The Toxic Fox Show
About This Show
“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” Dr Suess.
Your purpose is to make a difference to the world we live in, through your business.
Whether your business is a BCorp, Profit with Purpose, Conscious Business – or Conscious Capitalism as it’s also known, Impact or Social Enterprise, basically you ‘give a damn!’ about health and wellness, sustainability, ethics and future generations.
Every week we interview people who run such businesses, asking them to share their journey, along with tips, tricks and tactics for running a conscious business.
Our aim is twofold: first, to inspire you to adopt and adapt the insights you gain from their stories in your business, and second, to create a community that will connect, collaborate, consolidate and grow.
Please join us: listen, review and share.
Most Recent Episode
Hannah Parris | Mighty Good Journey | Start Some Good | TFS014
Jul 2 16
Switch your undies to feel Mighty Good and Start Some Good
Today’s guest, Hannah Parris, is the founder of Audrey Blue, one of the first GOTS-certified (that’s short for Global Organic Textile Standard) fashion brands in Australia. Hannah is also co-founder of Mighty Good Undies, an organic cotton underwear brand launching at the 2016 Berlin Ethical Fashion Show.
(pssst….you can help ensure Hannah gets to Berlin to Start Some Good by supporting the Mighty Good crowd funding campaign Switch Your Undies and Change the World before it closes on May 22, 2016)
With a PhD in Institutional Economics and expertise in tinned tuna and industrial supply chains, Hannah has learnt about the fashion industry the hard way. However, her well-honed research skills in public policy, her interest in organic cotton and the impact of our clothing choices on the environment and society have underpinned her drive to make a difference in the fashion world.
Listen in and learn more about Hannah’s passion and purpose as we discuss:
Why Hannah chose certified organic and Fair Trade.
Her tips for getting certified, and the costs involved in the certification process
How our clothing choices have an environmental and social impact
Why her current focus is on the Mighty Good Undies
Changing the direction of Audrey Blue
The power of partnership and how she makes it work