Business Live asks Good Things founder Lucy Willoughby for her response to the 2019 election
We were asked by Business Live to respond to the result of the 2019 election, alongside other business leaders in the South West.
Lucy Willougby, owner of Devon-based ethical gift shop Good Things, wants to see the new government respond to the climate crisis.
She said: “As an organisation championing and selling ethically and sustainably sourced products, we are very concerned."
“We focus on products for children and are very aware that our inaction and the escalating climate emergency will hit them hardest. We hope local MPs and our new Conservative government respond with the urgency required.”
Read the full article in Business Live and find out what other business leaders have to say: General Election 2019: South West business leaders react to Conservative Party's historic victory.
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Good Things is an award-winning online shop that seeks out inspiring ethical and sustainable products that support charities, empower people and protect our planet. We share these products and their inspiring stories of social and environmental impact in our online store. We want to make it easy for people to find feel good gifts, and reduce plastic waste.
Good Things was founded in July 2019 by female entrepreneur, Lucy Willoughby. After spending time in Nepal and Tanzania, working with entrepreneurs setting up small businesses, Lucy was inspired to let the world know about the ethical and sustainable products she found and the projects they support. Find out more.
Since launching in July 2019, Good Things has been featured in BBC One's Sunday Morning Live, and The Guardian, won the SJL Foundations's Start-Up of the Year Contest, and the Fast Track to Growth Award. Lucy is a finalist for the Entrepreneur for Good Award at the 2020 Great British Entrepreneur Awards for the South West region.