“I got tired of designing for everyone else and it became time to do it for myself.”
“After some soul searching I realized my personality did not fit that of an employee, so I took the plunge and became an entrepreneur.”
“Growth is a necessary part of life as an individual, as well as a business.”
“As a entrepreneur, I am helping to set the tone of how a new generation of women in the work field are perceived.”
“We elevate the standard of living so that our client’s homes are a reflection of who they are and how they live.”
“I wanted to help small business owners present a strong image for their business to be able to compete in the larger market.”
Lindsay Espinoza, the owner and lead designer [of Lulu Designs], found her passion and decided to learn every aspect of interior design.
I am passionate about my drawing and I am at peace when I am absolutely engrossed in my projects.
Having been able to last for over 25 years in this business, which is primarily a male-dominated business, and accumulate a portfolio of work which is rather good in my opinion.
I started One Third Tribal so that I could connect with people. I believe that my purpose is tied to my ability to help people be happy, and to find beauty in the things around them.
It all starts with the family business, 15 years of experience in the textile and fashion sector, thanks to the knowledge gained from my parents.
Wanted to put my money where my mouth was and build a better work environment with interesting projects, employees and customers.
After working 25+ years as a costume designer and a sincere Buddhist practice, I wanted to do something more meaningful to help people.
Jane&Philbert was started as little creative outlet designing custom logos after I closed down my first freelancing business.
We wanted to make a difference with the work we created, furthering the mission of inspiring companies.