KUNG HEI FAT CHOY! Happy Chinese New Year of the Fire Monkey! Wow we've been waiting for this year for a while, it'll bring about many many changes I'm sure. I'm born in the year of the Dragon, so is my mother as well as my son... can you hear the thunder!?! Heh Heh however the Dragon is great friends with the mischievous monkey so I shall be looking forward to this year.
Well I thought I'd keep this blog short and sweet, as we're all on holiday mode here, again, so after mindlessly watching movie after movie, of which 'Creed' was included ( and if you ask me, that was a total waste of time I'll never get back, yuck, I could go on but this is not a movie critique blog.) where was I..?? ah yes So whilst everyone has gone away some us continued on with our work, that's the beauty of working from home, you choose your own hours.
The great thing about network marketing is that it doesn't matter what day it is as long as everyone invited can turn up and benefit for the gathering. What I found most interesting is the cross pollination or cross marketing you can do when you go to your networking get together. For example when we called on some ladies to come to our world ventures get together, they brought along their products . I'd say they range from jewellery to food!
Apart from home made beauty products, which included hand made containers for the jars used, there is also Gelato! My girlfriend Joanna has her own Gelato business, and though she couldn't make our networking meeting, she was prepared to send her products to try, now that's what I call great marketing, about a product that she says and I quote " Best Artisanal Gelato in M'sia guaranteed!"
|If you'd like to know more about Jersey Jack here's her link : JERSEY JACK GELATO|
Another product shown to me was home made jewellery by Lisa, her brand name is Oxoloco. These beautiful pieces of jewellery were designed and hand crafted individually and most of them snapped up without any marketing on social platforms at all. This talented lady also makes beautiful cards , paints fab pictures and stay tuned for an exhibition of her up cycled lamps!
|If you'd like to know more about Oxoloc go to OXOLOCO|
Which brings me to these glorious hand woven bags, they're absolutely beautiful with eye catching colours, which is why another friend decided to look into importing them after she saw them at a South American event here.
|they are called Wayuu bags|
|The women of the Wayuu tribe have been hand weaving these bags for generations. Every single bag is different and unique, with intricate tribal designs and colours|
It's getting clearer still that more people are gravitating towards artisan products, people are becoming more aware of what and where their products come from and how it impacts on the local economy, environment and it's a great way in moving forward by supporting cottage industries. It helps keep the micro economics alive.