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For some companies, helping people in need carries as much weight in their business plan as generating revenue. Read the stories behind three small businesses who make social responsibility a major part of their purpose and identity. Learn how Rumi Spice creates job opportunities for Afghan women, Back of the Yards Coffee gives hope and guidance to people in the South Side of Chicago, and ArtLifting opens doors for homeless and disabled artists in Boston.
Tissage Moutet started nearly a century ago as a family weaving business in a small town in the south of France. It was one of many weavers in the area known for producing Basque linen, a striped patterned cloth. But in the 1990s, globalization created massive competition and most of the businesses failed. Not Tissage Moutet. This mother-son company survived by embracing the opportunity and modernizing its product line. Now a living heritage, the company ships its colorful linens and home fabrics to customers in France and abroad.
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