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GlobeIn will be raising their prices on subscriptions by $5.00 on March 1st, but you still have time to lock in the current rate. Boxes are $35.00 month to month and filled with handmade items from all over the world.
Why is the price increasing?
USPS has raised prices significantly this year, prompting the need for this increase. Due to the shipping increases and other factors, prices for items have also increase. GlobeIn is committed to paying a fair price for items, so part of this increase must be passed on to subscribers.
Wait, there are new features coming out!
GlobeIn has already started to add great features to their boxes and more are rolling out soon. Here is a complete list!
- Choose your Artisan Box theme (already implemented)
- Skip a month at any time (already implemented)
- Set your Artisan Box preferences in your Subscription Settings (already implemented)
- Choose your basket color (coming soon!)
- Opt-in to receive a different item instead of a basket (coming soon!)
- Customize the color and design of your Artisan Box products (coming soon!)
Lock in your rate!
Now is the time to lock in your subscription rate of $35.00, before the price increase. If you subscribe for multiple months, you will save even more. Save 25% on your first box of a three month subscription, just use the coupon SUBMOM.
Want to peek in a March box?
The theme for March is “Memory”.
Each Memory Artisan Box will come with… a Weekly Planner by Marie Mae Co. (Retail Value $18).
A stationery company, Marie Mae outsources design work as a way of supporting African artisan-entrepreneurs. Your planner was designed by Ewurama in Ghana. As a child, Ewurama made pictures from the terrazzo patterns in the floors of her home. Today, she is starting her own textile design company.
Meanwhile, in Rwanda, the Marie Mae Business school offers its students one hour of training per each product sold. One student, Xavera, dreams of becoming an independent businesswoman able to fund a complete education for her three children and see them, in turn, thrive professionally.
In the school, Xavera has developed the elusive and yet vital visionary qualities of the entrepreneur, such as the ability to identify hidden markets right under her nose. She and her coworkers soon plan to pitch local school leaders with the idea of their producing all local school uniforms for the next year. Pretty clever!
Made in the US. Designed in Ghana. Each planner provides an hour of Business School training for students in Rwanda.
Coupon: Save 25% on your first box of a three month subscription, just use the coupon SUBMOM.
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