Chiswick Small Business Visits The Treasury
Love Give Ink was a guest to mark Small Business Saturday
A small business from Chiswick was one of 100 from around the country invited to represent the UK’s 5.4 million small businesses at a special event at The Treasury mark the UK’s third Small Business Saturday.
Martha Keith, founded Love Give Ink in 2013, and has won awards for her innovative stationary products.
Martha produces personalised products ranging from 'boxes of love' to secret message greeting cards- all around the theme of love. The items are hand made by a team of locals at Paint HQ in Chiswick. Martha left a career in healthcare to set up her business, inspired by gifts by she and her other half had given each other. She decided to create ways to help others say ' I Love You' or show that they care.
Martha said, “We are passionate supporters of small businesses, and so have been honoured to be one of the 100 businesses chosen for this year’s campaign. We have lots planned for Small Business Saturday itself, including a special discount at our website www.lovegiveink.com and competitions across our social media channels where we have also been profiling fellow small businesses. We hope to inspire people today to go and discover all the brilliant small businesses locally in West London and around the UK.”
The Chancellor, George Osborne, commented: “Small Business Saturday is a great opportunity to champion some of the brilliant entrepreneurs and firms we have in this country and make sureeveryone is aware of the powerful role they play.”
“Small Business Saturday has become an exceptional example of collaboration and co-operation with small businesses teaming up in communities around the UK,” explains Campaign Director Michelle Ovens. “We aim to showcase the level of diversity, innovation and talent that is active within our small business sector and persuading people to get out and support their friends, neighbours and family members and reinforce local communities and economies.”
December 12, 2015