Mother of one, Lucy, from Dalston is used to shopping in local boutiques for herself, but for her little one she much prefers bargain-hunting for affordable branded items in sale sections of online High Street stores. When it came to buying her son a new pushchair, sticking to her thrifty online shopping ways, Lucy gave eBay a whirl but after a mouldy, dirty, smelly experience, she soon learnt that eBay isn't always 'the way'! A quick Google search later and Lucy arrived at Buggy Revival, a more familiar online shopping experience where affordable secondhand high-end pushchair brands are our bag.
Last month Buggy Revival was honoured to be present at the launch of the Advance London event at City Hall along with other SMEs with similar 'circular' style business concepts.
Advance London is a new initiative for SMEs in London to encourage businesses to adopt Circular methods and reap the benefits within their businesses and for the capital of seeing less waste and more re-use by 2020 and beyond.
A new venture, part of the London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB), Advance London is intent on...