January 12, 2024

Muuse on a Cuppa of Holistic Circularity through the Reusables Rental System

Established in 2018 by a group of environmentally conscious individuals, Muuse offers a forward-thinking waste-avoiding solution through their high-quality rental service for reusable containers. Their smart universal circular system aims to revolutionise how packaging is approached and facilitate a seamless transition to reusable packaging in both business-to-business and business-to-consumer relationships. Presently, the company is actively expanding their business and partnerships in Singapore, Hong Kong, USA and Canada. In Hong Kong, they provide their innovative reuse systems to clients such as Swire Properties and Starbucks.
March 6, 2023

V Visionary: Reforming the Fashion Industry from Materials to Values

Founded in 2018 by Vickie Au, V Visionary is a fashion design consultancy company providing services such as corporate uniform design and production with the mission of “Fashion for Social Good”, and targeting large corporates as their main clientele. In 2019, Vickie established the award-winning brand V VISSI:revisit, which focuses on “sustainability”, “innovation” and “social inclusion”. She works with yarn and fabric factories alongside different stakeholders to develop sustainable fashion. Her work has been recognized by a number of international design awards. In 2020, Vickie launched the "Look Cool Do Good" initiative—a community co-creation programme supported by the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund (SIE Fund)—which offers free training to empower low-income women, factory workers, and retired tailors. Vickie has striven to place technological innovation, environmental sustainability and social inclusion at the heart of her company’s operation model, which echoes with the global sustainability agenda including SDG 12 “Sustainable consumption and production” and SDG 9 “Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure”.
June 6, 2022

Meiriki Japan: The People-Oriented Management Philosophy

Meiriki Japan has been rooted in Hong Kong since 1997 and has been promoting a “people-oriented” workplace culture. Ophelia believes that if the company treats its employees well, one day they will inspire others. This does not only benefit employees’ development, but also the company. The healthcare supplement company also implements other policies that aspire to achieve a working model centering on three United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) of “decent work and economic growth”, “responsible consumption and production models”, and “no poverty.”