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But First, West: Spreading Paw-sitive Energy to Both Pups and Humans

"Unpacking can either be a negative or positive experience and we want to fall on the positive side of that spectrum." Hannah from But First, West

Onya’e Naturals: A Celebration of Clean, Conscious Beauty Products

“I feel that what we put on our skin is just as important as the food we eat.” – Jassy, founder of Onya’e Naturals.

Bottega Bene: Where Nurturing Food Brings People Together

“Bringing Bottega Bene to life allowed me to combine multiple elements of the human experience I value - spatial design, good food, creative packaging, and above all else, connection to others and the world we live in.” – Blaire Dorin, founder of Bottega Bene.

@lazulihandcrafted

✨We're shining the light on @lazulihandcrafted [https://www.instagram.com/lazulihandcrafted/] 's minimalistic noissue Kraft mailer design. Sometimes less is more 👌🏼

MCreativeJ: Modern Embroidery That’s On Point

“I love using texture and color, which has drawn many makers to my work and inspired them to give embroidery a try.” – Melissa, founder of MCreativeJ.

Harebell Boutique: Where Sustainability Is The Height Of Fashion

“It’s all about re-educating people towards smarter consumption. Showing them different is not only possible but easy to do!” – Denise, founder of Harebell Boutique.

LollyPop’s Catwalk: Feline Fashion with Cat-titude

“My goal is to give pets and their humans a fashionable way to stay connected.” – Hannah, founder of LollyPops Catwalk.

Afakasi Prints: Representing Sāmoan Culture and Making a Difference

"For me, it's important to practice sustainability where I can so that I can make a difference and be an example for other small business owners." Amanda, owner of Afakasi Prints

untold: Putting the Spotlight on BIPOC Entrepreneurs

"untold’s mission is to create meaningful experiences by promoting BIPOC entrepreneurs and their brands to build a more socially and environmentally inclusive economy," Joleen and Jackie of untold

Beautiful Handmade Accessories with KTT Studios

"If you find passion and joy in what you do, do not let any mistakes nor any small tribulation cause you to abandon it. It is important that you love making the art you do more than anything else," Kim, Founder of KTT Studios

How To Write a Business Plan in 4 Easy Steps

Every great business starts with a business plan (even if it is on the back of a napkin!) This guide from HoneyBook will walk you through the key elements every great business plan needs.

Shopping in 2021: Eight trends for the “new normal”

To discover how consumer behavior has changed in 2020, we turned to Klarna. They share with us their top eight trends worth watching in 2021.

Telling the truth, but making it fun, with Whalebone Magazine

The Whalebone Magazine team consistently produce humorous and thought-provoking stories. They share some insights into their operations and their top tips for making creative content.

Getting into Print: How to get Published as a Creative

Getting a book printed is a big achievement for any designer, but the process to publishing can be tricky. Here's our guide on how to do it.

Little Spoon, big impact: How Little Spoon is making nutrition-packed food for modern families

Little Spoon is disrupting a sleepy, waste-filled industry by creating fresh baby food for kids. Co-founder, president and chief marketing officer Lisa Barnett talks spotting a gap in the market and striving to be a sustainable business.

How Boie built a personal care brand centered on sustainability

Manuel de la Cruz is the CEO and Co-founder at Boie USA. We invited Manuel to chat about building a personal care business and community centered on sustainability.

Five Ways To Streamline Your Fashion Supply Chain

The efficiency of your fashion supply chain matters - follow these 5 steps to ensure your sourcing is as streamlined as possible.