The Pluralist Social Enterprise Campaign – It’s More Than a Timepiece

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The Pluralist is a social enterprise, so positive social impact is part of the mission. Not only was it important for this social enterprise to sell a product with a message of acceptance, but it was also important to give back to the community. This is why a portion of each watch sale is donated to a local Australian charity.

Brisbane, Australia, November 11, 2017 — The Pluralist is a social enterprise disrupting the watch industry. It is a Brisbane based Social Enterprise with a mission to sell a product with a social message of acceptance and pluralism. The watches are inspired by the philosophy of pluralism. The aim of this social enterprise is to bring to customers unique watches with diverse numeral writing systems. As a social enterprise, the Pluralist donates a portion from each watch sold to a local not-for-profit organization. The company is currently running a Crowdfunding campaign on StartSomeGood.com in order to raise funds in order to be able to expand the product line and represent more languages and cultures.

Since The Pluralist is a social enterprise, positive social impact is part of their mission. Not only was it important to them to sell a product with a message of acceptance, but it was also important to give back to the community. The Pluralist achieves this by donating a portion of each watch sale to a local Australian charity. Currently, their partner organisation is the The Asylum Seeker Resource, an independent Australian charity organisation with a mission of compassion.

Their first collection of watches are named after their inspirations: Arabia and Kan’ji. The Arabic and Sino-Japanese numerals on the dials make these watches unique, timeless and an extraordinary conversation starter.

With plenty of cultures and languages to explore now, they aim to expand their designs and represent more cultures, spark more conversations and build more bridges. Therefore, the next step for The Pluralist is to expand their product line.

This social enterprise has received encouraging feedback and now needs your help to promote diversity and add new, unique designs to their collection. You can read more about the story and campaign from the following link https://www.startsomegood.com/thepluralistwatches.

As a reward for your contribution towards their campaign, you can obtain watches from their current collections at an exclusively discounted rate and help this new social enterprise grow their collection.

For further information please visit their website www.thepluralist.com.au

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Sarah Thompson

Sarah Thompson

Sarah is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing. Before joining Daily Telescope she worked as a staff writer at Fast Company and spent two years as a foreign correspondent in Turkey. Her work has been published in Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Vice News, Motherboard, and many other outlets.
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