In developing markets, sustainability means more than just taking care of the environment – it’s also about providing stable incomes so that creatives can thrive.
In Kenya and wider Africa, it can be difficult for artisans to get exposure to profitable markets. This gave Teresa Lubano the idea of starting an online marketplace that gives young up-and-coming artists a place to show off their crafts.
Her resulting eCommerce store, Shop Nanjala, is home to a variety of locally-made gift items and decor. In this case study, Teresa tells us about her mission to bring African-made goods to market in the most sustainable way possible.
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