The wait is over! We are happy to finally share the video of Indosole founder Kyle Parsons at TEDxUbud 2016. It was quite the event, held within the stunning grounds of Fivelements Bali. The committee had gone to great lengths to put on a zero waste event (no plastic water...
We have a challenge for you, and it's simple: Refuse single-use plastic during the month of July. Do this for a day, a week, or the rest of the month! Say no to ALL single-use plastic or try the TOP 4: plastic bags, water bottles, takeaway coffee cups, and straws. Plastic is designed to last forever, yet every day...
At TEDxUbud 2016 Indosole founder Kyle Parsons got up on stage wearing an outfit made from trash, and the audience had no idea. To the naked eye his clothes looked no different from what the other speakers and audience members were wearing, but in reality most of it was made of recycled and upcycled...
We are teaming up with our friends Bureo to give away over $200 worth of goodies to two lucky winners! Each person will receive: a Bureo skate deck made from recycled fishing nets (retail value: $65), a Bureo Klean Kanteen to stay hydrated while refraining from using plastic bottles ($29), an Indosole canvas bag lined with repurposed rice sacks ($25), an Indo trucker hat ($20), and a pair of JJ shoes (Men's or Women's) featuring Indosole's signature repurposed tire soles ($65). Entering the giveaway is easy. All you have to do is head to Instagram and follow @indosole and @bureo, tag three friends, and leave a comment on who inspires you to take care of the environment. We'll choose the lucky winners on February 5th so check both feeds for updates. Good luck!
We are thrilled to be included in this article published by Fortune on Social Entrepreneurship, alongside companies such as Mission Belt, which donates $1 to Kiva to issue microloans in developing countries, and LSTN, where every purchase of headphones helps someone hear for the first time. Out of the various types of social entrepreneurial businesses explained, Indosole was used as an example of "companies that transform a community." We love the opening of the article: "We millennials are a bold generation. From our insistence that work have meaning to the disruptive innovations we embrace (e.g. Lyft), we are dramatically shifting the future of this planet. Our enduring legacy will be the expectation that business do well for the world."To read on, click here. Here's to more businesses doing well for the world!