Category: Mango Meets

Mango Meets…Giancarlo Mancino

Mango met the world-famous Giancarlo Mancino whilst working on the opening of Hong Kong’s fabulous ON Dining, Kitchen & Lounge. Possibly one of the busiest men in the cocktail industry today, Giancarlo is not only a partner of ON, but he is also the name and brain behind Mancino Vermouth. Several years ago, he took […]

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Mango Meets… Kathryn Lwin, Director and Founder of River of Flowers

Kathryn Lwin is the Director and Founder of River of Flowers, a nonprofit social enterprise which, she explains, “aims to ‘feed the bees that feed us’ by creating and linking trails or ‘rivers’ of wildflower forage and shelter in city spaces.  By bringing the countryside to the city, we are planting for pollinators, plants and […]

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Mango Meets… Max Webb, Founder of Rugbytots

Max Webb is the founder of the Reigate-based play programme, Rugbytots, which started seven years ago when he was playing in the park with his three sons and a few other parents and children. It soon attracted dozens of youngsters from the local area, with its rugby specific skills aiding the core development of young children, physically, psychologically and […]

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MANGO MEETS… Cass Chapman, Founder of Kodomo.com

Cass Chapman is founder and director of kodomo.com. Having had her daughter Lola in 2011, she decided to create a website providing much-needed, authentic, well-written information for parents on where to eat, stay and play with babies, toddlers and young teens in tow. From Batu Batu to Barcelona, Montreal to Marbella, Kodomo.com (and its team […]

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MANGO MEETS… Joe Jaques, Jaques of London

Established in 1795, Jaques of London is the oldest sports and games manufacturer in the world. Throughout its long and distinguished history, Jaques has been responsible for inventing some of our best-loved games – Croquet, Ping Pong, Ludo, Tiddledy Winks, Happy Families and Snakes & Ladders, amongst others.  The company won two gold medals at […]

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