Category: Blog post

Hiring A Web Developer: What your startup needs to know

Finding the right web developer for your startup can be very challenging. Whether you to choose to hire a developer who’ll become a permanent fixture or a contractor, there are many obstacles you’ll need to overcome to find a person who’s the right fit. But before you jump feet first into the recruitment process, we’ve […]

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Plastic is Killing our Oceans- The Issues, Facts and Possible Solutions.

Approximately 40% of the world’s 7.6 billion people live within 62 miles (100km) of an ocean coast. For the other 60%, some of whom may never have even seen an ocean, the seas still play a vital role in their lives. Oil and consumer goods are moved around the world on vast ships, keeping the […]

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Shoppers Attack Single Use Plastic

‘Plastic Attack’ proves the unnecessary amount used by supermarkets A group of shoppers in Birmingham make a trip to their local supermarket to do their weekly shop; but before taking it home, they decided to remove all the single use plastic covering their food and leave it in the store. The ‘attack’ created a strong […]

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RubyMoon is proud to be a partner on the the Brighton Beach Collective.

The Brighton Beach Collective is launching an innovative exhibition and installation showcasing a variety of ethical and sustainable products following a beach or beach-waste theme. Showing from May 4th– June 4th2018 at The FAIR Shop in Brighton, 21 Queen’s Road, BN1 3XA. The BBC is formed of a group of artists and designers working ethically […]

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Illustrating a children’s book made from recycled ocean plastic

Charity Waste Free Oceans has created the environmentally friendly book in collaboration with illustrator Chervelle Fryer and tech company Teijin.             Welsh illustrator Chervelle Fryer and Japanese technology company Teijin have helped bring to life a children’s book produced entirely from recycled ocean plastic. The Ocean Plastic Book project was […]

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How to Adopt a Minimalist Approach to Fashion

This months guest blog is from the wonderful Allie Cooper. https://about.me/Allie.Cooper Minimalism is not so much a fashion approach as it is a lifestyle. This is because it entails owning only essential items, which means having a wardrobe with a few clothing pieces that can be mixed and matched. To embrace the concept of “less […]

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New GymToSwim Collection

We are launching our new innovative GymToSwim ® Collection online only and as part of the Brighton Beach Collective pop-up store at The FAIR Shop in Brighton from May 4th, 2018!  The capsule collection is designed to be worn both for exercise and as swimwear, making it unique in the marketplace, and is made up of a beautiful […]

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Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide

Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide is an exciting photography exhibition that highlights the work of  Lendwithcare.org, an initiative of leading aid and development charity CARE International UK, which empowers entrepreneurs to work their way out of poverty with dignity through the provision of micro-lending and business skills training. This project visually illustrates how microfinance can provide lasting social […]

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#PlasticPatrol

#PlasticPatrol is one woman’s nationwide campaign to tackle the global issue of plastic pollution -Lizzie Carr, also known as Lizzie Outside on her blog and social media, is a phenomenal woman and an inspiration. After a cancer diagnosis at the age of 25, Lizzie took up paddle boarding after having seen someone else out on […]

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HOW FAIR ARE YOU?

Sometimes people and places can really inspire us. As an Italian on the Erasmus programme, this is my second week in Brighton and I have learnt so much! Particularly when I met the very personable Siobhan Wilson, owner of the Fair Shop, in Queens Road, Brighton and I interviewed her on a busy afternoon in […]

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