In this episode of Hitechies Podcast we have Matt Bertulli.
Who is Matt Bertulli?
For the last five years, Matt has devoted his career to spreading awareness about the threat of waste has on our planet. A tireless advocate for waste management, he currently serves as the CEO and co-founder of Pela, an international sustainable company that makes “everyday products without everyday waste”. His lofty mission: keep 1 BILLION pounds of plastic from ever being made.Prior to co-founding Pela, Matt worked at Demac Media for 10 years, an eCommerce products and services company, and decided it was time to use his skill set for something bigger. He has played a role in selling billions of dollars worth of goods online and felt there was a debt to pay, knowing there had to be a better way of making consumer goods that didn’t do so much environmental damage.https://youtu.be/dtB-ZFWWBBgIn the conversation with Matt Bertulli
- What is Pela’s overall mission?
- How did you get started in this sector? Any tips on entering the sustainability/waste management space
- How Pela’s products help contribute to waste management?
- Why every business must stand for something in 2021
- How is Pela approaching this differently
- How being eco-friendly and living a sustainable lifestyle is easier than people think
- How has partnering with A-List celebrities just as Jay-Z and Jay Brown helped with funding?
- What is the value of Pela now? How much money has been raised?
- Where do you think Pela will be financially in the next five years?
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Pela is an international sustainable company that makes “everyday products without everyday waste”. Their lineup includes the world’s first compostable phone cases, smartwatch bands, AirPods cases, and more. Pela’s products are made of environmentally sensible and 100% compostable materials, like Flax shive and a plant based biopolymer, created and manufactured by the company. Backed by investors such as Jay-Z and Jay Brown, their mission is to inspire companies and consumers to take responsibility for their products and carbon footprint.