Michelle, I’m loving the Earth Angel and BYOB – Bring Your Own Bag phrases. But then again I like bags, reading funny t-shirts and bumper stickers, and the Earth, so it figures.
Name: Michelle Jayme, Owner/Uber Designer (Editor’s words, not Michelle’s)
Company: Bag Revolution
What’s your personal definition of greening?
Live with the future in mind and it will be easy to make “green” decisions every day.
How did you get started in green business?
Being based on the east coast of the U.S., I took a trip to San Francisco a few years ago and was inspired by the city’s green initiative. I designed bags that had a cool environmental message rather than a store logo, while staying affordable. We have since been reaching customers worldwide.
Why did you choose to supply Greenhome.com?
Green Home is a leading source for environmentally friendly products. It is easy to navigate and very shopper friendly.
What do you and your company do in your own life and operations to walk the walk?
We do not own a filing cabinet. We do our best to reduce on office supplies and papers by doing all of our work electronically.
What is the best greening advice you can give our customers?
Reduce the earth’s waste by eliminating the use of plastic bags one day at a time.
What’s your personal favorite of your products that Greenhome.com carries?
Bag Revolution Bags, of course.
What’s been the biggest change in the green sector since you got started?
Awareness is broader than ever.
Do you really think green products make a big difference and why?
Yes. It simply makes sense.
Do you think consumers now are aware green products exist, or is there still a lot more education to do?
Yes, but more media coverage and education wouldn’t hurt.
If you could invent a green product that doesn’t exist, what would it be?
That is top secret!
Thank you for your time- we are looking forward to many more years working with you!