6 cool examples of the one for one business model done right

6 cool examples of the one for one business model done right

‘Buy one, give one’ is a (social)business model on the rise. It was pioneered by footwear brand TOMS’ founder Blake Mycoskie in 2006 and has been copied (and criticized) by many since. Mycoskie showed the world that a private, for profit, company can create both commercial and social value at the same time. Check out these 6 cool examples  of the one for one business model done right that will make you greedy, euh, I mean eager to start giving! read more…

Thinking out of the box:  10 cool design products

Thinking out of the box: 10 cool design products

When you think about it; what’s not to like about cardboard? It’s light, flexible, strong, super affordable and easy on the environment. But stuff made from cardboard to me always felt a bit like bags made from jute; too much treehugger style. Until now when I found these amazing and beautiful cardboard concepts from all over the world.  read more…

They stuck their money where the sun don’t shine

They stuck their money where the sun don’t shine

Underground that is…Two guys from London are working on an awesome idea; growing microgreens (think rocket, basil, coriander or watercress) and salad underground.  And not just anywhere underground but in the middle of London in forgotten empty tunnels (old bomb shelters really). And they supply directly to the restaurants located above their heads. Read here how they pull this off!

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MASH tells stories about people, brands and organisations that know how to make right things cool. And cool things right. MASH champions those who create meaningful business, disrupt the status-quo and celebrate style and design.

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Colette van der Minne
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