Lifeline for Malaysian artisans to sell their products online during the pandemic

  • Family
  • Monday, 16 Aug 2021

The Artisans Haven not only enables artisans to market and sell their handmade products and crafts online during the pandemic but it also provides a virtual space for them to share their stories and the 'heart behind their brand'. Photo: The Artisans Haven

The Artisans Haven, an e-commerce platform started by two Malaysian women to help local artisans market and sell their products during the pandemic, is launching its #HandmadeisHeartmade campaign on Aug 18 (Wednesday).

During the pandemic, many people are turning to online shopping because physical shops have been closed during the movement control order, particularly in the early phases of the National Recovery Plan (NRP).

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