Coffee & Jam May

Join us at this Coffee & Jam as you’ll first hear from Hannah Hardy-Jones, the CEO and founder of the Kite Programme – A unique wellbeing app that can be easily customised and tailored to suit any audience. Hannah has an extensive background in HR, and is a mental health advocate – speaking openly about her own mental health journey to reduce stigma. At this event, she will talk to us about her startup ‘The Kite Program’.

Next up, you’ll hear from Lucy Pink, founder of ONYOU – a sustainable and ethical fashion and beauty aggregation app that allows consumers to search and discover sustainable products from reputable brands. Lucy will talk about the rise of the conscious consumer and the role that her startup ONYOU will play in helping consumers put their dollars where their values lie.

This is expected to be an informative session as always, so come along, be inspired, and meet your startup and innovation tribe!

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Hannah Hardy-Jones
CEO/Founder @The Kite Program
Hannah is the Founder of the Kite Program – A unique wellbeing app platform that can be easily be customised and tailored to suit any audience. Hannah works with corporates, specific initiatives such as the UK Government Kickstarter scheme, industry groups, as well as projects for specific mental health conditions.Hannah has an extensive background in HR, and is a mental health advocate- speaking openly about her own mental health journey to reduce stigma.Hannah will be speaking to us today about ‘The Kite Program – Microlearning and Wellbeing in a World of Information Overload’.

Lucy Pink
Founder @ONYOU
Lucy is the founder of ONYOU – a sustainable and ethical fashion and beauty aggregation app that has attracted over 800 users through a prototype she built a month ago. Consumers can search sustainable products from reputable brands, filtering by category, style, price and more.Over the last couple of years, she’s become increasingly frustrated with how difficult it is to find sustainable and ethically made products online. And she’s not alone. In a new report, 66% of consumers would spend more on a product if it comes from a sustainable brand (and that figure jumps for Millenials).With so many consumers wanting to buy where their values lie, Lucy believes that a totally new shopping experience should be created with the consumer at the centre. Each consumer should be able to have control over what they see and enjoy a shopping experience made just for them.

Lucy will talk about the rise of the conscious consumer and the role that her startup ONYOU will play in helping consumers put their dollars where their values lie.