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Thrive - Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast: Are you looking to learn from the best entrepreneurs in health, fitness and nutrition? Hosted by me Susan Hay - I'll be interviewing top entrepreneurs who have made health their business, to bring you knowledge and key secrets on how to help your ethical business and brand succeed. Subscribe and listen in for key business advice from health entrepreneurs who’ve already grown a successful ethical business and brand. Apply the practical knowledge to your own business to start building an ethical business that’s right for you.

Latest Episodes

How to create successful mind habits, to bring order to your day.

On the show this week we have Tom Fortes Mayer and Daleep Chabria from FREEMIND. Tom Fortes Mayer is a Harley Street hypnotherapist, author, international speaker and creator of the FreeMind app - a 3 pillar approach to happiness. FreeMind is an App and learning platform that’s focus around 3 key pillars of support. Peace, Power and Purpose. In this episode Tom and Daleep bring you some powerful ways to use meditation, music to form powerful daily habits. Covered in this episode: How the mind is a beautiful thing, but ungrounded it’s literally MENTAL!! How social media has an aim to draw you in and keep you stuck in a psychological loop. Creating successful habits for your mind, to bring order to your day. How real life connection is so vitally different to social media connections. How meditation can help us to break out of the self-limiting habits FreeMind and the 3 pillars of support. Power Purpose and Peace Creating playlists for daily use to control your emotional state Community, celebration, creativity, collaboration - the 4 needs for us all. Quotes from the show: “The greatest thing about the entrepreneur journey is to be aware that things will go wrong and you will be challenged” “Use music in your day to manage your emotional state, create a playlist for your emotional states: Creativity, Power, Determination” “Success - it’s all about alignment - if you feel that you have everything you need right now, you’ll feel successful when your in your purpose, connected to your power and at peace”. More from Tom and Daleep Twitter: https://twitter.com/tomfortesmayer Find out about the FreeMind app and give it a try at: https://freemindhub.com More from Thrive: https://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio.

55 MIN3 w ago
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How to create successful mind habits, to bring order to your day.

Finding the true mission of your food or health brand

SOLO EPISODE: Ethical Entrepreneurs In this episode of Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast, I deep dive into why your food or health brand needs to be 100% crystal clear on your brands mission. A brand mission is so important, especially when it comes to food, health and wellness brands. Covered in this episode: • Your brand is NOT your logo • Your brand is EVERYTHING that your customers, say, hear and share about your company. • What are you really selling? • What is the emotional connection that your brand offers? • How to create a bond with your customers deeper than the products you offer. We're launching our Thrive Brand Academy in September - an online platform to help Ethical Brand and Business owners grow their audience and connect deeper with their fans. To find out more sign up to our newsletter at Thrive: https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/newsletter/ Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of these links are for products and services offered by Thrive Publishing and Media.

8 MINAUG 7
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Finding the true mission of your food or health brand

Embracing technology in your food business with Ritam Gandhi

Welcome back to the Podcast, this week on the show we have Ritam Gandhi - Director and Founder of Studio Graphene in London. Ritam and his team do amazing work in the digital and app space and they have some brilliant knowledge when it comes to start-ups. So grab a pen and notebook and get ready to uncover some gems for your brand and business. What we cover in this episode: What’s your background and how did you get started in your current role? How is tech and food coming together like we’ve never seen before in the past? Tell us how food and health start-ups could maximise technology to grow? What consumer gaps can you spot to create a business that tackles waste? How can startups effectively reach out to larger companies to partner? When it comes to start-up food & health brands - how do you think they can become more resilient? How the internet of things is having a huge impact on food business. Quotes: "Measuring key metrics in your food business is becoming much easier with the internet of things" "Food waste is a huge problem and a great example of using the internet of things in this space is the latest app that measures the food you are wasting, via a scales under your kitchen bin." "It's consumer perception that drives what food businesses and producers do" More from Ritam: Twitter: @ritamgandhiWebsite:www.studiographene.com More from Thrive: https://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio.

27 MINJUL 27
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Embracing technology in your food business with Ritam Gandhi

One Feeds Two and how business can be a force for good

Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, this week on the show, we have Owen Burton from ONE FEEDS TWO. One Feeds Two partners with food companies to donate school meals to some of the poorest communities worldwide. It’s such a great example of a one for one business model. JP Campbell started One Feeds Two with his business selling gourmet soups to chilly Scots out of a vintage Citroën H-Van. It was here he paired up with grassroots feeding programmes providing school meals to children living in poverty. They have donated over 5 million meals to school children worldwide. What we cover in this episode: How entrepreneurs are recognising that business can help solve social issues worldwide One for One model of business and how this can make a worldwide impact Collaboration over competition – it just makes sense! Giving a donated school meal is ensuring that kids actually turn up and learn. Education is the key to changing generations to come How you can introduce the One...

