Malaysian brand The Olive Tree sews hope for underprivileged artisans


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  • Wednesday, 11 Mar 2020

The Olive Tree, founded by Law, works on initiatives that benefit underprivileged women and refugees through different collaborations. Photo: The Star/Azlina Bt Abdullah

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 a natural skincare brand for those with dermatology issues.

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