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Aug 21

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Home Care Delivered since 2008. Through out the years they have had some of the highest customer experience ratings I have ever seen.

Home Care Delivered, Inc. was founded by Gordy Fox in 1996 as a result of his own personal experience with family members aging and living with chronic medical conditions. He found that it wasn’t easy for people in the home health setting to get the information or the supplies they needed to care for themselves or to follow their physician’s treatment plans properly. They came up with a company vision to “build a health care company where the compassion level is high and the delivery of medical supplies to people at home is efficient and hassle-free”. If you watch and listen to some of the testimonials below you can see how they positively impact their customer’s lives.

More than likely you have heard me talk about Patagonia. Patagonia is one my favorite brands for a few reasons. Aside from their beautifully designed and functional products, I admire their focus on trying to achieve a long-term healthy business as well as a healthy planet. You can read about their environmental initiatives on their company website and understand what makes them a socially and environmentally responsible brand. We are beginning to see many companies follow their lead, and not just in the form of consumer goods, but also ideas. Forbes wrote an article on socially conscious rookie brands, which underlines brands that have strong moral compasses and are aligned with missions and visions.

More than likely you have heard me talk about Patagonia. Patagonia is one my favorite brands for a few reasons. Aside from their beautifully designed and functional products, I admire their focus on trying to achieve a long-term healthy business as well as a healthy planet. You can read about their environmental initiatives on their company website and understand what makes them a socially and environmentally responsible brand. We are beginning to see many companies follow their lead, and not just in the form of consumer goods, but also ideas. Forbes wrote an article on socially conscious rookie brands, which underlines brands that have strong moral compasses and are aligned with missions and visions.

(Source: outofreception, via patagonia)

Aug 16

(Source: patagonia)