Entrepreneurs are problem-solvers. They create solutions that people or the environment needs. Whether its changing how we interact with technology or how we use resources, they are there to try to make our lives better.
In our #FutureofWorkHK series with Hong Kong Momtrepreneurs, we sat down with Ucommune member, Naveet McMahon, Co-Founder of bakbamboo, as she shares her passion to solve one of the biggest problems in the world, our addiction to single-use plastics, through alternative biodegradable bamboo made products.
Are you ready to go plastic free by 2025?
Watch the video here:
“The plastic tide is turning. We are finding that in Asia consumers are becoming increasingly aware and expecting businesses to take the lead on providing sustainable options to ensure we protect our precious “blue economy”. bakbamboo advises leading brands on delivering a complete sustainable eco-friendly solution to replace Single-use plastics.” – Naveet McMahon
Achieving more means hacking the norm. Here at Ucommune, we are a firm believer of supporting change especially when it comes to controlling waste management. Naveet’s big vision and mission of providing alternative sustainable solutions to enterprises and their consumers excites us!
Not only are bamboo products more eco-friendly, they are aesthetically and visually appealing while investing in the health of our oceans and environment.
Ucommune (Beijing) Venture Investment Co., Ltd was founded in 2015 by Dr. Mao Daqing, and is recognized as China’s leading shared working space provider, offering one-stop service solutions for start-ups of varied sizes. Headquartered in Beijing, the company has set its footprints in over 200 locations across 44 cities worldwide.
Hong Kong Momtrepreneurs is the first bilingual non-profit platform in Hong Kong:
– to educate life long skill of entrepreneurship among mothers and families by providing a platform to create opportunities through membership networks, trainings, and event;
– to empower women to have the achievement and self-fulfillment in balancing their families, careers, and community;
– to engage more involvements by children in their parents’ work life and enhance the parents as role models for their children;
– to support underprivileged women in training our members as their mentors;
– to raise public awareness on policies related to women empowerment and family by working closely with government, public sectors private sectors.
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