Episode 9

Sheeba Philip on Buildings Brands with Purpose

Dec 15, 2020

Jeff Shafer, CEO of CommonGood Capital, speaks with Sheeba Philip, CEO of Akola –  a woman’s lifestyle brand that offers on-trend custom jewelry products made by women in extreme poverty – on her career focused on buildings brands with purpose, her fascination with the “why” question, helping women in need via the power of capital, and more.

A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
#9 - Sheeba Philip on Buildings Brands with Purpose
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Sheeba Philip
CEO of Akola
Sheeba is currently serving as CEO of Akola, a pioneering retail social venture and jewelry/ lifestyle brand on a mission to empower women in need in Eastern Africa. Akola has been named as one of the 25 brands shaping the future of retail by the National Retail Federation. She was recently featured in Instyle Magazine's 2021 List of 50 "Badass" women making the world a better place.

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