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Happiness is to be shared
Long before our doors were opened, we were blessed with a highly valuable group of followers. A solid (private) community on Facebook, tens of testers, hundreds of people who spontaneously subscribed to our newsletter. Below, we want to wow some of our friends.
Bold, impressive and fiery. That was what we wanted our interior to be. Tessa and Nathalie, the ladies from Nu Interior, knew how to exceed our expectations once again.
Pure Fix Cycles
Love at first sight. The Pure fixies are bold and quick and they look amazing! The brand represents ‘cycling at its purest’. For us, it is the ideal vehicle to deliver orders.
A wooden crate, specially made for fixed gear bikes. That was what we were looking for. The picture we found of the Gotham Cargo crate immediately made it to our Pinterest moodboard. Gotham Cargo became our partner, and Martin custom-made a crate for us
Lianne Bertens from ‘BOON’ is the proud owner of a small and unique coffee roaster in the center of The Hague. She and The Pure Family are working together for years now. Together, they developed the ‘Papa Kazmi’ blend. For us, she roasts Rwanda beans. We use them to make our delicious, 100% organic cold drip ‘Dutch coffee’.
Oupro Media & Crowd About Now
We used crowdfunding to make the first location of HAKA come true. Within two days, we raised 50.000 euro. Many thanks go to the smooth platform of Crowd About Now and the amazing video we made together with Johan from Oupro Media.
Fruithuisje is a fellow company that helps consumers eat healthy. The brothers Hillali are hard-working and flexible; exactly the things you look for in craftmen.
We found Eco Revolte through our community. It’s a co-operative that challenges food waste. Every week, they deliver us ‘saved’ vegetables and fruits. Those are products that are rejected for consumption, because they look different (think of a bent cucumber), while at the same time there is nothing wrong with the quality. Eco Revolte also has an organic garden, where crops are grown by volunteers.