Crochet Grandpa earns $3.5K per month with inclusive doll sales. small business and big business

Crochet Grandpa earns $3.5K per month with inclusive doll sales.  small business and big business

Age is not the limit to rediscover yourself and stay active. Joao Stanganelli, a well-known crochet grandfather in the interior of So Paulo, Bragança Paulista, created a new business in 2016 after becoming interested in manual activity while recovering and recovering from a heart attack.

With an insistence on learning, he made a doll for his granddaughter. But she made a special request: She wanted him to put the vitiligo stain—a disease Stantonelli has—on the toy so that he would remember his grandfather for who he really was.

When the doll was ready, Grandpa Crochet’s daughter posted a picture on social media and it was a success. Then came the idea of ​​making dolls inclusive of all types of disabilities, of all colours, castes and genders. Oh yes. Then, I started applying white spots.”

When the doll was ready, Grandpa Crochet’s daughter posted a picture on social media and it was a success. Then came the idea of ​​making dolls inclusive of all types of disabilities, of all colours, castes and genders.

The entrepreneur formalized as an individual micro-entrepreneur and produced over 200 dolls. Disclosure is done through Instagram and Facebook and 70% of sales are done outside of Brazil, such as the United States. Billing averages R$3,500 per month.

Joao Stanganelli Jr.
Rua Zenovia Siobán, 273 – Planezada 1
Braganca Paulista-SP – CEP: 12922-120
Phone: (11) 97581-2697
Email: [email protected]
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joaostanganelli/
https://www.instagram.com/espaco_croches_da_lena/

AMPRO – Promotional Marketing Association / Live Marketing
Avi Paulista, 171 – Paradise
So Paulo/SP – CEP: 01311-904
Telephone (11) 38159998 or WhatsApp (11) 950723029
site: www.ampro.com.br
Email: [email protected]
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About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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