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Savvy Green Product and Brand Development

Savvy Green product line

After years of corporate buying, merchandising, sourcing and product development experience for a large privately held, department store, it was time to start my own brand. A good friend had created her own laundry detergent powder at home and came up with the name Savvy Green. After years of building brands for corporations with global sourcing, my entrepreneurial spirit kicked in. We set up an LLC and started the Savvy Green brand development.  The process was daunting, to go from an initial product and brand name to scale with the ingredients and packaging. Our mission was to offer inspiration, awareness and products for a healthy home and lifestyle. We had to source and develop ingredients and packaging that hadn’t been used before within our category.

Savvy Green detergent powders are award-winning and sold in the U.S. and Internationally. If you are an entrepreneur and ready to take a chance on your own brand, we can help you. We at Natural Brand Works are ready to share our knowledge, and we love to connect with like-minded entrepreneurs.

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LemonAid

Launching LemonAid on Amazon Marketplace.

The brand contacted us to craft a strategy for starting its Amazon business and expanding eCommerce revenues.

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Joyful Bath Co.

Developing a sales and product presentation for CVS Pharmacy.

With experience in retail sales, we quantified units/sales per store and key information required for the presentation.

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LTA International Global Services

Develop a system to handle international quotes.

The quotes would increase productivity and efficiency for U.S. CPG brands exporting products to their International customers.

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