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.
Modern startups run on digital tools. From communicating with customers, collaborating internally or protecting their assets, inbound and outbound marketing, interactive sales and entrepreneurs should know that there’s a digital platform or service for everything. In order to stay afloat, entrepreneurs must start off strong with some of the following digital tools. Embracing digital tools post covid is a must and will create newer opportunities for integration, growth and success down the road.
The retail industry or what we call the brick and mortar stores were already at an inflection point with at least 15% customer base shifting towards buying on e-commerce platforms. During and post Covid-19, trend is expected to continue due to store closures and decline in spending on non-essential products.