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Article by Henley Business School
I want to give women freedom.
The combination of enthusiasm and strong attitudes towards sustainability and equality has always been the driving force in Maria Bøge's career. First on a large scale - now on a small scale. Read here how smaller can feel bigger
The year was 1995. Maria was 16 years old and on a journey out into the world. In Sri Lanka, she saw a group of locals carving beautiful wooden figures, which they sold from stalls. The craftsmanship, aesthetics and not least the working conditions under which the wooden figures were produced piqued her interest. And it turned out to also set the direction for Maria's career and has today become the company Manelleh, which produces and sells handmade products.
Article written by Jeppe Terp Scharling, Marketing and Deputy Program Director, Henley Business School.