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Congratulations to Georgie Hopkins and Simon Whitehead, directors of Myakka, who were highly commended for their work within the retail industry at the recent ECMOD awards!
This summer Myakka will celebrate its 10th anniversary in retailing and I’m delighted to see that they have been recognised for all that they do.
With over 90% of their products fairtrade, it’s a one-stop shop for all your furniture, textiles and home accessories.
Their business is based in the principles of fair trade and they are a member of BAFTS. (British association for fair trade shops).
Myakka are commited to reducing their carbon footprint, they minimise their daily waste and use sea, rather than air for transporting their products.
All Myakka furniture is crafted using either Sheesham or Acacia wood, fast growing hardwoods sourced from sustainable, government managed plantations in India.
To help you with the credit crunch, Myakka are offering 20% off all their nests of tables until the end of the month.
Starting at £55.20, these are perfect for every day use and tuck away at night to take up minimal space in your home.
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