Data, data, data. It’s said to be the new currency. What is it telling you? How are you tracking it? Does it matter?
Bacteria may light up the future. Glowee, a start-up company based in Paris, France, is developing bioluminescent lights to illuminate shop fronts and street signs.
The most wonderful time of the year is just about here, whether we’re ready or not — but what the Earth is definitely not ready for is the impact the holiday season has on it.
“Safety is the biggest barrier for people who don't cycle,” British entrepreneur Emily Brooke tells Forbes. “You could be lit up like a Christmas tree, but if you’re caught in a vehicle's blind spot you can't be seen.”
This Parisian entrepreneuse is a pure product of the Y generation as we conceive it. Because she was fed up with eating sushi for dinner every evening, Julia imagined Frichti: yummy fresh dishes and products by small producers delivered straight to your home as though you were coming back from the market—a big step up from all the other home delivery services. Interview with the eat-girl of the moment.
We talked shop with Danit Zamir and Julia Capalino on their partnership, building strategy together and sharing the same goal.
Many of us use various cosmetics products daily but it can be challenging to find out what we actually put on our skin. Checking the product label is far from being helpful, since often the ingredients are listed in gibberish-sounding INCI names (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) or Latin.
We’ve heard the rumours that insects are the new protein, but so far bugs have yet to come close to replacing boerewors on South Africans’ plates. Gourmet Grubb, a group of local entrepreneurs with a passion for sustainability are working to fix that.
Women’s coworking startup The Wing has launched a new initiative to support female founders.
Evrnu founder and CEO Stacy Flynn is on a mission to reinvent the fashion industry with technology that turns garment waste into new raw materials...
Ingvill Kerob har funnet et av de største hullene i tekstilbransjen. Nå trenger hun fire millioner kroner til reparasjon.
24-year-old company founder receives $100,000 award from UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
As We Are Now was born from founder Anette Miwa Dimmen’s desire to create a new kind of lifestyle brand with a holistic approach to fashion, lifestyle, design and sustainability. Having worked for ten years in an international design and manufacturing agency, Anette saw a gap in the market for a brand that connects feminine aesthetics and values with smart products and innovative fabrics.