Case Study Series
CATKIN'S LITTLE BOOK CORNER
Cat started Catkin's Little Book Corner at the beginning of 2021, selling children's book for the publisher Usborne. During the third lockdown, Cat found her passion in helping children find the perfect books, by putting in an endless amount of time and effort in getting to know her customers.
Find out more about her journey in our exclusive case study.
LA PETITE MAISON
La Petite Maison is a micro-patisserie, based in Anna's registered home kitchen in Chesterton, Cambridge. She is a professional pastry chef specialising in cakes, artisan chocolates and patisserie items. Find out more about her delicious treats in our exclusive case study.
THE BAKING JIN
The Baking Jin was created in 2017 from a desire to bring the flavours and textures of beautifully light South East Asian cakes. Find out how Jin coped with the obstacles of lock-down in our exclusive case study.
FATOSHOP UK CARTOON DESIGN
Fatos Bozoguz set up FatoShop in Cambridge's iconic Market Square in 2004. Since lock-down however, she has had to promote and sell the merchandise through the website. Find out more about Fatos' story in our case study.
THE FLOWER PROJECT
Establishing themselves earlier this year, The Flower Project, based in Cambridge, deliver their locally sources British flowers by bicycle. With several assorted bouquets of flowers and indoor plants on offer, find out more by downloading their case study.
THREE BY ONE
Established in 2015, Three By One is a lifestyle brand, based in Antwerp, Belgium and Cambridge, UK, owned by Laura Dixon. Find out what makes her products different from all the competitors in our exclusive case study...
SMALL AND GREEN
Janet Fox began her business a year ago after working a professional gardener for many years. She saw a gap in the market for offering good quality houseplants, pots for them to go in and terrariums. Find out what challenges Janet has faced during the lock-down period and her return to Market Square...
A much-loved market stall in the centre of Cambridge, selling coffee beans & loose-lead teas, fresh olives, dried fruits and nuts & nibbles - often referred to as 'the stall of temptation' by regulars. Julia & Tracey have been around since '93, veterans of Cambridge's Market Square - Find out what they have been doing to keep their customers happy during the virus outbreak...
A small outfit run by Saide & Judy Sotudeh, who established themselves in 2015, based at one of the stalls at Cambridge's Market Square. Their products are produced at the Il Molino farm in Lazio, Italy. Find out how they have dealt with the obstacles in trying to keep going during the virus outbreak...