WHERE TO WATCH
LOLI Beauty Takes On The Beauty Industry With A Commitment To Zero Waste
April 6, 2018
Updated 4mo ago
Beauty products without waste, that's the idea at the heart of LOLI Beauty. Founder and CEO of the company, Tina Hedges, explains the company's commitment to creating products without waste.
PayPal Launches Blockchain-Based Reward System for Employees
Dec 6, 2018
Sarah Michelle Gellar's Foodstirs is Slaying the Prepared Foods Industry
The founders of baking kit company are three friends who each have two kids under ten. They wanted to cook with their children, but they wanted to make sure they were picking the safest ingredients possible. So they started a company that produces organic, non-gmo baking kits and mixes. Galit Laibow, Greg Fleishman, and Sarah Michelle Gellar join Cheddar to talk about the future of non-GMO foods, maintaining an affordable price point, and more.
Dec 4, 2018
Apple Will Be Late to the 5G Phone Party...Thanks, Qualcomm
Pete Pachal, tech editor at Mashable, weighs in on the future of 5G and why so many companies consider it a gamechanger.
Oct 18, 2017
ASICS Launches #IMOVEME Campaign with Steve Aoki
Gene McCarthy, ASICS America President and CEO, talks the shoe company's rebranding effort, led by DJ and influencer Steve Aoki. McCarthy talks the appeal of Aoki for ASICS, mentioning the celebrity's knowledge of and interest in the brand and strong following on social media. McCarthy also discusses the importance of the young consumer when it comes to ASICS adding, "Kids chased the brands. Twenty years later, the brands are chasing kids." McCarthy talks about the changing interests of young people today, noting that few know how many medals Michael Phelps won in Rio, but they can tell you about his son and his wife because of social media. Steve Aoki is helping ASICS build the brand right now, but he may be designing for the company in the future. McCarthy notes, "We don't own the brands. Kids do. We just manage it for them." We also talk ASICS' new microwaveable soles technology, which cuts down on energy use by allowing consumers to customize the soles of their shoes in as little as 15 seconds. The technology is still in the testing phase but is proving to be sustainable when the average time for shoe manufacturing is 10 months.