In a world dominated by large corporations and online retail giants, it’s refreshing to see small local businesses thriving and making a positive impact in their communities.
One such business is BIGBADBOX, a Gift Hamper business based in Cranebrook, servicing the Penrith LGA and sourcing all products from local, small and Australian businesses.
BIGBADBOX was founded by a Cranebrook local, Amy, who shared a passion for supporting local businesses and promoting shopping small.
Amy recognised there was a gap in the market, Penrith especially, where she couldn’t source a unique gift box, so decided to start creating them herself.
What sets BIGBADBOX apart from other gift hamper companies is Amy’s commitment to sourcing products exclusively from other local, small and Australian businesses, working with over 50 small businesses across the Penrith LGA and Australia.
Beyond the impressive business model, BIGBADBOX has also gained a reputation for exceptional customer service. Amy prides herself on going above and beyond to ensure that every customer is happy with their purchase.
BIGBADBOX offers personalised gift messages and can even create custom hampers for corporate clients or special occasions, making BIGBADBOX truly stand out from the crowd.
Overall, BIGBADBOX is a shining example of the positive impact that small local businesses can have on their communities.
By supporting Australian businesses and promoting shopping small, Amy is helping to create a more resilient and vibrant local economy.
So, next time you’re looking for a gift for a loved one or for a special occasion, consider supporting BIGBADBOX and the many small businesses they work with.
Just a few of the local businesses BIGBADBOX support include but not limited to: Cloverfields, Pennytails Handmade, Squinters Brewery, Lylahbelle Sweets, Vinyl Heaven, Curves and Candles, Her Bake Haus, Rusty Penny, Vintage Wildflowers, Sweet Honey by Lucy Grech, Glam Body, Abcoe, CJ Creations, Next Level Vinyl, Sweeties to name just a few!
Check out BIGBADBOX online at www.bigbadbox.com.au.
You can also visit them Facebook and Instagram, or give Amy a call on 0401 322 274.