40 MINMAY 23
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One Feeds Two and how business can be a force for good

Omega 3 - When it comes to supplements - quality is super important

Introduction All about OMEGA 3!Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, this week on the show, we have Melanie Lawson, founder of Bare Biology. Bare Biology supply high quality Omega 3 fish oils and supplements and Melanie is a huge advocate for transparency when it comes to talking about mental health. Welcome to the show Melanie… What we cover in this episode: The direct link between Omega 3 and mental health. Omega 3 and posta-natal depression During pregnancy the mothers DHA goes direct to the baby, this now has been proven to have a direct link to postnatal depression. Finding a sustainable supplier is key - research and go and visit suppliers Omega 6 and Omega 3 are out of balance in the Western world. Our diets are filled with Omega 6 via veg oil production and processed foods. Omega 3’s come from oily fish and this doesn’t play such a bold part in our diet these days! Quotes: “ The smaller the wild fish then the lower the contamination levels” “It’s ok to put your eggs in one basket as long as you look after those eggs really well!” “Consumers are changing their priorities, choice is becoming much more important for individuals, and for the environment” “Fresh fish is just not so abundant in our diets these days and so omega 3’s have to come from other routes” Find out more from Melanie and Bare Biologyhttps://www.barebiology.com/pages/our-story https://www.instagram.com/barebiology/ https://twitter.com/BareBiology More from Thrive: http://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ Thrive Magazine - Become a Healthy Brand Partner for 2019 here >> What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of the links within our show notes are for products and services offered by the podcast creator and guest.

32 MINAPR 18
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Omega 3 - When it comes to supplements - quality is super important

Why Establishing an Ethical Supply Chain is so important

IntroductionWelcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, on the show this week we have Scott Russell, co-founder and CEO of Paddy & Scotts Coffee. I love the ethics, the background and the growth of this company. So, welcome to the show Scott… What we cover in this episode: How with huge growth brings huge challenges in supply chain management.Coffee is the second most traded commodity to oil - why it’s important to look after the farmers. Supply chains don’t have to be elongated - simplify it. Build a model that lets your customers deal direct with the producers. How telling the stories of your producers can help build the relationship between brand and consumer. We’re quite happy to pay £3 for a coffee but the farmers get probably as little as 3p for that crop. King Charles banned coffee shops in 18th century as he seen them as places of scheming and planning! Quotes: “What we do is to use the whole crop of coffee - so it is much more sustainable”. “The farm is broken down into 6500 membership plots - each membership is a tangible tree! It’s a direct collaboration between the farmer and the consumer”. “It’s much more than business, but we’re a commercial business. Big business doesn’t have to be bad!” “Consumers are savvy now and they understand - authenticity is the big currency”. Find out more from Scott and Paddy & Scotts Coffeehttps://www.paddyandscotts.co.uk/about-us https://www.instagram.com/paddyandscotts/?hl=en https://twitter.com/PaddyandScotts https://www.facebook.com/paddyandscotts/ More from Thrive: http://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ Thrive Magazine - Become a Healthy Brand Partner for 2019 here >> What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of the links within our show notes are for products and services offered by the podcast creator and guest.

29 MINAPR 3
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Why Establishing an Ethical Supply Chain is so important

How healthy food at work can be easy!

Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, on the show today we have Riya Grover. Riya is the co-founder Feedr - a curated marketplace which allows individuals to order healthy, nutritious food from London's best artisan vendors, delivered to their workplace. What we cover in this episode: Most of your daily meals are eaten at work - this is where you need to be able to choose from healthy, tasty food! Quick convenience food when at work has dominated for far too long - workplaces need to recognise the value of taking time out at work to eat well. Choose quality food at work and you’ll have more energy in the evenings! Workplace benefits and health and well being is becoming much more considered and companies should be providing healthy options. There is an absolute clear link between what you eat and how your brain functions - this has a direct affect on productivity at work! Quotes: “I was really lucky to grow up in a farm to table manner - even before farm to table existed” “I really wanted to change the problem that workplaces had in access to healthy, tasty food” “We have a detailed vetting process when it comes to vendors: are they sourcing from fairtrade, is the quality high, are they packing their meals with nutritious ingredients, are they using eco-friendly packaging”. “Companies have a role to play and a responsibility when it comes to providing healthy food options to their workforce” Find out more from Riya and Feedr:https://teamfeedr.teamtailor.com/people/131997-riya-grover https://feedr.co/ https://www.instagram.com/wearefeedr/ https://www.facebook.com/wearefeedr https://twitter.com/wearefeedr More from Thrive: http://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ Thrive Magazine - Become a Healthy Brand Partner for 2019 here >> What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of the links within our show notes are for products and services offered by the podcast creator and guest.

