The Hippie Haven Podcast | Living an Ethical + Eco-Friendly Lifestyle
Today’s guest is Sharon Rowe, founder + CEO of Eco-Bags, an award-winning, certified B corporation that began in 1989 selling responsibly made + sourced bags as reusable alternative to plastic grocery + produce bags. In this episode, we talk about her company Eco-Bags and how it’s evolved over the years, including their sustainable manufacturing, eco certifications, and what’s next for the company. Sharon also shares tips from her book The Magic of Tiny Business on what tiny businesses are, how to start one, how to not quit when it gets tough, and some of her favorite tiny businesses to support.
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Sharon Rowe is founder/CEO of Eco-Bags Products (EcoBags.com). Since 1989, this certified B Corp has made reusable shopping bags to replace plastic bags; her new book is “The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don't Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living.”
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Thanks Sharon, for sharing the journey of ECOBAGS – and more importantly – for sourcing a movement of people who were just waiting for your canvas bags to come along, because they too didn’t want to be using single-use plastic bags for the their shopping.
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Rowe's been in business since the late '80s, making and marketing "eco bags" to replace those yucky plastic bags clogging up our beaches and park.
It started with a single string bag and helped kick off a recycling revolution. Now Sharon Rowe, founder and CEO of Eco-Bags Products, has a brand new book: The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living.
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In The Magic of Tiny Business, written by Eco Bags Products, Inc. founder Sharon Rowe, we learn “You don’t have to go big to make a great living.” Speaking from her own experience, Rowe tells would-be entrepreneurs how to build a profitable business without compromising personal values. Women especially like her advice: rather than fantasizing about going into business while fretting about going into debt, start by going tiny...
Sharon Rowe, is a well-known entrepreneur, activist, founder and CEO of ECOBAGS Products and author of The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living. From tiny changes to tiny businesses, Sharon is in the business of cultural change. Her passion is to inspire and motivate people and businesses to action.
In this episode, Naphtali interviews Sharon Rowe, founder of EcoBags. Sharon urges listeners to build a business that is driven by more than profits by cultivating contentment. We discuss the importance of NOT falling prey to consumerism. Tune in and learn how you can build an intentional, socially responsible, and profitable business and career.
Sharon Rowe is a pioneer in social entrepreneurship. She launched her company, Eco-Bags Products, almost thirty years ago. Her company produces ECOBAGS, the original reusable bag. When the daughter of a friend approached Sharon looking for a book on how to launch a business, Sharon looked around and didn’t see what she wanted in the marketplace. Like any good entrepreneur, Sharon decided to fill that gap. The solution is her new book, The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living.
Sharon Rowe's Eco-Bags company was one of the earliest adopters of sustainably sourced, eco-friendly products. Today, she’s happy that these types of products are everywhere – competitors and copy-cats alike.
Join her on the podcast tomorrow as she talks about starting her company and her mission to create a greener planet:
Sharon has always placed her values at the center of her business. She speaks to The Change Makers about Eco Friendly Leadership and the ways one can retain their environmental priorities while challenging the status quo.
Sharon Rowe is the founder of Eco-bags Products, Inc. Her business now makes over 2 million dollars in revenue per year: proving that we can do well by doing good! Tune in at 4 a.m. on Tuesday, November 21st to find out how she did it.
A conversation with Sharon Rowe, CEO and Founder of Eco-Bags Products, Inc. A woman-owned certified B Corporation that offers thoughtful, ethically and sustainably sourced, durable-reusable bags