Support & Resources

Why supporting local communities is so important

Typically, local businesses tend to support other local businesses, creating a thriving local economy.

Locally owned businesses build strong communities by sustaining vibrant town centers, linking neighbors in a web of economic and social relationships, and contributing to local causes.

You also have the opportunity to find items that can’t be found anywhere else and get to actually meet the owners of these small businesses and learn more about them, their story, and their vision for their company on a personal level.

Due to being hit by the 2020 pandemic, where many local businesses took a major hit, it’s even more important to contribute to your local community.

Many people don’t realise it, but small businesses play major roles in the community as a whole. They provide jobs for the people in their community and these small businesses do a lot of giving back.

“70% of small businesses are owned and operated by a single person.”

“If people support independently owned small businesses in their community, they can make a difference.”

“Small business owners have great passion and conviction for their product or service, but sometimes they need some additional support.”

“Small businesses are the heartbeat of your neighbourhood, the spine of your local economy, and the spirit of your town.”

“We have to keep small businesses healthy in order to keep our economy strong.”

“Small businesses are a big part of our communities. They provide jobs, support for families and inspire innovation in their fields. That’s why we should support them by sourcing locally as often as possible.”

Technical Support – Contact us for technical queries and information relating to our products.

PDF Downloads – Electronic copies of all our product datasheets and other technical information.

Resources – A range of down-loadable material to support our customers with their energy efficiency.

Educational Resources – Educational material to support our work within Schools and the local community.