Supporting women in business and innovation to end the cycle of poverty in developing communties.
Our team of creatives have travelled the world to bring you an insightful edit of profit-for-purpose, grassroots projects supporting women in developing communities to earn a living through business.
Equal Opportunity for Young Girls.
Our co-founder Lilli spoke to Samantha Wills about the legacy of TBE's work - "I was raised believing I was equal to the boys around me and I hope the legacy of the work we do means the same can be true for young girls everywhere."
Supporting women in business in developing communities around the world.
Through generating access to the global marketplace, we believe we can put the future in the hands of women.
NEPAL PROJECT - Celeebrating ten years
Dedicated to change.
In 2006, Ravina was a young girl begging on the streets of Kathmandu.
Her family fled civil unrest on the border of Pakistan in northern India to make a better life in Nepal, but they landed in abject poverty and were forced to beg for money to feed themselves. Ravina had never been to school or had a medical check up and at night she shared a thin piece of foam on the ground with her siblings and a single blanket.
Then one afternoon while begging around the tourist hub of the Boudhanath Stupa, Ravina met James Hopkins, a former high-flying New York banker who threw in Wall Street and bought a one way ticket to Kathmandu to study Buddhism.
Ten years later, it was a chance meeting that would change not just Ravina’s small world, but the lives of the entire community she lives in through the power of creative business.
We sat down with James and Ravina in the village in Kathmadu for a very candid chat about the incredible impact of Quilts for Kids Nepal over masala teas.