Meet The Makers

Flourish is an ecosystem of entrepreneurs, artisans, and values-driven businesses. Discover who they are and what they believe in!
See Sow
See Sow arose from a shortage of resources for instilling positive mental health in children, particularly during and after the pandemic.
EkiBeki
Ekibeki is a social enterprise which works to preserve the rich craft heritage of India through awareness, design and market interventions.Their vision is to revive the folk arts and crafts of India to help generate better livelihoods for women and...
Maayu
Maayu undergarments are specifically designed for well-being, using minimal resources. They do not use chemical dyes, synthetic fiber or spandex. Everything is made from only 100% organic cotton. All the products are made out of certified organic cotton - unbleached...
Jaggery
Jaggery is a social enterprise that uses bags as a powerful tool to advance social equity, climate action, and economic resilience. They create handcraft purposeful products like functional bags, cases, home decor, and adventure gear.
Solayi
Solayi is an Indian artisanal jewelry brand based out of Jaipur. It was created with a desire to create unique accessories and jewellery. 
Black Baza Coffee Co.
Black Baza Coffee Co. is an interdisciplinary specialty coffee roastery. They facilitate meaningful and empowered market experiences for smallholder coffee growers. The grassroots work builds on traditional ecological knowledge and strengthens farming practices that conserve biodiversity and local ecosystems.
Aadyam Handwoven
Aadyam Handwoven is a corporate social initiative of the Aditya Birla Group. They are working with the weaver communities in India to create a self-sustaining ecosystem for the artisans of the country. The aim is to create sustainable livelihoods by supporting and selling their crafts.
Kaarigar Clinic
Kaarigar Clinic is an initiative that works towards rural development by mentoring local artisans to strategically grow their traditional craft practices into self-sustaining businesses.They work with more than 500 artisans and among majority are women.
Merakus
‘Merakus’ is derived from the word Meracus, which means Pure, and it is also the essence of the brand. 
Padukas Artisans
Padukas Artisans combine traditional crafts, (Patchwork Quilting, Warli Painting, Basket making, Fabric Jewelry and Toy Making), with modern design elements.
The Kolhapur Co.
The brand THE KOLHAPUR Co. was established in support of Kolhapur chappal artisans based out of a village in the Northern part of Karnataka called Madbhavi in Athani, Belgaum
Something Sustainable SOS
Something Sustainable (SOS) is an organic clothing brand.
Sepia Stories
Sepia Stories is a sustainable fashion clothing brand promoting conscious consumption. 
One ‘O’ Eight Knots
One 'O' Eight Knots is an initiative by Happy Faces Foundation for first-generation women artisans.
Kara Weaves
Kara is a creative social enterprise. Its goal is to provide much-needed impetus to the Kerala handloom industry.
Kaizen the label
Kaizen the label was launched with two primary goals: to bridge the gap among craft communities & urban cultures and to use "waste" in fashion to create conscious fashion.
Kaisori
Kaisori is a celebration of Indian culture and storytelling as seen through ancient crafts.
Whitewater Kids
Whitewater was established by a team of spirited women in 2017.
Juju By Grishma
JUJU’s inspiration comes from nature. The products come from a place of wonder, nostalgia, and moments of silent observation.
Indu
House of INDU believes in creating timeless and functional pieces. The range of outfits is handmade from handwoven fabric.
Indigo Amour
Indigo Amour is a sustainable fashion brand started in 2018.