Lunch and Learn: Meet Shamanth, founder at Something Organic

30th July 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Enterprise Nation is hosting a daily Lunch and Learn webinar to give you a boost and offer advice from experts.

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Lunch and Learn with Enterprise Nation

Enterprise Nation is hosting daily Lunch and Learn webinars to give you a boost, offer some advice, and become part of your daily business schedule.

Join Lauren Malone, entrepreneurial women lead at Enterprise Nation every Friday at 12pm to meet an entrepreneurial woman making waves in their industry.

Why join?

  • Hear start-up stories from successful women in business
  • Get top tips from our guests who have ‘been there and done that!’
  • Stay motivated and accountable throughout 2021
  • Make valuable connections to help you on your business journey
  • Take 30 minutes out of your day to enjoy a coffee and get inspired

Meet Shamanth, founder at Something Organic

Something Organic began with an ‘aha’ moment from an exhausted mother of three, Shamanth Pereira.

Shamanth fell in love with bamboo while searching for material to make a more sustainable fashion legging. She was keen on using bamboo yarns to make seamless compression leggings but couldn’t make them work – the yarns that met her performance expectations were too costly. Which meant, having to nearly double her retail price – that wouldn’t work either. Bamboo for leggings, were out. But now that she knew about bamboo, she couldn’t let it go.

Then she had her ‘aha’ moment!

What about using bamboo as toilet paper? Bamboo was a perfect swap because it is one of the fastest-growing plants. UN has included bamboo as a source to improve forest cover by as much as 10%. Also swapping single-use plastic for cardboard was a winner! And BOOM!

Something Organic was born. We chat to Shamanth about starting Something Organic, the ups and downs of entrepreneurship and juggling motherhood whilst running a business!

Please send any questions you’d like Shamanth to answer during the webinar to

How to join the online webinar

On registering for the webinar, you will receive an automatic email from Go to Webinar with the link to access the event. The event will begin at the time and date stated in the registration information. If you don’t receive the link within two hours of signing up via Eventbrite, please let us know by emailing (Please note, it may be in your junk folder).

About Enterprise Nation

Enterprise Nation is the UK’s most active small business network, helping thousands of people turn their good idea into a great business. Join today to get everything you need to start and grow your small business, in one place.


30th July 2021
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