Using her swede to launch local business

By Kevin Unitt Thursday 13 December 2012 Updated: 14/12 10:26

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Clothes from growing UK network Swedish label me&i. (s)

A MUM from Warwick with a passion for fashion has found her niche – selling funky kids’ clothes by Swedish label me&i to other mothers across the region from the comfort of their living rooms.

Hayley Hindle, mum to Sam, six, Rowan, four, and Leon, six months, is one of me&i’s growing network of UK representatives who are quickly establishing the company as a smart way to shop.

She explained: “As a busy mum I had very specific needs from my new job. I wanted something which enabled me to work around my three children, which would be fun and crucially, provide me with a sense of job satisfaction.

“That's why I joined me&i. Not only are the clothes colourful, bright, unique and comfortable, they are also ethically produced.

“Because the business is based on a home selling model there’s none of the stress which so often comes when attempting to shop with small children – I get the chance to mingle with other like-minded mums, who love the me&i range as much as I do, over a glass of wine - long after the kids are in bed!”

Visit www.meandi.eu or email sellmeandi@meandi.eu for more information.

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