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Cartier Women's Initiative

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Working in e-commerce showed #CWI21 fellow Rebecca Percasky how much packaging waste could be generated by businesses. She decided she did not want to be responsible for putting more plastic into the world. Rebecca launched The Better Packaging Co (@betterpackagingco), a B Corp Certified carbon negative business that replaces single-use plastic with reusable packaging, and helps customers find recycling options. Rebecca's company is now expanding its product line, and has already sold 40 million bags to 12,000 customers in 50 countries. Meet Rebecca next week at the #CWI21 Virtual Gathering & Awards Ceremony! Link in Bio #TheRippleEffect

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Meet Rebecca Percasky, 2021 Cartier Women's Initiative fellow for South Asia & Oceania! Rebecca is the Founder of The Better Packaging Co. (@betterpackagingco), a business solving the global waste crisis by producing sustainable packaging, practicing product stewardship, and communicating and educating about waste. Join Rebecca and our 2021 fellows next week at the #CWI21 Virtual Gathering & Awards Ceremony, May 24-26! Link in Bio #TheRippleEffect

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When her daughter was born, #CWI21 fellow Edwina Sharrock, a midwife, realized the need for supportive, non-judgmental prenatal education. She started @birthbeat to fill this need, initially offering in-person classes in her home, before transitioning online as demand increased. The business now delivers online childbirth education, with experienced midwives teaching the courses via short videos and downloadable modules. Parents can also get support after the birth, as well as access to a closed community. @birthbeat is now partnering with hospitals and businesses to make its courses more widely available, expanding beyond childbirth education to newborn care areas with the mission to help reduce infant mortality and improve outcomes for mothers, babies, and families. Meet Edwina at the #CWI21 Virtual Gathering & Awards Ceremony! Register via Link in Bio #TheRippleEffect