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Eloise the entrepeneur

11 December 2015 in Customers in the community, Stories, Uncategorised

Entrepeneur and Interchange customer Eloise Bolam is doing a roaring trade with her small business, making and selling hand-made greeting cards.

Eloise is a keen and talented photographer and dedicates a lot of her time to photographing landscapes, plants, animals and people for her cards. She creates a variety of styles in all shapes and sizes, and has an extensive collection of themes and images to draw from.

Eloise uses computer software to edit her images until she is satisfied with them and also does all of the other leg work herself – editing, printing, designing and distributing all of her cards. Eloise thinks it is important for her cards to have a personal touch, so she has also recently begun writing descriptive texts to explain and compliment the images she uses.

The cards are already distributed via Waldecks stores and Eloise regularly visits the Waldecks shops in Karrinyup and Kingsway to re-stock. The next objective is to source more outlets to sell her cards such as shops, garden centres and craft fairs.

Eloise recently distributed a box of Christmas cards to four of the Interchange offices for staff and customers to purchase, and they are selling out fast.

She previously used some of the money she made from her business to help fund her participation in the 2014 Special Olympics, so we look forward to seeing what she does next!

If you would like to see the range or purchase cards, please contact Eloise at eloise.bolam@gmail.com.

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4 December 2015

Interchange Osborne Park customer Samara Degaris graduated with a Certificate of Achievement last week, after completing an Introduction to Gaining Access to Training and Employment (GATE) unit at the West Coast Institute TAFE (WCIT). Samara completed the unit over the course of the year, attending classes on Tuesday and Wednesday with support from staff members Andrea and Janine…. Read more »

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21 Dec 2015

Customers from across Interchange’s seven Service Centres celebrated the end of the year with a range of parties, from a dance off in Mandurah to a impromptu sing along at Myaree. Each Service Centre hosted their own customer party, to catch up and celebrate customers’ achievements during 2015.  Judging by the smiles on everyone’s faces,… Read more »

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