Treeapp, the leading eco-conscious platform dedicated to reforesting the planet, is proud to announce its partnership with The Body Shop, a global pioneer in ethical beauty.
The collaboration marks a momentous step forward in their joint mission to drive sustainability and promote eco-friendly practices in the beauty industry. As part of this exciting partnership, The Body Shop will be actively promoting their refill scheme on Treeapp's platform, fostering a direct connection with Treeapp's passionate community of environmentally conscious individuals.
‘Refill’ is a global campaign that connects people to places they can eat, drink and shop with less plastic. By embracing the refill revolution, The Body Shop aims to inspire and empower consumers to make sustainable choices, reducing plastic waste and contributing to a cleaner, greener future.
"We are thrilled to partner with The Body Shop in their mission to green the beauty industry," said Godefroy Harito (LBS MiM 2018), Co-founder of Treeapp. "This collaboration signifies our shared commitment to a sustainable future, harnessing the power of technology and nature. Together, we will drive positive change and create a lasting impact."
By leveraging Treeapp's cutting-edge technology and The Body Shop's strong ethical values, this partnership aims to shape a greener landscape and inspire other industry players to follow suit. This partnership between Treeapp and The Body Shop serves as an example of how collaboration and innovation can drive meaningful change. “By connecting with Treeapp's eco-conscious community, The Body Shop is taking a significant step towards engaging consumers in sustainable behaviours and promoting a circular economy.” said Jules Buker (LBS MiM 2018), Co-founder of Treeapp.
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