Today, we’re speaking with Eve Kekeh, the founder of Budlee. Bundlee is a business disrupting the multi-million dollar baby clothes market by enabling parents to rent and then return bundles of clothes for their rapidly growing infants.
We’ve all heard of the sharing economy: that is the concept that highlights the ability —and perhaps the preference—of individuals to rent or borrow goods rather than buy and own them. We already know it’s better for the environment and for our wallets—but is it good business, too?
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We’re popping up in Shoreditch this week at @blue_patch’s Original Sustainable Department Store. ⠀ ⠀ From today to 16th December, pop in to discover sustainable brands from baby clothes to furniture, all in one place.⠀ ⠀ We’d love to meet you there! ⠀ ⠀ #BStore18 #sustainablegifts #sustainablechristmas #consciousconsumption #popupshop #shoreditch #eastlondon