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  • Unilever’s collaborative approach to social good
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Unilever’s collaborative approach to social good

Many hands make light work; that’s the philosophy running through Unilever’s latest venture, The Foundry. It's a platform designed to help the consumer goods company make sustainable living the new norm by collaborating with start-ups. And now, it's collaborating with consumers, too.

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