Lauren Singer

Advocate for Zero Waster

Lauren Singer is the founder and CEO of the world's first and largest zero-waste lifestyle shop, Package Free Shop, as well as the founder of the internationally celebrated media platform, Trash is for Tossers. Now, through her latest endeavours with Package Free, Lauren is set to bring this movement to the masses.

"The Zero Waste Expert"

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She presents in English.

How she presents

An engaging and dynamic speaker Lauren is a popular choice at a variety of events and conferences.

In Detail

She first went viral for fitting all the waste she had generated, over an eight-year period, into a single mason jar. Package Free first launched in 2017 and has already diverted more than 100 million units from entering landfills. At 28-years-old, her cross-category sustainability experience, which ranges from government and consumer packaged goods to media, has redefined what it means to be a successful CEO. She has worked with brands, such as Aveda, Formula E, and EverAluminum, among others. Her mission has been covered in publications, including Harper's BAZAAR, The New York Times, ABC News, DORÉ, and Teen Vogue. She was also featured on this year's Forbes "30 under 30" list.


Lauren proves it's possible to build businesses based off your values. She teaches others that minimizing their environmental footprints is simple, cost-effective, timely, fun, and entirely possible for everyone and anyone.



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