Monday April 6, 2020

Organic hampers prove the direct route to success

Amanda Webb left the film industry, where she worked as an assistant director, to found Feelgood Organic Hampers in 2004.

20th October, 2007

Amanda Webb left the film industry, where she worked as an assistant director, to found Feelgood Organic Hampers in 2004.

Although she loved film, she had an unfulfilled desire to start her own company. ‘‘I wanted to work for myself, I just had that longing to go out and do what I wanted to do,’’ Webb said.

After considering a number of business concepts, she noticed a gap in the market for...

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