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Kip Tik

Creation date: 2015

Country: Mexico


Sector of activity: Wholesale and retail trade

Social issue: Financial inclusion

“This is achieved through a communal effort of artisans and designers that aims to boost the development of indigenous communities in Mexico finding markets interested in acquiring high-quality, artisan products and taking part in social co-investment by developing long-term trade relations”, the entrepreneur Guillermo Macías explains.

The company’s activity is in the states of Chiapas, Puebla y Tlaxcala. “Because of its social nature this is a complex project in its own right in that it needs to cover many aspects related to the rural dynamic to underpin the commercial area and the placement of artisan products”. The project is based on a social association that works on training in a broad range of areas such as Human Development, Financial Education, Occupational Health, Creative Skills Development, Land Use etc, aspects that directly impact the production carried out within the community and artisan groups.