Momunts is one of Vancouver’s hidden gems for finding quality handmade goods. From tea cups to rice bowls, Momunts is focused on highlighting uniqueness and originality in every piece created and translates their vision into beautiful, useful ceramic art.

MOMUNTS

 

Online based business. Contact via Instagram.

Q: What type of business is Momunts?

A: Momunts is a handmade ceramic goods brand.

Q: What’s your business slogan or tagline?

A: “Every moment of you”
The brand originally started off from making quality handmade goods to elevate some moments of our everyday life.
When I started the brand, I never planned to limit the products to ceramic goods. I’ve been focusing on making ceramic goods only because it’s the tool that I find fascinating at this time. The future goal of this brand is to expand my designs into different materials, producing more lines of goods.

 

Q: What sets you apart from other businesses in your niche?

A: The aesthetics and the originality. Since all pieces are different, each of them are very unique and original.

 

Q: What are you best known for?

A: I want Momunts to be known for the originality and quality.

 

Q: What are your most popular products?

A: The teacups are the most popular ones and the rice bowls are also very popular for its multi-functionality.

 

Q: How do you Participate in Your Community?

A: I am currently a pottery studio member at a local recreational centre, where a bunch of ceramicists gather around, share and support. Also, I am planning on participating in more of those local craft markets!

 

Q:How do you spread the word about your business?

A: Daily Instagram updates.

 

Q:What do you value most in other businesses?

A: The brand philosophy and the quality of products.

 

Q:What inspires and motivates you on a daily basis?

A: People around me, and my pottery pieces itself.

 

Q:Any tips to pass on to new business owners?

A: I am fairly new too, so I would like to get some of these!

 

Q:Do you have any goals for the remainder of 2019?

A: Participating more in local craft markets!

 

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