Vlogs & Podcasts
What an amazing guest we had today. Amy & Mick discuss Dolphins (obviously), Mr Muscle, credit crisis and fashion.
Amanda the health guru at SeaPigs is starting a new feature, as part of the SeaPigs Feel Good campaign.
SeaPigs is a company with a conscience that make ‘the best’ co-created beach & lifestyle products - that are styled with you, by you.
Looking good is important, that's why our products are styled with you, for you.
Our products are lovingly engineered to improve your health & well-being, keeping you feeling energised.
We are ethical and eco-friendly, with no compromise.
Nicola wood from the wonderful wig company fascinates Mick about how human hair wigs are made. You would have no idea of the complexity.
Big hoggs and kisses to Jen for joining us on the Newcastle Accelerator Podcast.
Mick from SeaPigs chats to Jennifer Tait of Rise Learning Group.
They chat about Dolphins (obviously), the difference between learning and training, pivoting, NatWest community and how much Jen loves her Dad.
Ruth made Mick smile, laugh and fed him delicious coffee - Coffee & kin are a prosocial brand.
SeaPigs - finding a fairer way to do business
Mick interviews Claire Wayman about the fashion industry, New York, Organic vegetables, Sunderland and doing the right thing in life.
Find out how Mick is finding a fairer way to do business and why he likened himself to a welly boot.
"Armstrong you play football like a cross between 'Vinnie Jones' & 'Big Daddy'" why Mick played rugby instead of football.
Amanda (Herd of operations) interviews Mick (Head of the Herd on the new SeaPigs #PiggyPodcast
Mick meets Rebecca Gibb of Bamboozle - The prestige puzzle people
They chat about how the Brits invented Champagne, penguins and pioneering women in the wine industry.
Mick interviews Amanda about her story up until she joined SeaPigs. She talks about being an IP Lawyer, Physchotherapist and Mother.
Love Our Tiny Blue Dot
Listen to Layth's amazing story.
Mick Armstrong is the Podcast host - an ex pro-rugby player and Head of the Herd at SeaPigs
This podcast is all about Rugby and Friends #rugbyandfriends
Amanda from SeaPigs explains the SeaPigs blog 'Cotton is Killing our planet'.
SeaPigs are proud to present our official song! This has been in the works for a very long time now…
SeaPigs is having its official Launch Party! We have all kinds of activities in store to give you a memorable evening that launches our brand in the most authentic way we know how. This has been a long time in the making, and we are so proud to making our first hoof forward into the world in Newcastle
Thoink you to the hundreds of members of The Herd who voted on our two online branding surveys and the people we intervied one to one and in focus groups. The vote from social media polls was also used to shape the SeaPigs brand. We love it, so a huge Thoink you to everyone involved.
30 second video showing how the brand evolved via co-creation.
OINK OINK, The SeaPigs Drifters limited editions are produced in ranges and will be limited by design and number produced. Inspired by You 10 Beautiful Beaches of the World 1. ‘SPLOSHING ABOUT’ AT TYNEMOUTH Inspiration from The Herd - Donna SeaBurn Photo Original designs from Emma Garrod (eye-illustrate) Limited to 500 pairs Certificate of Authenticity from Artist
Leaving Positive Footprints
Amanda joined SeaPigs to leave a positive legacy for her daughter and the future of our planet.
Herd of operations
Mick going crazy with a tin of environmentally friendly chalk.
GRAFFITI at its best.
Over and snout,
See how our co-created flip flops are coming along in development…
Talking about our SeaPigs guarantee in 30 seconds or less.
Rachel tells us why she joined the SeaPigs Herd in under 30 seconds
The environmentally friendly message of SeaPigs persuaded Daniel to get involved, and he enjoys being able to creatively contribute to a project that gives as much back as it takes away.
Mick tells us why he joined the SeaPigs herd
There are plenty of other options besides recycling…
Celebrating the beauty of our oceans and beaches.
Love our beaches.
Over and snout,
SeaPigs Love Our Tiny Blue Dot
Oink oink, The SeaPigs Guarantee: SeaPigs guarantee to re-use or recycle your old SeaPigs products free of charge and give you money off your next purchase. Over and snout, SeaPigs
Recycling is not the solution, only part of it. During our masses of research, we discovered a major problem. BRANDS DO NOT TAKE OWNERSHIP OF THEIR PRODUCTS AFTER USE and ‘Recycling is not the solution’
Over and snout,
At SeaPigs we talk all the time about being a circular economy and how positive that is, but what does that mean, exactly? Watch, and find out…
Read Oscar Lynch’s article on SeaPigs - Inside Media
This interview was filmed at Newcastle University by the careers team. This is with Mick Armstrong: Head of the Herd and this interview is more focused on the serious side to SeaPigs.
A local start-up is looking to change the way footwear impacts the environment by promising to take back all of its products. SeaPigs, headed by former Jesmond resident Mick Armstrong, is creating beach footwear that is not only eco-friendly but promises to be more ergonomic too.
We chat to Mike Geritz about trotter and the difference between comfort and support.
Serious about feet