We are delighted to have won the first Blue Patch New Business Awards.
Blue Patch is a UK online marketplace for sustainable, British products and services which supports ethical independent business.
At The Soap Co. we know it can be difficult to find those perfect gifts that combine style, quality and social impact.
For this Father's Day we have teamed up with environmental designers, Elvis & Kresse, to make the perfect combination.
On the 19th May, Paul Belford Ltd, the creators of The Soap Co. brand won a prestigious D&AD Pencil for Packaging Design and Inclusive Packaging Design. Other winners in the Packaging Design category included global brands such as Wagamama, Smirnoff and Marc Jacobs.
In 2014 Peter Bakker, president of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development declared ‘CSR is dead. It’s over’.
The question is what would replace it?
Next in the #SoapCo_Inspired journey, we are delighted to hear from Camilla Marcus–Dew.
As an On Purpose Associate Camilla managed the successful launch of The Soap Co. and shares what is inspiring her right now.
This Saturday, 10th October, is the UK's second annual Social Saturday, and to celebrate our CEO, Jeremy, and Jason from The Soap Co.’s factory in Keswick are undertaking a long distance bike ride, cycling from the factory to Manchester and visiting as many social enterprises at they can on the way.
What inspired you to start Digital Mums?
My co-founder Kathryn and I had started our own PR and Marketing Consultancy in Hackney, where we both live. We kept getting asked by businesses for social media management, which we didn’t have time for and were trying to work out how we could outsource it.
Here at The Soap Co. we are celebrating our launch by recognizing all the people, organizations and things that make us feel inspired #SoapCo_Inspired.
Over the coming weeks, we will be interviewing our favourite inspirational people to find out what inspires them. We are delighted that Karen, CEO of Belu Water, is here to kick off the series.