#10 Hannah Carter - Changing the way we think about fashion.
In the Loop with Oxwash
Love Not Landfill is a non-profit campaign, run by ReLondon, to encourage fast fashion fans to buy second-hand, swap, recycle and give to charity. Their aim is to encourage 16-24-year-old Londoners to never throw an unwanted item of clothing in the bin.
63. Adding value to your supporters’ experience, with Hannah Carter
Fundraising Bright Spots
During the pandemic, the leaders of the small music charity, Ensemble Reza have been determined that their organisation should continue to make a difference for their community.In fact, by continually trying new tactics to solve their many challenges this year, the charity has grown its audience, doubled its fundraising income and transformed its impact.In this, the second half of my recent interview with Hannah Carter, the Managing Director, we explore several ways they’ve managed to add value to the community, including a bold way to create wow factor and a joyful stewardship project delivered in record time.If you want to share this episode with colleagues or on social media because you think it will help other fundraisers – THANK YOU SO MUCH! - we are both on Linked In and on twitter I am @woods_rob.
#54 Sustainable Business and Aquafaba (with Hannah Carter of OGGS)
Viva! Vegan Podcast
In this pilot new episode format – we talk to Hannah Carter, founder of aquafaba company, OGGS, who was named as Start-Up Entrepreneur of the Year at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2020. Hannah is on a mission to replace the hidden animal products in our food chain; the ones we don’t even realise are there, the egg white in bread and the poor welfare barn eggs in cheap cakes; they’ve started with eggs. OGGS have launched the UK’s first liquid egg alternative and since it’s launch, has saved over 500,000 eggs from commercial use. We discover Hannah’s journey and her mission to help make the food industry drastically more sustainable. Helen and Faye’s chat Viva!’ Head of Communications, Faye Lewis, joins Helen to chew down on the conversation and the importance of veganism and sustainability. This podcast is sponsored by Oxford Clay handmade ceramics. We make our ceramics with minimal impact on animals humans and the environment. All our ceramics are fired using renewable energy and are vegan certified. Looking for a vegan-friendly gift? send a free gift message and card with your order (option at the checkout). Shop online at Instagram: Pinterest: ABOUT OUR SHOW You can hear this show via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and on lots of other apps and websites. Spread the word! Don't forget to share us on Facebook and Twitter! Get the latest episode every month, straight to your mobile device or computer. It's automatic and completely free. Copyright owned by Viva! Bristol 2021. Not for re-use without our written agreement. All featured music and content used by permission. Produced by Helen Wilson for Viva!.
57. How we doubled income for our small arts charity, with Hannah Carter
Fundraising Bright Spots
Raising funds has been hard for so many charities this year, but its been especially hard in the arts and for small charities. Ensemble Reza is both these things and yet they’ve found ways to not only keep serving their audience (and grow it significantly), they’ve even done remarkably well in fundraising terms too. Responding to the challenges, they’ve actually DOUBLED fundraising income compared to the previous year.In this episode Rob asked Hannah to share some of the tactics they’ve used to adapt and grow during the pandemic. This includes starting a You Tube channel from scratch; growing a loyal and broader audience; and using powerful feedback stories in applications for funding.One thing Hannah mentions is how helpful she’s found it to be a member of the Bright Spot Members Club since the start of the pandemic. If you’d like to find out more about the training bundles and live weekly coaching sessions that Hannah and the rest of the club get access to, or to try for just a month, go to www.brightspotmembersclub.co.uk/join/And if you want to get in touch or share this episode, Hannah and I would love to hear from you – we’re both on linked in, and on twitter I’m @woods_rob.
Hannah Carter, Oggs: The Hidden Animals in our Food Chain
The Plant Based Business Podcast
This week we're joined by Hannah Carter, the founder of one of the UK's most exciting FMCG companies: Oggs. Oggs is helping vegan baking go mainstream with their delicious cakes and plant-based egg substitute. In this interview, Hannah talks about her big picture thinking and her hope to change things on a structural basis by replacing barn eggs in 'regular' products with Aquafaba on an industrial scale. We also cover sale strategies for start-ups, and how to scale successfully, as Hannah has gone from a team of just one to thirteen since 2018, and is listed with retailers such as Sainsburys. This podcast is edited by Bridey Addison-Child and produced by Vevolution.
31. Changing the Course of Your Life w/ Hannah Carter
(Blank) With Friends
This week on BWF, we sat down with Hannah Carter! Hannah has a very inspiring story. She played D1 soccer in college for multiple schools. She had some rough obstacles growing up and she overcame her circumstances to become the best version of herself. She's an awesome person with a great perspective on the world and is a new mother! Tune in the hear her story. Follow us on IG! @blank.withfriends @hannahleahcarter
Episode 28- They Don’t Know About Us (Special Guest: Hannah Carter)
This week we listen to a 1D BOP They Don’t Know About Us, talk some conspiracy theories, and MORE with the beautiful, talented, wonderful Hannah Carter! Liam is her trash nephew, she is THE CREATOR of our incredible theme song, and we love her SO much.