A plantable coffee cup found a worldwide audience

A talented young student is on a mission to change the way we consume coffee cups. We were fortunate enough to join The World’s First Plantable Coffee Cup on its second week. The project had raised $3,000 of its $10,000 funding goal. We loved the idea and saw the genuine intention by the founder, Alex Henige.

Coming on board was exciting enough; imagine being part of such a bright idea which could transform our local landscapes. Disposable coffee cups are becoming a major environmental issue and this project wants to stop this cycle by creating a biodegradable coffee cup with embedded native seeds (starting in California).


So we came on board and sketched out the time line, drafted the pitch and defined the story angle.. 2 weeks later The Plantable Coffee Cup project has been featured by Inhabitat, Fast Company, Laughing Squid, CNET, Huffington Post, Food & Wine and many more.

A week after our start we got a fantastic email from Alex which I wanted to share with you:

“I never got a chance to thank you.  I was very hesitant at first (first time dealing with marketing at this scale)…  However, in the end you are a huge reason why this campaign got to where it is.” – Alex Henige, Founder of Reduce. Reuse. Grow.


We love working with projects that can make a difference in our lives.. this is one of them and very proud to see it funded and getting the immense press exposure it deserved!

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Posted on March 10, 2015 in crowdfunding, kickstarter

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