An inclusive fashion brand from Manchester has been selected as one of 100 trail-blazing small businesses in the official count-down to Small Business Saturday, which takes place across the UK on 7 December 2019.
Kintsugi Clothing is one of this year’s ‘Small Biz 100’, a selection of small businesses drawn from every corner of the UK that reflect the vibrancy of the UK’s 5.6 million small businesses.
In the 100 days running up to Small Business Saturday, the campaign will spotlight each of the Small Biz 100, as part of its mission to celebrate small business success and encourage the nation to ‘shop local’ and support British small businesses.
This year’s Small Biz 100 features a range of unique independent businesses each contributing to their communities and offering something different, including Kintsugi, founded in 2018 by Emma McClelland. Kintsugi designs on-trend womenswear, using suggestions from across the disabled community to ensure each piece is accessible and multi-functional.
Kintsugi joins hundreds of previous Small Biz 100 businesses, which have been announced by the iconic campaign since its UK launch in 2013.
Kintsugi will be placed in the spotlight on 4th December, where it will be celebrating by offering 25% off across its collection, plus free UK shipping.
Founder of Kintsugi, Emma McClelland said:
“I was delighted to be chosen as one of the Small Biz 100, along with 99 other, incredible companies. It’s a big boost not only to Kintsugi, but also to the universal design movement, which we hope to see other businesses embracing. Making sure products and services are deisgned to be accessible to all is hugely important.”