Batik Boutique stitches a better life for marginalised women

  • Culture
  • Wednesday, 11 Mar 2020

Founded by Amy Blair, Batik Boutique is a social enterprise whose revenue sustains the social impact they make: providing work, income and childcare to seamstresses and also an income for local batik artisans. Photo: Batik Boutique

In conjunction with International Women's Day, StarLifestyle highlights three female entrepreneurs who are also driven by a purposeful plan and ambition to do good.

Sasibai Kimis started Earth Heir to promote local artisans, and Amy Blair set up Batik Boutique to market batik. Law Hong Mei created natural skincare brand The Olive Tree for those with dermatology issues.

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