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What Being A B Corp Means To Us 

Lulu is the first and only self-publishing, print-on-demand company to achieve B Corp status. What does that mean and why is it important?

What Being A B Corp Means To Us 

Lulu is the first and only self-publishing, print-on-demand company to achieve B Corp status. What does that mean and why is it important?


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Celebrating Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month spans from September 15 to October 15 and celebrates the struggles and triumphs of Hispanic and Latinx Americans.

Sharing Pride And Inclusivity

Join Erin from Lulu for interviews with two members of the local LGBTQ+ community covering the challenges of building inclusive workplaces.

Finding Rhythm With Eugene Taylor

Eugene Taylor, known as the Drum Prophet, visited Lulu’s office to share his unique kind of music and engaging storytelling.

It’s Probably Not “Just a Phase”

Join Matt, the VP of Marketing & Communication, and learn about his experience parenting a transgender teen as part of our Pride series.

Lunch & Learn: Steve Pemberton

Team Lulu was lucky enough to have Steve Pemberton share his story with us during one of our monthly Lunch & Learns.

AAPI Heritage Month Reader’s Guide

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month is an opportunity to learn more about an important part of America’s history and culture.

Creating a Positive Work Environment

Learn about the ways Lulu is adapting to a changing work environment while taking steps to make Lulu the best place in the world to work!

Sustainability In Self-Publishing

From the paper to the ink to the transportation and storage; book-making impacts our planet. But print-on-demand can reduce that impact.

Your Story Is Worth Telling

Meet Brit Lashae; a writer and entrepreneur who’s journey of self-discovery and healing is an inspiration to all.

Women’s History Month Reader’s Guide

March is Women’s History Month! To celebrate, here’s a reading list of amazing female authors, educators, and creators for your to-read list.

Celebrating Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month spans from September 15 to October 15 and celebrates the struggles and triumphs of Hispanic and Latinx Americans.

Sharing Pride And Inclusivity

Join Erin from Lulu for interviews with two members of the local LGBTQ+ community covering the challenges of building inclusive workplaces.

Finding Rhythm With Eugene Taylor

Eugene Taylor, known as the Drum Prophet, visited Lulu’s office to share his unique kind of music and engaging storytelling.

It’s Probably Not “Just a Phase”

Join Matt, the VP of Marketing & Communication, and learn about his experience parenting a transgender teen as part of our Pride series.

Lunch & Learn: Steve Pemberton

Team Lulu was lucky enough to have Steve Pemberton share his story with us during one of our monthly Lunch & Learns.

AAPI Heritage Month Reader’s Guide

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month is an opportunity to learn more about an important part of America’s history and culture.

Creating a Positive Work Environment

Learn about the ways Lulu is adapting to a changing work environment while taking steps to make Lulu the best place in the world to work!

Sustainability In Self-Publishing

From the paper to the ink to the transportation and storage; book-making impacts our planet. But print-on-demand can reduce that impact.

Your Story Is Worth Telling

Meet Brit Lashae; a writer and entrepreneur who’s journey of self-discovery and healing is an inspiration to all.

Women’s History Month Reader’s Guide

March is Women’s History Month! To celebrate, here’s a reading list of amazing female authors, educators, and creators for your to-read list.

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Better Than Yesterday is content from Lulu employees and friends of Lulu to highlight our social mission. Take a glimpse into the people behind Lulu, the work we do outside the office, the passions that drive us, and the unifying desire to be better, one day at a time.

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