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5 Female-Owned Brands You Should Know About by Goodfind

Goodfind has selected five female-owned brands whose mission is to empower women all over the world.
March is the month to uplift and empower women around the world. We know one of the best ways to support women is to buy from brands putting in the work to help change and shape the lives of women all over the world. 

March is the month to uplift and empower women around the world. We know one of the best ways to support women is to buy from brands putting in the work to help change and shape the lives of women all over the world. 

Goodfind has curated this list of five remarkable female-owned brands that are doing just that!

What is International Women’s Day and why do we celebrate it?

International Women's Day (IWD) is a global celebration of women's social, economic, cultural and political achievements which is celebrated every year on March 8th. IWD officially started in 1911 and remains an important moment for working to advance women's equality.

This year the movement's theme is called #EmbraceEquity. The campaign aims to open the space for important conversations on why equal opportunities aren't enough and why equality isn't always fair. People start from different places, so true inclusion and belonging require equitable action.

Check out these five outstanding female-owned brands:

Asan Cup

Asan is a social enterprise that is eradicating period poverty and enabling millions of women and girls to go to school and work on their period. One Asan cup averts the waste of 2,500 pads and tampons! And finally the best bit: for every Asan cup you buy, they donate one for free to a woman or girl in rural India who can't afford safe period care.

If you fancy making the switch to Asan period products, they currently have 20% off + free shipping with code: WOMENSDAY.

Shop Asan Mentrual Cup here


"We want to revolutionise household essentials for the good of people and planet..”- Laura Harnett, Seep Founder.

Seep has a range of plastic-free, compostable household essentials that look good, work brilliantly, and are gentler on the planet. They are building the type of company they want to buy from and their mission is to be fully ethical. They believe everyone should be able to carry out their household chores without hurting our planet.

You can shop the whole Seep range here.

Grace Chocolates

Founded by Joyce Murray, their chocolates are handmade by women who have touched the Scottish criminal justice system and are choosing to make positive life changes. Through making and selling chocolates the women receive support, training, work experience and the opportunity to raise their self-esteem and resilience which helps lower the barriers they face in finding meaningful work.

Check out Grace Chocolates here

Page & Bloom

Page & Bloom is a social enterprise created to provide fair employment and opportunities for women who have experienced domestic abuse and the majority of profits are reinvested back into their work supporting women.

Their flowers are made from recycled and salvaged materials such as books, music sheets and other paper that would otherwise end up in landfill, and transformed into stunning floral displays. They currently work with domestic violence charities that provide refuge accommodation and wider support to women survivors of domestic voilence: Hestia, Housing4Women, and Women@TheWell.

Support Page & Bloom’s mission here

The Spark Company

Spark is a female-founded, female-run business that is a community for anyone who believes in the radical notion that everyone should be treated equally.

Creating apparel and accessories that scream feminism and equality while manufacturing products with humane and fair work practices. Their products are about expression and finding your voice. But they also put their money where their mouths are by donating part of the profits to Bloody Good Period, akt, and other charities close to the brand's hearts. Spark is currently running 10% off with code: IWD23

You can browse The Spark Company’s full range here.

Further Resources

These five brands are only a snapshot of some of the inspiring women using their businesses to better the lives of other women all over the globe and it doesn’t have to end here! Goodfind has put together some Women Empowerment Tools on its website to support fellow female-owned brands and to help us celebrate all the women in our lives.

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