Tiny Box Launches Wellbeing and Business Hub to See Crafters Through Lockdown
By Emily Peagram 06 Apr 2020
Ethical packaging company Tiny Box has launched a wellbeing and support hub Bored? on its website to help business owners, crafters and their families stay strong during the coronavirus outbreak.
Features include caring for your mental wellbeing and a fully loaded page with a variety of ideas to help entertain the kids.There is also a range of DIY art and craft ideas and printables to help kids stay creative.
The page is packed with useful tips for established craft companies to boost their sales during quarantine, as well inspiration for start-up businesses. From tools and tips for getting starte,d to branding and distribution, Tiny Box Company’s Business Bootstrapping will provide invaluable support.
Consumers can also keep up to date with the latest industry trend and receive a daily dose of uplifting quotes, laughs and fun facts.
Tiny Box CEO Rachel Watkyn said: “This is an incredibly tough time for everyone. We can make all our lives better by working together, and sharing what works. Our hub can help you keep creative and focussed at home, whether you’re entertaining the kids, running your business, rethinking your working life or even starting up a new venture.
“We’ll be rolling out more help for designers and makers in the coming days – watch this space.”