29 MINMAR 20
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How healthy food at work can be easy!

Creating an ethical free-from brand with Julianne Ponan

Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, on the show today we have Julianne Ponan. Apart from being the CEO of the Creative Nature brand. Julianne is the youngest winner of the National Natwest Everywoman Award plus she’s a keynote speaker and Virgin Start-up Mentor and has just made the Forbes 30 under 30 list. What we discuss: The power of focusing on solving a problem - Julianne suffers with Anaphylaxis - a severe and potentially life-threatening reaction to a trigger such as an allergy. It's also known as anaphylactic shock. Being adaptable is key when running a small business and understanding your finances is crucial. You need to really consider who you bring into your business, they need to live the products and understand the mission to the core. Why you have to support your supply chain, farmers and growers are key and they have to be supported. Entrepreneurship is not as easy as it looks. How being part of a community and support other entrepreneurs can build such powerful connections. Quotes: “We always had an aim to help the farmers and growers, our supply trade is absolutely key to us. We support the famers 100% and make sure that they are all paid fairly” “I always used to be shy about all of the good things we were doing, but I’ve learnt you have to blow your own trumpet. Promote the good stuff you’re doing and you’ll grow”. “If you physically go and surround yourself with fellow entrepreneurs, you’ll learn so much”. “I hope that these big brands make the changes in an ethical way, and not just jumping on the bandwagon”. Find out more from Julianne http://www.julianneponan.com https://www.creativenaturesuperfoods.co.uk https://twitter.com/JuliannePonan https://www.instagram.com/julianne.ponan/ More from Thrive: http://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ Thrive Magazine - Become a Healthy Brand Partner for 2019 here >> What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of the links within our show notes are for products and services offered by the podcast creator and guest.

31 MINMAR 6
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Creating an ethical free-from brand with Julianne Ponan

The Power of Personalised Nutrition with Nutritionist Sandra Greenbank

Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, on the show today we have registered nutritional therapist - Sandra Greenbank. Sandra focuses on nutrition and fertility and as well as running her own nutritional practice, she’s also a renowned speaker and runs nutrition based workshops throughout the UK. Welcome Sandra... What we discuss: How one life changing session with a nutritional therapist completely changed her life direction. How the body is self-healing when it’s in it’s ultimate state. Once you look to adopt a healthy diet pre-pregnancy, then that carries through to your children and all future generations too. Nutritional therapy is always personalised and DNA testing is a part of understanding long-term health. But, it’s a new area and we are still understanding the implications and level of details that it gives. If you are using any of the home DNA kits, make sure to be aware of where your data is going and how it is being used. The trouble with generic treatme...

43 MINFEB 21
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The Power of Personalised Nutrition with Nutritionist Sandra Greenbank

Mindset and Movement with Silver Medalist Emma Howells-Davies

I’m Sue Hay - Editor and CEO of Thrive Magazine. I’m really excited about today's guest. She is a Welsh, British and Spanish Open Karate Knockdown Champion and holds a silver medal in Full Contact Knockdown Karate. Plus she has over 20 years experience as a behavioural change specialist supporting people to improve their lifestyle and maximise their performance. Heads up: this episode has a little bit of echo at the beginning - but it improves at 1:45s What we discuss: How finding your own kind of movement is key to making it a long term habit. Empowerment and how acting early on a problem or issue is claiming your power over the situation. How to form healthy habits and have a mental checklist to bring yourself back to a calm state of mind. How a walking meeting was radicle back 10-15 years ago! Whereas now, it’s being adopted more and more. How it’s become a modern day problem that we have to make a conscious choice to move. Are your day-to-day behaviours matching what is impo...

33 MINFEB 7
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Mindset and Movement with Silver Medalist Emma Howells-Davies

Latest Episodes

How to create successful mind habits, to bring order to your day.

