04.10.2021 – 23:00
Fight plastic waste: Even small objects make up the waste of large mountains – like wet razors. In Europe alone, a mountain of garbage with disposable razors and plastic parts in the portable heads of many shavers grows a whopping 36,949 tons a year. Along with Judith Williams, Nico Rosberg joined in an initiative to solve this problem. For a total of 220,000 euros, the investor couple is 15% in the show – a plastic-free alternative.
The stylish wet razor, made in Italy and made in Germany, slides gently on the skin thanks to the swing head, leaving the perfect shave on the face and body, created by Munich mechanical engineer Armin Lutz – the support daughter Romy Lindenberg.
“As a sustainable entrepreneur and investor in green technologies, SHAVENT’s approach has convinced me from the beginning because the founders see the eco-friendliness factor as an essential component of product quality. Our waste products are environmentally friendly. .
Judith Williams commented: “I’m often asked what startup I invest in, and then always say: ‘A successful product today must be consistent in terms of sustainability and durability. And every entrepreneur has a duty to ensure consistency in the company’s values.’ , Shows that you can create eco-friendly products, but at the same time you do not have to give up design, style and quality. Therefore, SHAVENT is the right investment for me.
The corporate family is also pleased to have worked on this deal: “We are delighted that Nico has been able to beat two strong lions for our Chevandt. Our Chevrolet is a perfect team that combines many aspects.
You can currently find Chevron on Amazon and on your own Online shop. The next step is to expand the sales and product range.
About Nico Rosberg
Nico Rosberg was born in Wisden in 1985, the son of Formula 1 world champion KK Rosberg. He drove for eleven years in Formula 1 and won the 2016 World Championship. Since leaving Formula 1, Nico Rosberg has been a steady entrepreneur and investor in green technologies and start-ups, including the VOX project “Die Höhle der Löwen”. Rosberg has invested in many successful startups such as Lilium, Volocopter, Watt 3Words, Tire and Formula E. In 2019 he co-founded the Greentech Festival, a global platform for leading green technologies and a sustainable lifestyle, which is gaining global attention and will be held in London for the first time in November. With Rosberg X Racing, he competes with his own racing team in Extreme E, a racing series dedicated to the fight against climate change. In 2021 Rosberg was awarded the European Cultural Prize for Environmental and Climate Protection.
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