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Sustainable Traders 28 June 2022

Sustainable Traders 28 June 2022

Frank Wild | Paper Moose | Compass Studio | ANZRP | Happs Wines | Forward Thinking Design | Ngeringa | This and That Styling | The Good Party Co. 

Frank Wild

Frank Wild is an events consulting agency on a mission to drive positive change in environmental awareness and action within and beyond the events industry. Frank Wild are proud to be a B-Corp certified business advocating for sustainability and are committed to finding holistic solutions that benefit all stakeholders. 

Paper Moose

Paper Moose is an independent agency, who takes a collaborative approach both within the agency, and with clients. Unlike traditional agencies, they bring strategists, creatives, designers, producers and directors together from the start – delivering effective campaigns that get results. Paper Moose is proud to be a B-Corp certified company that uses strategy, creative ideas and specialist expertise to drive positive change for brands, communities and the environment.

Compass Studio

Compass Studio is a boutique Marketing and PR consultancy that is trying to do things differently. They only work with brands they love and they connect on passion-points, making them natural advocates in-market. Compass Studio values the contribution that they can make to the world - for brands that do good in the world. The company specialises in environmentally sustainable, ethically-conscious and all around awesome brands, and will go above and beyond to ensure that their clients get the best possible results and return for their efforts.

Happs Wines

Established in the 1970's by the Happs family, Happs Wines offers a range of sparkling, sweet, dry, sulphite and preservative free wines. They are one of the Margaret River Wine region's pioneers and have more than 35 wines to choose from.

Forward Thinking Design

Forward Thinking Design (FTD) is a social enterprise and one of the most awarded brand & built environment/fit out strategy and design studios in Australia. They actively seek to engage with clients and suppliers demonstrating a strong commitment to social, environmental, ethical, cruelty-free and compassionate responsibility. A proudly socially responsible firm since it’s inception over a decade ago, FTD is founded to specifically offer an alternative choice of consultant and employer for organisations and individuals with social, ethical and environmental impact values at their core. 


Ngeringa is a boutique, certified biodynamic vineyard and winery that specialises in handmade elegant, classic and fine wines. The first planting of vines in 2001 was done biodynamically, without the use of herbicides, artificial fertilisers and other chemicals. Established in 2001, Ngeringa vineyard is located in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Their land has been certified biodynamic for more than 20 years and are working towards a self-sustaining, closed-unit farming system.

This and That Styling

This and That Styling upcycles old lampshades by re-covering them in gorgeous fabrics, giving them a fresh look and new life. They can make a custom lampshade for you to match your personality and home. They have also added to their range a small selection of purses, cushions and accessories. Established in 2015 by Brenda & Mel, This & That Styling is proud to be an Australian small business.

The Good Party Co.

The Good Party Co. was created with the intention to help promote eco-consciousness in the overly plastic-y party industry. Found in 2020, The Good Party Co. is an online store offering party supplies to help you celebrate with sustainability in mind. 


ANZRP (Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform) is a reliable and responsible partner that develops and manages solutions to product and waste management challenges for businesses and the community. They manage an industry leading e-waste service, TechCollect, through a responsible recycling process, they recover at least 90% of the materials the products are made from, for use in the manufacture of new goods: the essence of a circular economy.

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