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Anita Roddick, The Body Shop

 
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anita roddick the body shop

Anita Roddick

Anita Roddick was born into an Italian immigrant family in 1942 and was raised in Littlehampton, Sussex. She was the third of four children. Her mother, Gilda Perella, and her husband, Donny Perella, ran the first and only American style diner in town. All

the children were expected to help at the diner on weekends and after school. She wanted her daughters to succeed and true to her word when she died in 2007 she famously fulfilled her promise to leave them nothing in her will, on moral grounds.
Anita held a number of jobs following school. Her work included clipping newspapers for the International Herald Tribune in Paris, teaching for a short time in England, and working for the United Nations in Geneva. Anita wrote about her experience as a teacher and said, "The only rule in my classroom was that no one should be bored and at the end of a year the lethargic, dull-eyed kids that I had started with were unrecognizable. They were proud of themselves and proud of what they had achieved"

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Anita Roddick Book: "Take it Personally"

Anita Roddick is one of the world’s most outspoken, controversial and successful businesswomen. Her new book Take It Personally focuses on the social accountability of the business world and shines a light on human rights violations, environmental issues, the developing world, globalisation and who holds both the purse and the political strings around the world.

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Anita Roddick Book: "Business as Unusual"

The Journey of Anita Roddick and the Body Shop. The book charts the progress of Anita Roddick and her company, The Body Shop, through the 1990s. She talks openly about the "greed culture" of the 90s, The Body Shop vs. Shell, Trade Not Aid (the pleasures and pitfalls of trading with indigenous communities), taking on the US, creating community both within and outside the workplace, how to campaign for human rights in the business environment and women in business.

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