As lovers of great craft, we love handmade. Handmade provides Eco-friendly, sustainable and generates employment across the world. In addition, the linear economy of consumption and waste is challenged by a new wave of redistributed micro-enterprise, with holistic sustainability, ethical and cutting-edge economic models. Artisanship has been a human-centred economic activity of giving form and meaning to local raw material and converting them into aesthetic and utilitarian product.
“We just make it better.”
Our aim is to provide a convivial future for the artisans. ownership of the means of work.
At Rural Handmade, we partner with small enterprise that have the right skill but lack innovation. We work in partnership and help them come in sync with the consumer trends and buying behavior, eventually supporting them till the critical support point.
We at Rural handmade are defining a few key metrics specific to their own inclusion, economic prosperity, increase in business critical support point skill, and thus achieving key development outcomes..
Each product has its own characteristics that offer new or additional benefits to the customer. We, at Rural Handmade, believe in the development of each and every product.
We commission ideas / design low cost make-to-order model for our clients.
Each product is handmade by an artisan, based on your requirements.
Impact on the society from the maker's perspective and buyer's perceptive.
Data-driven decision-making using technology and applications that help us achieve our strategies.
Southeast Asia is well-known for their colorful languages and traditions. In this guide, we’re going to take a look at the different creative manufacturing and products in some of the most appealing countries in Southeast Asia and observe their market trade sustainability and activity. The countries included in this article are Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam due to their distant geolocation but somehow relative cultural tradition and beliefs.
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Today, in a world that is so compounded by aesthetics over value, when it comes to furniture, a marker of cultural, practical and generational significance that serves as a staple in every part of the world, it is critical that sustainable furniture become the standard now and in future years to come. Indeed, people everywhere have found themselves feeling a heightened sense of responsibility when it comes to sustainability. Globally, the idea of sustainability takes on different forms that are most times purely dependent on the social, economic and environmental situations of a place, not to mention the management of market and industry standards on sustainability that must also be taken into account. In this post, we will explore what goes into making sustainable furniture as well as how the global standards on sustainability can be used to drive this process.