On the show this week we have Tom Fortes Mayer and Daleep Chabria from FREEMIND. Tom Fortes Mayer is a Harley Street hypnotherapist, author, international speaker and creator of the FreeMind app - a 3 pillar approach to happiness. FreeMind is an App and learning platform that’s focus around 3 key pillars of support. Peace, Power and Purpose. In this episode Tom and Daleep bring you some powerful ways to use meditation, music to form powerful daily habits. Covered in this episode: How the mind is a beautiful thing, but ungrounded it’s literally MENTAL!! How social media has an aim to draw you in and keep you stuck in a psychological loop. Creating successful habits for your mind, to bring order to your day. How real life connection is so vitally different to social media connections. How meditation can help us to break out of the self-limiting habits FreeMind and the 3 pillars of support. Power Purpose and Peace Creating playlists for daily use to control your emotional state Community, celebration, creativity, collaboration - the 4 needs for us all. Quotes from the show: “The greatest thing about the entrepreneur journey is to be aware that things will go wrong and you will be challenged” “Use music in your day to manage your emotional state, create a playlist for your emotional states: Creativity, Power, Determination” “Success - it’s all about alignment - if you feel that you have everything you need right now, you’ll feel successful when your in your purpose, connected to your power and at peace”. More from Tom and Daleep Twitter: https://twitter.com/tomfortesmayer Find out about the FreeMind app and give it a try at: https://freemindhub.com More from Thrive: https://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio.

55 MIN3 w ago
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How to create successful mind habits, to bring order to your day.

Finding the true mission of your food or health brand

SOLO EPISODE: Ethical Entrepreneurs In this episode of Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast, I deep dive into why your food or health brand needs to be 100% crystal clear on your brands mission. A brand mission is so important, especially when it comes to food, health and wellness brands. Covered in this episode: • Your brand is NOT your logo • Your brand is EVERYTHING that your customers, say, hear and share about your company. • What are you really selling? • What is the emotional connection that your brand offers? • How to create a bond with your customers deeper than the products you offer. We're launching our Thrive Brand Academy in September - an online platform to help Ethical Brand and Business owners grow their audience and connect deeper with their fans. To find out more sign up to our newsletter at Thrive: https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/newsletter/ Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of these links are for products and services offered by Thrive Publishing and Media.

8 MINAUG 7
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Finding the true mission of your food or health brand

Embracing technology in your food business with Ritam Gandhi

Welcome back to the Podcast, this week on the show we have Ritam Gandhi - Director and Founder of Studio Graphene in London. Ritam and his team do amazing work in the digital and app space and they have some brilliant knowledge when it comes to start-ups. So grab a pen and notebook and get ready to uncover some gems for your brand and business. What we cover in this episode: What’s your background and how did you get started in your current role? How is tech and food coming together like we’ve never seen before in the past? Tell us how food and health start-ups could maximise technology to grow? What consumer gaps can you spot to create a business that tackles waste? How can startups effectively reach out to larger companies to partner? When it comes to start-up food & health brands - how do you think they can become more resilient? How the internet of things is having a huge impact on food business. Quotes: "Measuring key metrics in your food business is becoming much easier with the internet of things" "Food waste is a huge problem and a great example of using the internet of things in this space is the latest app that measures the food you are wasting, via a scales under your kitchen bin." "It's consumer perception that drives what food businesses and producers do" More from Ritam: Twitter: @ritamgandhiWebsite:www.studiographene.com More from Thrive: https://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio.

27 MINJUL 27
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Embracing technology in your food business with Ritam Gandhi

One Feeds Two and how business can be a force for good

Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, this week on the show, we have Owen Burton from ONE FEEDS TWO. One Feeds Two partners with food companies to donate school meals to some of the poorest communities worldwide. It’s such a great example of a one for one business model. JP Campbell started One Feeds Two with his business selling gourmet soups to chilly Scots out of a vintage Citroën H-Van. It was here he paired up with grassroots feeding programmes providing school meals to children living in poverty. They have donated over 5 million meals to school children worldwide. What we cover in this episode: How entrepreneurs are recognising that business can help solve social issues worldwide One for One model of business and how this can make a worldwide impact Collaboration over competition – it just makes sense! Giving a donated school meal is ensuring that kids actually turn up and learn. Education is the key to changing generations to come How you can introduce the One...

