Sydney social enterprise Good & Fugly are combating the enormous environmental issue of so-called “ugly produce”. Billions of pounds of produce go to waste every year, 7.6 million tonnes— and cost the Australian economy around 36.6 billion every year. An estimate of about 312kg per person, and cost the average consumer $2,000 to $2,500 per household per year.
Not anymore, Good & Fugly has launched a ‘rescue’ hotline for farmers for the Good & Fugly team to purchase surplus fruits and vegetables that would otherwise go to waste when produce retailers reject them due to not meeting beauty standards.
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As content creation becomes more and more important for businesses, and especially for startups, so does finding the right location. Content marketing is the absolute key to connecting startups with potential customers and investors and sharing valuable information about their unique business. But, finding the right cost-effective space to shoot can be tricky. Having been dubbed the ‘Airbnb’ for Content Creators Skoutli is an online marketplace listing privately owned locations and vehicles with content producers looking for diverse spaces to suit their creative needs. Enabling content producers to quickly and easily find the perfect location. Read more: https://www.startupdaily.net/2021/07/the-startup-helping-content-creators-f
Are you a startup founder struggling with imposter syndrome? You are not alone, many startup founders struggle with the feeling they are not enough and the fear of failing.
As the founder of a startup your list of tasks are seemingly endless, you are running the show essentially on your own. Taking on tasks that perhaps are not your area of expertise.Try instead to take this as an opportunity to build on your skillset. Let go of your expectations, and hold yourself accountable to make the biggest impact for your business, remember you will always be the founder.