Long before being green was fashionable, Anita Roddick proved you could achieve differentiation in a crowded market by creating a socially and environmentally responsible business. By the time she died of a brain hemorrhage in 2007 at age 64, Roddick had become one of Britain's most celebrated entrepreneurs, with an empire of more than 2,000 Body Shop stores in some 50 countries.
Great ideas are hard to come by. Putting them to work is even harder. Meet the founders who turned concepts into companies and changed the face of business.
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