40 MINMAY 23
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One Feeds Two and how business can be a force for good

Omega 3 - When it comes to supplements - quality is super important

Introduction All about OMEGA 3!Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, this week on the show, we have Melanie Lawson, founder of Bare Biology. Bare Biology supply high quality Omega 3 fish oils and supplements and Melanie is a huge advocate for transparency when it comes to talking about mental health. Welcome to the show Melanie… What we cover in this episode: The direct link between Omega 3 and mental health. Omega 3 and posta-natal depression During pregnancy the mothers DHA goes direct to the baby, this now has been proven to have a direct link to postnatal depression. Finding a sustainable supplier is key - research and go and visit suppliers Omega 6 and Omega 3 are out of balance in the Western world. Our diets are filled with Omega 6 via veg oil production and processed foods. Omega 3’s come from oily fish and this doesn’t play such a bold part in our diet these days! Quotes: “ The smaller the wild fish then the lower the contamination levels” “It’s ok to put your eggs in one basket as long as you look after those eggs really well!” “Consumers are changing their priorities, choice is becoming much more important for individuals, and for the environment” “Fresh fish is just not so abundant in our diets these days and so omega 3’s have to come from other routes” Find out more from Melanie and Bare Biologyhttps://www.barebiology.com/pages/our-story https://www.instagram.com/barebiology/ https://twitter.com/BareBiology More from Thrive: http://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ Thrive Magazine - Become a Healthy Brand Partner for 2019 here >> What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of the links within our show notes are for products and services offered by the podcast creator and guest.

32 MINAPR 18
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Omega 3 - When it comes to supplements - quality is super important

Why Establishing an Ethical Supply Chain is so important

IntroductionWelcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, on the show this week we have Scott Russell, co-founder and CEO of Paddy & Scotts Coffee. I love the ethics, the background and the growth of this company. So, welcome to the show Scott… What we cover in this episode: How with huge growth brings huge challenges in supply chain management.Coffee is the second most traded commodity to oil - why it’s important to look after the farmers. Supply chains don’t have to be elongated - simplify it. Build a model that lets your customers deal direct with the producers. How telling the stories of your producers can help build the relationship between brand and consumer. We’re quite happy to pay £3 for a coffee but the farmers get probably as little as 3p for that crop. King Charles banned coffee shops in 18th century as he seen them as places of scheming and planning! Quotes: “What we do is to use the whole crop of coffee - so it is much more sustainable”. “The farm is broken down into 6500 membership plots - each membership is a tangible tree! It’s a direct collaboration between the farmer and the consumer”. “It’s much more than business, but we’re a commercial business. Big business doesn’t have to be bad!” “Consumers are savvy now and they understand - authenticity is the big currency”. Find out more from Scott and Paddy & Scotts Coffeehttps://www.paddyandscotts.co.uk/about-us https://www.instagram.com/paddyandscotts/?hl=en https://twitter.com/PaddyandScotts https://www.facebook.com/paddyandscotts/ More from Thrive: http://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ Thrive Magazine - Become a Healthy Brand Partner for 2019 here >> What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of the links within our show notes are for products and services offered by the podcast creator and guest.

29 MINAPR 3
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Why Establishing an Ethical Supply Chain is so important

How healthy food at work can be easy!

Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, on the show today we have Riya Grover. Riya is the co-founder Feedr - a curated marketplace which allows individuals to order healthy, nutritious food from London's best artisan vendors, delivered to their workplace. What we cover in this episode: Most of your daily meals are eaten at work - this is where you need to be able to choose from healthy, tasty food! Quick convenience food when at work has dominated for far too long - workplaces need to recognise the value of taking time out at work to eat well. Choose quality food at work and you’ll have more energy in the evenings! Workplace benefits and health and well being is becoming much more considered and companies should be providing healthy options. There is an absolute clear link between what you eat and how your brain functions - this has a direct affect on productivity at work! Quotes: “I was really lucky to grow up in a farm to table manner - even before farm to table existed” “I really wanted to change the problem that workplaces had in access to healthy, tasty food” “We have a detailed vetting process when it comes to vendors: are they sourcing from fairtrade, is the quality high, are they packing their meals with nutritious ingredients, are they using eco-friendly packaging”. “Companies have a role to play and a responsibility when it comes to providing healthy food options to their workforce” Find out more from Riya and Feedr:https://teamfeedr.teamtailor.com/people/131997-riya-grover https://feedr.co/ https://www.instagram.com/wearefeedr/ https://www.facebook.com/wearefeedr https://twitter.com/wearefeedr More from Thrive: http://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ Thrive Magazine - Become a Healthy Brand Partner for 2019 here >> What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of the links within our show notes are for products and services offered by the podcast creator and guest.

