Amplify Goods proves there’s space to make every part of your business more impactful, even the bathroom.
This net-positive, women-owned social enterprise is on a mission to help you “switch your suds for good.” Use your buying power to vote for a better world when you shop their sustainable and impactful alternatives to essentials like handwash, body lotion and sponges.
The Amplify Goods range is free from unnecessary chemicals, is all vegan and produced with minimal waste. Join their community of buyers and you’ll also soon be part of a circular economy, with changes to their packaging in the works.
This isn’t just about creating an environmentally friendly business. The Amplify Goods’ ethos is also about championing change through support for what they call “quiet changemakers”. These are people working tirelessly behind the scenes to create positive impact. Think activists, organisers and campaigners.
While they’re taking on the world’s big problems, taking care of themselves might fall to the wayside. But you can’t change the world on an empty cup. That’s why Amplify commits to investing in the wellbeing of these changemakers, to help them keep doing what they do best.
If you’re ready to up your social procurement game with Amplify Goods, email [email protected] for more information on products and pricing.
The seed for Pasha Michaelsen and Camilla Marcus-Dew starting a business together was planted back in 2015, when they were developing their impact-led leadership skills through the On Purpose programme.
After time spent working for social enterprises and charities, the duo reunited post Covid to pursure their own venture. They saw a gap in the market: businesses were seeking responsibly sourced essentials. And so they built Amplify Good as a go-to for social procurement when it came to the office bathroom.
Having both experienced burnout from working on challenging projects during the pandemic, Pasha and Camilla were keen to prioritise good mental wellbeing as they launched their new biz. It inspired the other part of their mission too – supporting the wellbeing of those quiet changemakers also at risk of burning out.
Pasha Michaelsen and Camilla Marcus-Dew