Category: <span>Business</span>

Eco Warrior Princess: The Best of 2015

Eco Warrior Princess: The Best of 2015

As we close out the year and start making plans for 2016, I thought I should take a moment from my usual posts to reflect on what an incredible year it has been. 2015 has been a marvellous one for Eco Warrior Princess. We saw a heap of  changes this past year; we turned into a multi-contributor platform, we added an...

How to Build an Ethical Business Without Losing Balance

How to Build an Ethical Business Without Losing Balance

When you’re in business for yourself, whether you own a large private company or working solely as a freelancer, it can be difficult to switch off. There are exciting projects to work on, clients to get back to, deadlines to meet, enquiries to answer, emails to respond to, invoices to pay, reports to review, products...

Crowdfunding Appeal for Global Sustainable Community Platform, Mymiti

Crowdfunding Appeal for Global Sustainable Community Platform, Mymiti

They say that having an idea is easy, it’s the execution that’s hard. And when you have a virtuous idea that is unprecedented, that crosses borders, and is technologically complex, everything hinges on execution. However to execute, you also need to have access to funds, a dilemma that threatens to destroy great ideas before they come...

Why I Became An (Ethical) Digital Marketer

Why I Became An (Ethical) Digital Marketer

Before I tell you the reason for my return to marketing, I want to first explain how I decided on writing this particular topic at this particular moment in time. The inspiration for this piece came from a book. On a recent expedition to the library I came across The Gruen Transfer, a book named...

Notely

Notely

Notely began from the belief that all our actions have consequences. That people power matters. And that the smallest spark of an idea can change the world (as long as you remember to write it down in the middle of the night). Our eco-friendly notebooks are printed entirely on FSC-certified paper using FSC-certified printing methods....

Closet Thief: Revolutionising the Clothes Swap

Closet Thief: Revolutionising the Clothes Swap

Are you a Click Chick? Chances are, in this highly digitised world, you are. Shopping online is becoming the norm for many women. It’s convenient, easy, allows online price comparisons, enables you to seek out online discounts and helps to plan your purchases accordingly. I am definitely a Click Chick. When I have a need...

Eco Brides Magazine

Eco Brides Magazine

If you haven’t already heard or read, I just scored myself a fantastic new role which happens to be “very me.” As well as being an Employment Consultant by day I am also a Marketing and PR intern with Eco Brides Magazine by night. And the work I am doing between 7pm and midnight is...

Peppermint Magazine

Peppermint Magazine

For those of you who read the Peppermint Magazine article in the June issue and felt the edited version wasn’t ‘complete’ enough, here is the extended version of my interview for “The New Green Voices” feature: Tell us a bit about what you do? I write a blog called Eco Warrior Princess https://ecowarriorprincess.net which is...

Start a Green Business, Save the World

Start a Green Business, Save the World

Nowadays people are starting to be aware of how a lot of their favorite things can ruin Mother Nature. It is good to know that unlike a few years earlier, there are already businesses that promote the preservation of planet Earth. These are called eco-friendly businesses or green businesses. There are several eco-friendly businesses out...

What it takes to be a writer

What it takes to be a writer

 Photo courtesy of photosteve101 I have an ordinary 9 to 5 day job just like most people. But unlike most people, I like to spend my evenings and weekends writing and blogging. Writers don’t need many tools to complete their work. Most writers just need a pen and a notebook. Others, like me, prefer their laptop....

The Carnage: A Mass Firing

The Carnage: A Mass Firing

Photo by Orin Zebest Yesterday I witnessed some of my work friends get fired. They were on contract. Temp staff. Like me. And they were dispensable. Some had been there five months. Others only three. They knew that they were on a temp assignment only. That the contract was not a permanent position. They also...