If you take a quick look around your office, it probably won’t be hard to spot a pair of shoes made by Allbirds, the San Francisco-based footwear company that makes its products using materials like wool and eucalyptus fiber. The two year-year old company aims to make comfortable, sustainably-made shoes – and they seem to be everywhere.
Listen in as EDF+Business vice president Tom Murray chats with Allbirds co-founder Tim Brown to learn more about his approach to design and innovation and to look behind the sustainability curtain at Allbirds.
Stamford, Conn., Jan 30, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Tim Brown, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Nestlé Waters North America was presented last night with the Thomas Steel award by The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, recognizing his dedication to the organization’s mission to combat hunger and commitment to the community of lower Fairfield County. The ceremony took place at the 11th Annual Chefs’ Dinner to Fight Hunger, an event that raises money to support the work of The Food Bank while celebrating the culinary talents of local top chefs.
President and CEO, Tim Brown was featured in the May Issue of Gama News Magazine. The interview with Tim addressed questions pertaining to non-alcoholic drink innovation, succeeding in the current economic climate, markets or consumer groups that offer the greatest growth opportunities, as well as how to facilitate brand loyalty by reaching and engaging a shifting consumer base.
On December 8th, leaders in the beverage industry will meet at the Future Smarts Conference in New York City. Brown, president and CEO of Nestle Waters North America, will explain why and how ‘Doing More Business With Less Water’ is the path to a stable and sustainable future. To get ahead of an impending global water shortfall, Tim will encourage the beverage industry to continue being models of water efficiency, engaging in cross-sectorial collaboration, and investing in local watersheds.