Daines Atelier are launching The Indie Guide in partnership with Blog with Lola and Yousef al Nasser. We have come to raise the profile of creative businesses and shout out about supporting independents.
The Guide will feature 40+ businesses from across the globe who are focused on being sustainable and transparent. We are trying to bridge the gap between makers and stockists. Imagine it as an image-focused directory for brands to advertise and get noticed by the right people!
Also, The Guide will also feature articles on the importance of shopping independent. which is especially needed right now!
Read more on our blog post on being a Conscious Consumer to learn more.
What can I do to help spread the word?
Below you will find some graphics. As a result, By tagging @theindieguide we will share back with our followers. The guide will be published digitally from the 28th November, AKA small business Saturday.
In such an unpredictable time it is vital to invest in local businesses and creatives. In conclusion, who are now struggling more than ever.
We are also hosting The Indie Guide Market Place.
To celebrate the launch of the Indie Guide. we are holding the virtual market on the 28th of November at 10am. AKA Small Business Saturday!
Hence, All stallholders will be given three pre-made graphic images of their products and a ‘stall’ on the @theindieguideofficialinstagram.
Our graphic guru Yousef will design the template on your behalf. you will have full access to reuse the images after.
We will also be showcasing products on our story throughout the day. please use #theindieguide on any images you post or share and make sure you tag @theindieguideofficial
Interested in taking part in the market? Not to worry, head over to the With Lola Indie Guide page to sign up.
Don’t forget to follow @theindieguideofficial on Instagram!
Give us a quick follow so that you can stay up to date with everything The Indie Guide.
This year Christmas will be like no other. With the uncertainty of lockdown and the added worry for the future of local small businesses. As a result, We have created an alternative to shopping. Away to support the independent businesses, and stockists who will undoubtedly struggle this winter.
In conclusion, Most people are unsure of the number of independent businesses which surround them locally. unlike the big corporations who can invest in mass advertising and afford to take part in publications. Sadly, most smaller independents don’t have the same luxury.
Luckily, this is where The Indie Guide steps in!