Nikos Mouyiaris, the founder and owner of beauty supplier and contract manufacturer Mana Products, has come up with a new twist on charitable giving — provide hard-pressed families with the means to help themselves.
As a down-to-earth grassroots philanthropist with the instincts of a revolutionary, Mouyiaris contends that one of the ways to ease income inequality is by providing employment to neighborhood people through the establishment of local cooperative businesses, thereby helping communities to flourish. He has produced a 220-stockkeeping-unit color cosmetics brand, called Make, that will be sold on the internet, beginning Oct. 15.
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