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Helping Small Businesses

Small businesses give character and individuality to an area. Small businesses are a final product of passion and hard work, as well as the hard work that people put in to please the consumer. They help to provide a personalized experience, as well as a unique end-product hard to get anywhere else.

There are hundreds of small businesses around the world, but many do not have contact with the large economy that we have here in North America. Here at Experience Your Life, we believe in helping small businesses as well. Sultan Utm, the founder of Experience Your Life has just signed a printing contract with a family run business in Mexico! They will be printing hats, t-shirts, caps, buttons and many more for our Expo this September. 

At our Expo this September, one of our many exhibitors will be Ten Thousand Villages, a source for fair trade clothing items, jewelry and many more. This will help to support small businesses around the world.

For more information on our Expo and to REGISTER NOW FOR FREE! Visit http://www.experienceyourlife.eventbrite.ca

Below is a short excerpt from the Ten Thousand Villages website. For more information visit: http://www.tenthousandvillages.com

“Ten Thousand Villages is an exceptional source for unique handmade gifts, jewelry, home decor, art and sculpture, textiles, serveware and personal accessories representing the diverse cultures of artisans in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. One of the world’s largest fair trade organizations and a founding member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), the company strives to improve the livelihood of tens of thousands of disadvantaged artisans in 38 countries. Ten Thousand Villages accomplishes this by establishing a sustainable market for handmade products in North America, and building long term buying relationships in places where skilled artisan partners lack opportunities for stable income. Product sales help pay for food, education, healthcare and housing for artisans who would otherwise be unemployed or underemployed.”

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