Essential Suffolk magazine
February 22nd 2017
Arya Candles and fellow ethical business Where Does It Come From? were featured in the East Anglian Daily Times, celebrating our SBS win (Small Business Sunday by Theo Paphitis.)
In October 2016 we were beyond delighted to be selected to win 'Small Business Sunday' by former dragon, Theo Paphitis. In February 2017 we attended the 'SBS Conference' at which we met other winners, as well as Theo himself.
We were interviewed for the Suffolk Institute of Director's magazine, Suffolk Director, Summer 2016 edition.
In February 2016 we were delighted to have an article written about us for the East Anglian Daily Times. The piece was about working with a family member, and how Arya Candles started:
'It was more of a dream in the beginning, but like all the best dreams it wasn’t so terribly hard, with a bit of faith and determination, to make it come true.
As we all do, Jenny Hogg would wonder: Is there a way around working long hours in a job where you are not really appreciated?
Is there a way to have a boss who completely “gets” you?
And could there ever be a job which allows you to make money but also achieve something for the greater good at the same time?
To some, that list of demands would sound a bit like a joke.
But not to Jenny. Because not only did she find the answer, she realised it was right in front of her all the time.'
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