Eco Souk promotes Eco-friendly brands and designers
Founded in 2018 by mother of three, Katy Rice, Eco Souk, is an online store that aims tofind designs and creations that are attractive, functional and eco-friendly, making them loved and accessible to all. The family concept webstore showcases a carefully curated portfolio of beautiful lifestyle items, made with high-quality materials and sold at affordable prices, from toys and baby essentials to home styling, gift sets and items for the grown-ups too.
Katy Rice left her corporate career for the world of parenthood over six years ago and whilst fully immersed in all things baby and parenting, she found many products she loved but none of which were available in the region. Identifying the gap in the market for such eco-friendly and functional brands prompted her return to the workplace as the owner of Eco Souk,dedicated to bringing beautiful brands to the homes of other mums and families across the GCC.
With over 200 products currently available, Eco Souk promotes brands and designers who tell a story and who are committed to making goods with the utmost respect for human beings and the environment, striving to ensure that all brands and products that are available on its store are non-toxic, organic, sustainable, ethically made and sourced, while still being fully design-led and functional.
Every item stocked has been purchased, used and proven useful by the Eco Souk team before it hits the virtual shelves, guaranteeing the best of today’s most functional baby, child and home essential brands such as Bumpa Mats, Wobbel Boards, Olli Ella and Malabar Baby to name a few.
Whether it’s the finishing touches to a baby room, playroom or nursery that you need, something to keep little ones safe, or if you favour wooden and educational toys to keep the little ones entertained, Eco Souk has something for everyone.
Source: The Fashion with Style
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