1. Meso Goods
Meso Goods is a Guatemalan-based company committed to improving the future of local artisans and their families, preserving Mayan cultural heritage, and promoting environmental and social awareness through sustainable trade opportunities. By establishing long-term relationships with their artisans and connecting them to international markets, Meso Goods empowers them to achieve economic mobility.
The artisans produce exclusive handmade home décor and personal accessories like wool rugs and throw blankets, paint-splattered dishware, and planters.
We love that Meso Goods is a catalyst for developing sustainable income for their partners and accelerating rural development—and the inspiration and creativity that comes out of this business model is sure not to disappoint.