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The Garbologist unwraps with young mum of 2 small children Jessica Blackmore, as a new mum in 2017 from her small home in Darwin she developed a range of sustainable baby items the centre piece being her locally Northern Territory designed reusable baby nappy.

Recently named '2020 Australian mum entrepreneur of the year' Jessica Blackmores 'Archer and I' baby products are now distributed world wide and have become sought after designer items.

A brief history of Bum Changes - Reinvention of the reusuable baby nappy Rick Ralph

    • Fashion & Beauty

The Garbologist unwraps with young mum of 2 small children Jessica Blackmore, as a new mum in 2017 from her small home in Darwin she developed a range of sustainable baby items the centre piece being her locally Northern Territory designed reusable baby nappy.

Recently named '2020 Australian mum entrepreneur of the year' Jessica Blackmores 'Archer and I' baby products are now distributed world wide and have become sought after designer items.

    Reinventing baby bum changes - the reusable baby nappy

    Reinventing baby bum changes - the reusable baby nappy

    In 2017 home mum of one Jessica Blackmore commenced her quest to reduce her new families personal footprint on the environment. In 2020 was named Australian 'Mum entreprenuer of the year, for building a new business that at its core reinvents the reusable baby nappy.
    From her home in Darwin NT Jessica has developed range of new sustainable baby items, and her nappies are now distributed globally and have become sought after designer items, with artwork on the fabrics designed by local indigenous artist's depicting stories and wonderful iconic Australian objects.
    This podcsat expolres with jessica her story of reinventing baby bum changes

    • 19 min

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