supply chain and unpack the key takeaways since March as businesses continue to adapt and prepare for a busy summer and harvest season. Featured guests Stéphanie Levasseur, President of Quebec Apple Growers, Satri Alpine, Director of Talent and C…
 
I am so excited to welcome Keenya Kelly to the show this week. Keenya is an incredible, powerhouse entrepreneur. We connected a few months ago and I knew I wanted to have her on the show. We had such an incredible conversation and I know you're going to be encouraged and inspired! ABOUT KEENYA KELLY: As an accomplished business executive, teacher a…
 
I am honored to welcome to the show Marissa Williams, Shiquita Hyman, and Tiffany Moon - all amazing content creators and also founders of "Our Shades of Influence." Our Shades of Influence is a group of three diverse women within the influencer community. Their goal as influencers is to inspire, educate, and empower people of all shades, shapes, a…
 
Jeff King, Hershey’s senior director of global sustainability and social impact, is the person responsible for the company’s Cocoa For Good sustainability program, which has committed to 100% direct-sourced cocoa in West Africa by 2025. He talks to ConfectioneryNews about the company’s achievements so far and wider issues affecting the cocoa sector…
 
When people ask me where I want to be when I’m 80-years-old, one of the first answers I always give is something to the effect of, “Holding hands and still madly in love with my husband, John.” I am so passionate about marriage and the amazing gift that it is. Today’s episode is for both married and single people. There really is something for ever…
 
Bunge Loders Croklaan, one of the leading companies in edible specialty oils and fats production, has developed ‘Sweetolin’ that will enable up to 50% less sugar in the final confectionery product with ‘no compromise on taste experience’.By William Reed Business Media
 
Ensuring food quality, sustaining food availability, reducing waste, minimizing costs to consumers and maximizing recyclability – all while mitigating the impacts on the environment – makes the conversation on sustainable packaging and preferred packaging materials remarkably complex. On this episode, guests talk about their work in the area of sus…
 
If we want to have a productive and honest conversation about what it’s going to take to end human trafficking, we’ve got to start thinking about what to do on the front end. How do we keep people from falling into the trap of human trafficking in the first place? One of the biggest factors in that prevention means providing jobs, education, and su…
 
Have you ever thought about the story you are telling with the things you bring into your home? Have you ever thought about what your décor style says about you? I love seeing how different people’s home décor or personal style says so much about their personality, culture, history, where they’ve traveled, and what they hold near and dear to them. …
 
Anyone who has ever started a business knows that entrepreneurship is hard. Starting a business takes courage. Starting a business takes conviction, perseverance, grit and tenacity. It is not for the faint of heart and often the occasion arises where you may need to change something to keep your business going. In our current time right now, pivoti…
 
We talk about parenting as a blind person, tennis, over-protectiveness versus independence, finding your calling, the highs and lows of the parenting advice you get from the internet, maternity leave guilt and dirty nappies that go waaaaay up the back. Monica also shares a pivotal moment where a fellow school-mum broached Monica's sight-loss proble…
 
How often do you hear the term superfoods these days? I hear health and fitness gurus talking about it all the time and my local grocery store even has a dedicated aisle just for superfoods! My guest today was really intrigued by this Superfood phenomenon. She wanted to know how these superfoods affect our bodies and how the growing of the foods af…
 
This episode, we unpack fairtrade practices as an influential method to sustainability. We spoke with Jennie Coleman, President of Equifruit about their approach to sustainability and the Fairtrade certification. We also brought Mimmo Franzone, Director of Produce and Floral with Longo’s into the conversation to talk about their Fairtrade organic b…
 
My guest this week is Eric Erdman, the founder of the Give a Child a Voice Foundation. When Eric learned he had advanced brain cancer in July of 2016 at the age of 16, he had no idea all the ways his life would change. He faced medical procedures including both brain surgery and eye surgery, and lost hearing as well as sight in one of his eyes. Yet…
 
Women “make up around 43 percent of the agricultural labor force in developing countries”. They are especially disadvantaged and usually have more limited access to both information and services. They hold more responsibilities around the house and are now taking over more and more of the agricultural workload as men migrate out of town to find wor…
 
We talk about how we take bananas for granted, how you get me-time with a small baby knocking around, the right ways to talk about food with your children, the potential pitfalls of bypassing childcare for the first few years of your baby's life, listening to music, walking in the rain and snow and paternity and maternity leave in the US. We don't …
 
It’s Episode 190, which means it’s time for another solo episode! When I was thinking about what I wanted to do for this episode, I was talking to my husband about how surreal this time is that we’re in right now while we’re social distancing all over the world. I’ve been taking social media Sabbaths on the weekends from Friday night until Monday m…
 
We talk about being proud of what you do, the joys - and novelty - of your childcare coming from two Grandpas, being content with mediocrity, explaining where meat comes from and modelling being in love. We also chat about existential crises, how being brought up by single parents changes your aspirations and idea of ‘normal’, envying your school-f…
 
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