Founder of Dermalogica, Jane Wurwand explains how she has built a successful business by inspiring and supporting entrepreneurial women across the skincare sector – a strategy she believes is crucial in meeting Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Number 5.
As the 71st session of the UN General Assembly kicks off in New York, we look at why the Sustainable Development Goals present such a huge opportunity for the business community – and how some companies are starting to take action.
May 2016: Dr Sara Saeed, 29, co-founder of doctHERs, wins the HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize, awarded by Unilever and the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.
Eliminating waste is one of our biggest global challenges. At Unilever, we’re working towards zero waste to landfill across all aspects of our business. Already, we’ve achieved zero waste to landfill from our Australian operations, finding new ways to reduce, re-use, recover and recycle our waste.
Our 2016 International Women’s day celebrations featured a panel discussion on flexible working options available to employees at Unilever. The discussion focussed on how flexible working can help us build a more gender diverse and inclusive organisation, unlock new business opportunities and make Unilever a great place to work.