So fantastic to see our client IdealCup feature on Seven Sharp this week. The work that IdealCup (and sister company Celcius Coffee) are doing towards making Motueka disposable cup free via its CupCycling initiative is starting to take off not only nationally, but also internationally. Inspiring stuff! Click here to watch the clip.
Great to see IdealCup in The Dominion Post, The Press, and Stuff. They were mentioned in three articles in a five-part series looking at the problem of our 295 million-per-year disposable cup use in New Zealand. Read the Stuff articles here, here and here.
Fantastic to see the Make Motueka Disposable Cup Free and CupCycling initiative gaining traction. Congratulations to our client Steph Fry from IdealCup, who is now receiving enquiries from people and businesses interested in implementing the scheme nationally. Click here to read the latest Stuff Business Day article, which also appeared on the front page of the Nelson [...]
Our client IdealCup's vision to make Motueka Disposable Cup-Free continues to gain media attention, and we are excited to see the story featured in this month's Air New Zealand in-flight magazine, KiaOra. Central to the idea of making their hometown disposable cup-free, IdealCup owners Steph and James (Nick) Fry have championed the “CupCycling” concept, perfect for those [...]
Our client IdealCup was the first to make and manufacture a New Zealand-made barista-grade reusable coffee cup. IdealCup's owners Nick and Steph Fry's vision to make their hometown of Motueka Disposable Cup-Free, is gaining more traction. Steph talks about the project in this month's WildTomato magazine 'My Big Idea' section. Grab a copy from your local [...]
IdealCup's vision to make Motueka into NZ’s first disposable cup-free town is continuing to capture the attention of the media. IdealCup owner Steph Fry was interviewed live from Nelson on TV3’s The AM Show. Watch the clip here.