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August 25, 2017 | Last Modified: 2017

Travel Experience

Thai Tribal crafts have a huge selection of reasonably-priced traditional crafts sourced from the various indigenous people groups of Thailand. Their staff are friendly and helpful. It was impressed to learn that all their products are designed and produced locally, many right upstairs in their own design and assembly rooms. Speaking with the management made it clear that this company's mission is more than just economic. This is an organization that creates sustainable opportunity for its employees and suppliers. If you're in town, I highly recommend you go check out their showroom and meet the staff.

Responsibility

Thai Tribal crafts trades as a Fair Trading Organization through providing development opportunities for the tribal peoples of Northern Thailand so that they can have a better life. Seven Hill tribes of Northern Thailand are involved in the project: the Akha, Hmong, Karen, Lahu, Lawa, Lisu and Mien groups, as well as many women working in Chiang Mai.

Business Case

Thai Tribal Crafts operate under the principle of fair trade: the main goal is to pay the producers the highest price as possible and sell the products at a price that is just adequate to meet expenses. Any financial gain realized beyond the basic needs goes back to the tribal people in the form of benefits. Our trade is based on equality and fairness.

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Thai Tribal crafts have a huge selection of reasonably-priced traditional crafts sourced from the various indigenous people groups of Thailand. Their staff are friendly and helpful. It was impressed to learn that all their products are designed and produced locally, many right upstairs in their own design and assembly rooms. Speaking with the management made it clear that this company's mission is more than just economic. This is an organization that creates sustainable opportunity for its employees and suppliers. If you're in town, I highly recommend you go check out their showroom and meet the staff.

Thai Tribal crafts trades as a Fair Trading Organization through providing development opportunities for the tribal peoples of Northern Thailand so that they can have a better life. Seven Hill tribes of Northern Thailand are involved in the project: the Akha, Hmong, Karen, Lahu, Lawa, Lisu and Mien groups, as well as many women working in Chiang Mai.

Thai Tribal Crafts operate under the principle of fair trade: the main goal is to pay the producers the highest price as possible and sell the products at a price that is just adequate to meet expenses. Any financial gain realized beyond the basic needs goes back to the tribal people in the form of benefits. Our trade is based on equality and fairness.

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