Who are you and what is your business? My name is Katherine Earsman and I own Henry & Flo (named after my babies).
Where did you begin? I began whilst on maternity leave in 2020 selling swaddles and sleeping bags for babies, which then turned into busy boards and cubes once we got Henry’s diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. I saw a gap in the market and went for it.
What do you produce? Busy boards, cubes and nursery decor.
What do you sell that makes a great gift? Our Busy Board + [boards] are a massive hit this Christmas season.
What would you make if you could do anything? All of the sensory boards and toys you can think of – though I am only one woman.
How would you promote the Riverina? A small country town with stunning rivers, ripe farmlands and a friendly community.
Coolest local thing you’ve ever bought? A local aboriginal artist print.
Where’s your favourite place for a cuppa? The Press.
Who is another local producer you admire? Lemon Tree Gifts.
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