29 MINMAR 20
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How healthy food at work can be easy!

Creating an ethical free-from brand with Julianne Ponan

Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, on the show today we have Julianne Ponan. Apart from being the CEO of the Creative Nature brand. Julianne is the youngest winner of the National Natwest Everywoman Award plus she’s a keynote speaker and Virgin Start-up Mentor and has just made the Forbes 30 under 30 list. What we discuss: The power of focusing on solving a problem - Julianne suffers with Anaphylaxis - a severe and potentially life-threatening reaction to a trigger such as an allergy. It's also known as anaphylactic shock. Being adaptable is key when running a small business and understanding your finances is crucial. You need to really consider who you bring into your business, they need to live the products and understand the mission to the core. Why you have to support your supply chain, farmers and growers are key and they have to be supported. Entrepreneurship is not as easy as it looks. How being part of a community and support other entrepreneurs can build such powerful connections. Quotes: “We always had an aim to help the farmers and growers, our supply trade is absolutely key to us. We support the famers 100% and make sure that they are all paid fairly” “I always used to be shy about all of the good things we were doing, but I’ve learnt you have to blow your own trumpet. Promote the good stuff you’re doing and you’ll grow”. “If you physically go and surround yourself with fellow entrepreneurs, you’ll learn so much”. “I hope that these big brands make the changes in an ethical way, and not just jumping on the bandwagon”. Find out more from Julianne http://www.julianneponan.com https://www.creativenaturesuperfoods.co.uk https://twitter.com/JuliannePonan https://www.instagram.com/julianne.ponan/ More from Thrive: http://thrive-magazine.co.uk https://thrive-magazine.co.uk/our-mission/ https://www.instagram.com/thrivemagazine/ Thrive Magazine - Become a Healthy Brand Partner for 2019 here >> What does it mean to be an ethical business? An ethical business is a business that considers the impact its actions, products and services have on the environment, people and animals. Including the origin and supply chain of it’s products or services and how they manufacture and distribute them. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this episode. article, video or audio. Thrive Media and The Ethical Entrepreneur Podcast disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of the links within our show notes are for products and services offered by the podcast creator and guest.

31 MINMAR 6
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Creating an ethical free-from brand with Julianne Ponan

The Power of Personalised Nutrition with Nutritionist Sandra Greenbank

Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneurs Podcast, on the show today we have registered nutritional therapist - Sandra Greenbank. Sandra focuses on nutrition and fertility and as well as running her own nutritional practice, she’s also a renowned speaker and runs nutrition based workshops throughout the UK. Welcome Sandra... What we discuss: How one life changing session with a nutritional therapist completely changed her life direction. How the body is self-healing when it’s in it’s ultimate state. Once you look to adopt a healthy diet pre-pregnancy, then that carries through to your children and all future generations too. Nutritional therapy is always personalised and DNA testing is a part of understanding long-term health. But, it’s a new area and we are still understanding the implications and level of details that it gives. If you are using any of the home DNA kits, make sure to be aware of where your data is going and how it is being used. The trouble with generic treatme...

43 MINFEB 21
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The Power of Personalised Nutrition with Nutritionist Sandra Greenbank

Mindset and Movement with Silver Medalist Emma Howells-Davies

I’m Sue Hay - Editor and CEO of Thrive Magazine. I’m really excited about today's guest. She is a Welsh, British and Spanish Open Karate Knockdown Champion and holds a silver medal in Full Contact Knockdown Karate. Plus she has over 20 years experience as a behavioural change specialist supporting people to improve their lifestyle and maximise their performance. Heads up: this episode has a little bit of echo at the beginning - but it improves at 1:45s What we discuss: How finding your own kind of movement is key to making it a long term habit. Empowerment and how acting early on a problem or issue is claiming your power over the situation. How to form healthy habits and have a mental checklist to bring yourself back to a calm state of mind. How a walking meeting was radicle back 10-15 years ago! Whereas now, it’s being adopted more and more. How it’s become a modern day problem that we have to make a conscious choice to move. Are your day-to-day behaviours matching what is impo...

33 MINFEB 7
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Mindset and Movement with Silver Medalist Emma Howells-Davies