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What makes you feel better quickly is actually to engage in a positive contribution so that you bust through this myth that individual actions don’t count. You begin to realise the world is only made out of individual actions. It does count. It does add up.

Christina Figueres 
Former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and architect of the international Paris climate agreement. 

Launched in 2009, KeepCup revolutionised the way consumers drink their takeaway espresso with the world’s first barista standard reusable cup, designed for drinking pleasure. Our mission is to ensure the world neither wants, needs or uses single-use cups, and every year KeepCup reusers divert an estimated 8 billion disposables from landfill every year.   

We are in business for better – a founding BCorporation member, we are committed to making a positive impact for all stakeholders - workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment. A member of 1% for the Planet, we donate at least 1% of global revenue to environmental causes.   

Want to know more? Read about our storyour impact, and our considered design.

Why we love coming to work 

We are a business committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and 'doing good', demonstrated by our B Corporation certification and ongoing commitment to 1% for the Planet. 

Our business is global and operates from our Melbourne headquarters and our London office, beautiful open plan spaces on the city fringe, close to public transport and bike paths. 

Our employees enjoy flexible working arrangements, dogs days, a competitive salary, great coffee and the chance to work with a talented, caring and motivated team who are each striving to make their individual action count. 

Global openings

We are a global business and are always keen to meet talent from all over the world. Our current openings are listed below. 

Cafe & Roaster Sales

Melbourne & London

We are looking for an Account Manager to work with independent cafés, roasters and retailers.

This role is responsible for:

  • Developing and implementing a sales plans to achieve revenue targets
  • Maintaining connections with existing and potential customers
  • Proactively building new customer relationships within a given territory
  • Working with the marketing team to support customers to promote reuse

For more information and to apply for our Melbourne position, visit Seek

For more information and to apply for our London position, visit Escape the City

Digital Project Manager


This role is responsible for:
  • Juggling strategic priorities to manage and deliver digital eCommerce projects
  • Executing projects including scoping and quoting, managing, controlling and mitigating risks and maintaining strong program management practices
  • Establishing working pipeline of future projects
  • Managing external vendors

For more information and to apply, visit LinkedIn

Senior CRM/Growth Marketing Manager

Melbourne or London

This role is responsible for:

  • Working across Sales and Marketing to execute the CRM strategy
  • Developing strategies and tactics to achieve customer growth
  • Driving marketing automation
  • Business analysis, reporting and recommendations

For more information and to apply, visit LinkedIn Melbourne or London

Can't find a role matching your skills? 

We're always interested in meeting positive, innovative and curious people aligned with our mission of helping the world reduce and reuse. Please begin the conversation by following the link and letting us know what you can bring to our team. 

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Our faulty glass is ground down and recycled locally into either bottles, glasswool insulation or used to replace sand in road base. Recycling into road base is polarising, as it locks material into a product from which it can’t readily be extracted and recycled again. However, in road base, the glass that may otherwise end up in landfill, replaces sand which is a finite resource, so we view this as a win until local infrastructure and manufacturing can support low volumes of recycled glass being used in new products.