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Boss Lady Feature: Kristen Page from Ripenstitch

I (Annie) first saw Kristen’s dresses at Concord Handmade’s Pop Up shop this past spring and immediately fell in love with them. So much so that I now have a seasonal collaboration of dresses by her available in my shop! Shameless plug over – but seriously, her eye for colors and quality of her garments is sensational! She attended our Summer Meetup and it was so great to see her there! Thanks so much for attending, Kristen! How long have you owned your business and how  ...

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Boss Lady Feature: Margot Phelps from Ancient Fire Mead & Cider

Margot and Annie used to work together many years ago. When Margot saw our event on Facebook she immediately thought “If Annie has anything to do with this, it probably won’t suck.” High praise!! But seriously – we don’t want to put on events that suck. We’re extremely proud of the group that we’re building and so excited that you want to be a part of it. Margot and her husband started making cider and mead in their house several years ago and have  ...

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Boss Lady Feature: Olivia Hamel from Livs Life

Olivia and her business partner Joan own Livs Life LLC – an organic, gluten free, soy free and vegan baked goods company based out of Henniker, New Hampshire. She reached out to us to be featured and we love what she and Joan are doing! Be sure to check them out on Facebook! How long have you owned your business and how did it get started? Liv’s Life LLC was established in May of this year (2017). We started selling our products to Willows Plant Based Eatery in June. (Willows is  ...

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Panel Sneak Peek: Abby Kilrain

We’re getting closer to our Meetup and Panel in just a few weeks! Have you gotten your ticket yet? We’re introducing another one of our fabulous panelists today – Abby Kilrain from Work Song Farm! Abby and her husband Dan run a certified organic CSA farm in Hopkinton, and have been growing every year since they started. After going to college in Burlington, Vermont where she worked in a bakery and tended her own plot in a local community garden, Abby traveled home. She  ...

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