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Ethos Magazine Issue 14 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue 14 sees us look again at the things we can all do to make a difference. From litter picks to sustainable textiles, to where we live and what we buy, we’re inspired by the people who’re doing things differently and leading the charge to charge to create a better world.

Our cover story sees us head to the borders of Europe and Asia to hear how Ikea is working with social enterprises around the world. This issue’s long read looks at the power of play, and how it can help us create, connect and heal. Dealing with uncertainty shines through.

We talk about corporate philanthropy, tech with heart and the circular economy. And of course there’s food – from food waste to the protein power of eating insects. We’ve got a new section to help aspiring start-ups get off the ground, whilst our How to… section makes us think about purpose in and out of work, and taking inspiration from nature. Our regular slots pick up a rip-roaring conversation with pirate Sam Conniff and – with the end of lockdown in sight in the UK – we introduce you to our home city of Liverpool, and look from crop to cup to compost with a coffee-flavoured photo feature.

Packed with great stories that will give your day a boost, Ethos Magazine Issue 14 connects the sustainable ideas, people and places you need to know about.

Ethos magazine is a publication from United Kingdom for and about people who embrace new and innovative ways of doing business. We cover stories about the most progressive business leaders, their teams, ethos and ideas to give you a unique insight into how they’re changing how business is done. Ethos magazine is about good stories, good people and good business. We believe that business can be a force for good, so through Ethos we aim to champion and highlight those who are changing the world through their ethical aims and innovative ideas. Business should be about people and ideas – business models are simply vehicles. Writing about regional, national and international social enterprises and ethical businesses from our base in Liverpool, UK, we look at great businesses and the sector’s success stories. They are stories about community and responsibility, fresh ideas and free thinking entrepreneurs. They may be ethical and innovative, but they’re interesting and exciting.

Article No. bfethosmag0014 Published by Ethos Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Beach · Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 170 g Dimensions 22 × 15 × 1 cm

Ethos Magazine Issue 14 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue 14 sees us look again at the things we can all do to make a difference. From litter picks to sustainable textiles, to where we live and what we buy, we’re inspired by the people who’re doing things differently and leading the charge to charge to create a better world.

Our cover story sees us head to the borders of Europe and Asia to hear how Ikea is working with social enterprises around the world. This issue’s long read looks at the power of play, and how it can help us create, connect and heal. Dealing with uncertainty shines through.

We talk about corporate philanthropy, tech with heart and the circular economy. And of course there’s food – from food waste to the protein power of eating insects. We’ve got a new section to help aspiring start-ups get off the ground, whilst our How to… section makes us think about purpose in and out of work, and taking inspiration from nature. Our regular slots pick up a rip-roaring conversation with pirate Sam Conniff and – with the end of lockdown in sight in the UK – we introduce you to our home city of Liverpool, and look from crop to cup to compost with a coffee-flavoured photo feature.

Packed with great stories that will give your day a boost, Ethos Magazine Issue 14 connects the sustainable ideas, people and places you need to know about.

Ethos magazine is a publication from United Kingdom for and about people who embrace new and innovative ways of doing business. We cover stories about the most progressive business leaders, their teams, ethos and ideas to give you a unique insight into how they’re changing how business is done. Ethos magazine is about good stories, good people and good business. We believe that business can be a force for good, so through Ethos we aim to champion and highlight those who are changing the world through their ethical aims and innovative ideas. Business should be about people and ideas – business models are simply vehicles. Writing about regional, national and international social enterprises and ethical businesses from our base in Liverpool, UK, we look at great businesses and the sector’s success stories. They are stories about community and responsibility, fresh ideas and free thinking entrepreneurs. They may be ethical and innovative, but they’re interesting and exciting.

Article No. bfethosmag0014 Published by Ethos Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Beach · Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 170 g Dimensions 22 × 15 × 1 cm
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