Hannah Curran makes a guest appearance on Dubai Eye radio station twice in a row in one month!

Hannah has been invited twice this month as a live guest on Dubai Eye 103.8 as the founder and CEO of Pure Born.

The first interview was conducted by Helen Farmer, the talented journalist/mompruener, on the topic of “Sustainability”. Three entrepreneurs were invited, amongst them Hannah Curran. Seeing as Pure Born’s main ethos include being environment and tree friendly, they were clearly no strangers to discussions about sustainability and eco-focused companies. Hannah explained how Pure Born’s products were made of bamboo, which is a natural resource that biodegrades overtime, making Pure Born’s products sustainable. In addition, since bamboo is a plant-based material, trees are not harmed in the making of Pure Born’s products. In more detail, to be able to achieve Pure Born’s vision, Hannah investigated harmless and sustainable natural resources that could potentially formulate the nappies.  Consequently, resulting in the discovery of Bamboo, the ultimate product which supports Pure Born’s biodegradable vision, making Pure Born’s products biodegradable and sustainable. Hannah continues to achieve her ecological and harmless vision through other Pure Born products such as wipes.

Moving on to Hannah’s second interview; she was also invited to be a speaking guest on StartingUp, which is a talk show discussing new business, such as Hannah’s very own Pure Born. Hannah was invited as an entrepreneur and interviewed by one of the co-hosts, Natalie Lindo, who recently visited Pure Born’s office earlier that week. On the 6th of April, Hannah was once again interviewed on live radio, where she spoke about her journey at Pure Born, how it all started, and hinted conspiratorially at what Pure Born’s future plans may be. She also highlighted Pure Born’s main focus points – sustainability and charity. Given Hannah’s belief in giving back to the community, Pure Born monthly donates clothes and medicinal products to Al Ihsan Charity Association, as well as 5% of their profits to Dubai Cares. Hannah and her team also frequently take delight in visiting Al Ihsan monthly to volunteer and help in any way that they can.

To listen to the complete interviews, please click on the podcast links below: