Thu, 10 Nov 2016
Adriana Christie founded the small social enterprise "The Pallet Kingdom", Idealog's Ben Fahy sat down with her to talk about the company that is giving work to refugees in Auckland to produce furniture out of used warehouse pallets.
From a young age Adriana Christie, co-owner of The Pallet Kingdom, knew she wanted to get into social enterprise. At the age of 13, having grown up surrounded by poverty, she had the very mature realisation that if you don’t have a business and you don’t generate revenue then you can’t help people. Now, with Pallet Kingdom, Christie is turning that idea into a reality.
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