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About Lulan Artisans:
Dedicated to solving the problems at the center of human trafficking, in 2004 Eve Blossom started Lulan Artisans as a for-profit, social venture that connects buyers, producers, and designers. Today, the company helps artisans sell their expertise, textiles, and other goods to interior designers and general consumers online and in showrooms. Some of Lulan’s product are sold at the famed New York City store ABC Carpet & Home.
Architect-turned-social entrepreneur Eve Blossom created a sustainable business – Lulan Artisans – that provides women and families in Southeast Asia with an economic alternative to participating in the sex trade. Eve urges us to be disruptive entrepreneurs, and to view our ventures as “cultures” – offering unique frameworks for collaboration – as much as “companies.”
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