Botanical PaperWorks Featured in The Globe and Mail

A few weeks ago, Botanical PaperWorks CEO, Heidi Reimer-Epp spoke with reporter Joel Schlesinger in an interview with The Globe and Mail. They discussed how Botanical PaperWorks stayed strong and kept bringing in business opportunities, even in the middle of 2020 when the world as we knew it changed.

Heidi shared how Botanical PaperWorks participated in the new exporter accelerator program run by World Trade Centre Winnipeg and created an export plan to tap into international markets can help businesses thrive in unpredictable times. She also shared insights about her journey launching Botanical PaperWorks, scaling the seed paper business to where the company is now, and developing a new line of custom-branded handmade soap for business promotions.

Read the full article How this Winnipeg business (literally) planted a path to profitability on The Globe and Mail!


Sharing the story behind Botanical PaperWorks and the ways the company has grown is something we love to do. It was wonderful having the opportunity to share Botanical PaperWorks story with The Globe and Mail readers.


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