Working with brands and organisations always a challenging and exciting experience. It adds a new dimension to our design expertise and creative ethos. Nurture India has successfully delivered quality products, customised to suit the needs of its clients with limited edition, customised and quality products.

Nurture India became vendors to one of India’s oldest, pre-indepence brand with its roots tracing from India’s freedom struggle, The Bombay Store (Bombay Swadeshi Stores Limited). Nurture India will get to market a mix of products across different categories across 10 stores of The Bombay Store, while retaining its brand name.

Incorporated with an idea to promote Indian made products during the Swadeshi movement, The Bombay Store’s first store was founded by Lokmanya Tilak and JRD Tata, and inaugurated by Dadabhai Naoroji on 17th December 1906. Their mission is to give their customers an experience to “Discover a New India” through their innovative range of products reflective of a blend of contemporary & traditional Indian Culture. Today they have 10 stores across Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru.

Nurture India partnered with Anantaya stores in Jaipur, Narain Niwas Palace and The Leela Palace, Bangalore to stock select merchandise from Nurture India that celebrates all things India is known around the world for. Craft, culture, creativity.
ANANTAYA is the globally recognized interdisciplinary lifestyle design studio of Ayush (designer) and Geetanjali (architect) Kasliwal based in Jaipur, India. ANANTAYA’s parent company AKDPL (Ayush Kasliwal Design Private Ltd.) is an innovative design company undertaking projects, product design, and collaborations around the world. ANANTAYA is committed to the development of innovative ideas through understanding the importance of preserving traditional crafts.

Nurture India collaborated with the Adani Group for corporate gifting. As the Indian gifting market is set to treble year-on-year with gifting options too matching the pace, it’s amazing to see Indian homegrown corporates like the Adani group, shifting to indigenous hand-made products and promoting Indian artisans and crafts.
Adani Group is one of the largest Indian multinational conglomerates and is headquartered in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. It was founded by Gautam Adani in 1988 as a commodity trading business with the flagship company, Adani Enterprises Limited. The Group’s diverse businesses include energy, resources, logistics, agribusiness, real estate, financial services, and defence and aerospace and has an annual revenue of over USD 11 billion with operations at 70 locations in 50 countries.

Nurture India has associated with one of India’s top 10 business schools, S.P.Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), Mumbai. Our Indian-elephant inspired hand-painted mugs are being given out as gifts to academicians from across the globe, renowned corporates and recruiters and to SPJIMR’s alumni network. Members of prestigious organisations, institutions and universities visit SPJIMR round the year for workshops, conclaves and recruitments, and it’s an honour to be part of them through our products!

SPJIMR is a leading school of management in the heart of India’s financial centre of Mumbai. It was inaugurated in 1981 by the then British Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Margaret Thatcher, and has grown over the years to be recognised as one of the top 10 business schools of India. More than 1,000 participants from diverse backgrounds are enrolled at any given time across a range of management programmes offered by SPJIMR.

Nurture India products are multi-utility and we have always wanted them to have a creative spark that is transferred to the customer too. We collaborated with BigSmall to deliver a bulk order of owl-coasters that makes a great gift for almost anyone and everyone.

BigSmall is on a mission to make uncommon and awesome gifts accessible to everyone and make it as personal, exquisite, selective for us all.

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