HAPPY NEW YEAR! THANKS FOR HELPING US TO FULFILL OUR GOALS AND RESOLUTIONS BY SUPPORTING OUR NOT-FOR-PROFIT SOCIAL ENTERPRISE <3

Brand launch and art show

Wowsers, what a night was had on Friday 21 September!

Thank you to everyone who attended the launch of the new YES social enterprise brand: Troublesmiths.

Capulus was absolutely pumping, with around 100 people in attendance. The coffee flowed as supporters listened intently to speeches from Impact Communities Manager Mark, and Operations Manager Bonnie, as well as some powerful words from 'Smiths Jim and Ariel.

The artworks and new products looked absolutely incredible, adding a level of professionalism not experienced by our team before now.

Response to the products well exceeded our expectations, with stock flying off the shelves and artworks being put on back order for reprints!

If you would like to keep up to date with goings on, please continue to check back here, and follow us on socials:

www.facebook.com/troublesmiths

www.instagram.com/troublesmiths

Here are a few images from the evening. Thanks again to everyone who came along!

capulus espresso troublesmiths launch

Above: The crowds start to roll in to Capulus Espresso on Watchorn Street.

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise 

Above: 'Smith Callan and his proud Dad

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise handmade Tasmania

Above: Our new products and packaging looks the goods! Thanks to OneTonne for working with us on concept and design, and thanks to Label Home Tasmania and Typeface for the printing.

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise handmade Tasmania

Above: 'Smith Karita, Youth Coach Anthony, and 'Smith graduate and volunteer Callum

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise handmade Tasmania

Above: 'Smith Ariel and her proud family

Above: Stock was flying off the shelves! Thanks to all of you for your support.

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise handmade Tasmania

Above: 'Smith Wernich and his family

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise handmade Tasmania

Above: 'Smith Emily and Enterprise Officer Stacey (caught sneaking one of Hamlet's delicious treats!)

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise handmade Tasmania

Above: 'Smith Kade with his popular artwork

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise handmade Tasmania

Above: The Impact Communities Team (From left) Bonnie Tuttle, Ben Kurec, Samantha Lawrence, Anthony Pisano, Stacey Foster, Mark Boonstra, Bridget Tape and Nick Andrewartha. (Absent: Brodie Wilson and Sybylla Anderson)

Troublesmiths launch youth social enterprise handmade Tasmania

Above: 'Smith Jimmy as part of the welcome party

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