Anoela Cards helps #BreakTheBias communicating via its creative collection
Sending greeting cards that align with the International Women’s Day theme can be a great way to help advocate and raise awareness about for gender equality among family, friends and colleagues.
Connecting people and impacting lives
As a female and black-owned greeting cards company based in Lagos in Nigeria, Anoela Cards believes in the gift of giving, card-giving, and how it connects people and impacts lives.
It also believes in advocating for gender equality and, to mark International Women’s Day, the company celebrated women's achievements and increasing visibility, launching a Women’s Day Mini collection to help #BreakTheBias.
“Yes we CAN Break the Bias. As a team of predominantly women, we are excited to celebrate ALL WOMEN around the world,” said the company.
Fostering communication and making people happy
Launched in November 2017 out of a young girl’s passion for giving, a love for greeting cards, and a lack of suitable options in Nigeria, Anoela Cards has since evolved from seasonal collections to providing custom cards and now provides a full-blown collection of cards for all occasions.
Fostering communication, making people really happy and helping them celebrate special moments is what Anola Cards does, and it gets to create some really cool ideas too!
Anoela Cards says: “We believe in new homes, new babies, and everything that celebrates black culture and our mission is to spread the love, one card at a time!”