Hispanic Group in Melbu On Easter Visit To RADE, Showcased handcrafted Collections
Updated: Apr 25, 2022
Research And Development
Enterprise, RADE during the 2022 Easter break received a Melbu based Hispanic group.
Led by Sandra, the team embraced the work done by RADE on new materials they found useful for producing various handcrafted Hispanic collections
Quite a number of Hispanic families in Norway are passively engaged in handmade crafts making and could coordinate mass production across borders to maximize turnovers, according to a member of the group
RADE had salmon leather presented whilst the group showed handcrafted luxury bags which they said can also be made from the salmon leather
We think in the nearest future, RADE will be able to create a serviced Coworking space for the group in Melbu and also feature new and existing brands on it’s digital stores
We see a connection between tangible economic contributions and emergence of sustainable materials particularly from salmon skin which has industrial availability in Vesterålen and other parts of Norway
RADE moved to Melbu recently and has plans to engage in Product development, Coworking space Setups with digital stores to create global market access.
Other diaspora groups have indicated interest in visiting us and we are indeed very open to such interaction going forward.
Franklin Borge RADE
Research And Development Enterprise, RADE,
19th April, 2022