Cristiane and Coby will give Retulp international sustainable allure

Retulp has been supplying sustainable drinking bottles and thermos cups as an alternative to disposable bottles and cups since 2015. From this autumn, the range will be expanded with more products that should ensure less waste. New thermos cups and lunch products that are convenient to use and have a beautiful design.

Cristiane and Coby started in July at Retulp with the goal of bringing these new products to the European market and designing even more new products. Below a short introduction of both of them:

Cristiane and Coby

Cristiane Figueredo

Born in Rio de Janeiro/Brazil and in the Netherlands I worked for more than 10 years in the fashion industry. I was involved in the organization and conceptualization of fashion events. Before that I worked for the Telegraaf and Philips. Why Retulp: design. I have a passion for beautiful products and I really like the products of Retulp. My favorite: The new Retulp BigMug. I want to make sure that we collaborate with other beautiful fashion brands and sustainable companies from other industries and that the collection will become even more innovative and beautiful.

Coby Brown

Currently I live in a small village in the Veluwe, but I am very internationally minded. My mother is from Ireland and my father is Dutch. For my education, I had international study and work experience in New Zealand and Ireland.

I have also made several long trips to places such as Australia, Chile, Argentina, Indonesia, Scandinavia and Switzerland. By visiting these beautiful places, my passion for nature conservation and the importance of living as sustainably as possible has grown.

The combination between the mission and sustainable nature of the products is what really appeals to me in working at Retulp. Besides that I like to think along with our customers on a creative level. I like to use my creativity in making beautiful custom bottles for our customers. Besides that I will be busy with the development of new products and collections. And hopefully by doing so Retulp will get an international sustainable allure.