Upcycling Marketplace, Remade in Britain are interviewed on Local TV Station
A while ago, in the midst of the big ‘Upcycle a Room in a Skip Press Launch‘, Founder of Remade in Britain, Donna Fenn along with Business Manager, Michelle Simpson were interviewed live on Leeds-based TV Channel, Made in Leeds.
The live interview about the launch of the upcycling marketplace, Remade in Britain discussed the big ‘Upcycle a Room in a Skip’ photography stunt which was staged in a Leeds recycling centre to showcase just how much useful items are sent to landfill. The aim of the stunt was to emphasise just what the items could become if they were saved, reused or donated.
Joining the Remade team in the studio was Ben from local West Yorkshire business, Re-Frmd Furniture Company. Remade in Britain wanted to let people know what it is like to be part of Remade and to be a professional upcycler.
Remade in Britain on The Book-It List
The interview begins with Donna being interviewed by Book-It List presenters, Mark O’Brien and Leanne Megson before Ben from Re-frmd Furniture Co. speaks about his upcycled pallet and scaffold board items business. The segment continues with Michelle talking about upcycling and finishes with a look into local Leeds charity, Men In Sheds, who use woodworking skills and facilities to bring together men from all walks of life.
Entrepreneur, Donna Fenn of Remade in Britain Interviewed on Made in Leeds
Part 2 of the interview introduces a few others to the mix. Whilst Ben and Michelle head off behind the camera, Donna is accompanied by fellow entrepreneur, Charlotte Armitage who founded YAFTA and close-up magician, Tom Wright. Watch it here: