Looking after the Earth, one household at a time!
At 50 years old and unemployed for the first time in her life, Mary Jane certainly hadn’t thought a humble food wrap would be the key to unwrapping a new chapter in her life.
Music is a thread that weaves through every part of our lives, but Steven had a bigger vision to harness its effect on the brain. He understood how music changed the brain and saw the opportunity this offered in healing and transforming grief and suffering. The question was, how could this be come a viable business?
After many months of preserving, bottling and labeling her products, Paula Green has launched her NEIS business Mertle's Majic Homegrown Syrups by opening up a shop in the Shed Markets near Busselton. On her first day of trade she was delighted by the number of positive comments from customers - "On my first day open for trade, I made sales over and above what I'd hoped for and got so much love and support ...even a surprise bunch of flowers!"
Cassi-Jo Davis is a prominent textile artist from Southwest WA who has been sharing her love of cowgirl themed fashion through her travelling horse float gallery.
Cassie’s label “Cowgirl Blues” has been increasing in popularity both in WA and the US since she first launched her business after completing the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme in May 2016.