Say HI to Lovetree Design!
We’re really excited to reveal that we’re working with personalised gift company Lovetree Design to our small business content consultancy SocialLite.
Lovetree Design is a brilliant young company specialising in modern giftware design led by a husband and wife team who have a passion for quirky design and cool typography.
In 2013 Mike and Teresa had a baby boy and felt that there was a gap in the market for personalised baby grows that had an element of cool. So they started designing clothing and prints for their son George and friends and family. Not long after George was born, Mike who had worked in the printing industry for 10 years, was diagnosed with chronic arthritis which meant reconsidering our lifestyle to suit their new family and health and they launched Lovetree Design.
The fledgling business, which started on Not On The High Street in 2015, has become one of the site’s most successful small sellers for its baby clothes, kids clothes, adult clothes, aprons and accessories which are all lovingly handmade. Each one is designed to be photographed and make memories that will last forever. You will LOVE them.
Since starting with nothing in 2015 the business now turns over in excess of £250k and has 5 staff, and is still growing at around 100% year on year.
Our team will be working with Lovetree to support this growth and help reach new audiences through a campaign focused on product placement and influencer marketing.
There’s also the launch of a new range of homeware on the way!
Mike Treverton Jones, owner of Lovetree Design, said; “We have had a really successful start to the business and have naturally grown through our affiliation with Not On The High Street, and we’ll continue to grow that relationship, but we would now like to also focus on driving growth in a more targeted way. We decided to work with Down at the Social because we felt that they have a genuine understanding of what is important for a small business such as ours, they have a brilliant relationships with key influencers and their campaigns get results. We are excited to see what they can achieve for us.”
For more information about Lovetree Design visit https://lovetreedesign.co.uk.