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Hemp Gallery can now be found on Greenfinder – Australia’s most comprehensive Green Business Directory.
Hemp Gallery is LIVE and can be viewed here:
Tell your friends where to find our website as well: www.hempgallery.com.au.
Beatrice has done it again!!
She was nominated for Your Future Home Top 50 Sustainable Building Leaders and now that voting is open we all have to get behind her and vote!!
QUICK! ONLY 1 DAY LEFT!! (Ends 31st May)
Beatrice has done so much for the awareness of the Hemp Community and it would be amazing to see her valued for all the work she puts behind it!
Hemp, hemp hooray! Really happy to announce that all our hemp fabrics, can now be treated with eco solutions to meet all Australian Standards for commercial interiors. Till a few weeks ago, all these treatments contained toxic chemicals which I did not feel comfortable coating our chemical free, hemp fabrics with, unless a client specifically required it. The best thing is, the treatment has EKO certification and all done in Australia )
Beatrice Kuyumgian-Rankin Earns Membership With Stanford Who’s Who
Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of Beatrice Kuyumgian-Rankin to the distinguished ranks of premier professionals as a result of her remarkable work in the textiles industry. As Director of Hemp Gallery Australia, as well as throughout her brilliant professional career, Beatrice has routinely exhibited the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be successful in the business world.
Hemp Gallery is an Australian company which utilizes Hemp products to carry out their message of environmental sustainability. The company supplies 100% Hemp and Hemp blend fabrics for commercial and domestic interiors, soft furnishings, upholstery and clothing. Hemp Gallery manufactures, wholesales and retails, online, their exclusive Hemp bed linen and baby products.
Beatrice, who is an incredibly talented classical pianist, is passionately committed to her belief in the future and the value of Hemp as an environmentally benevolent agricultural resource. Along with her husband and a great group of people who share their vision, she has spent the past 8 years building the business into a successful entity.
During her collegiate career, Beatrice earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and Piano Performance from the Conservatorium of Music. She serves as President of the Industrial Hemp Association of New South Wales. Beatrice is also a member of the Textile Distributors Association, Australian Businesswomen’s Network, and the International Hemp Building Association.
To visit the Hemp Gallery website click here http://www.hempgallery.com.au/
Tune into Ashford Radio on the 19th March 6pm EST to listen to Hemp Gallery’s own Beatrice Rankin talking about all things hemp.
Ashford Radio is proud to present Beatrice K. Rankin. Beatrice believes that going green is an all around way of life, conducting business and growing food. Beatrice is the director of Hemp Gallery, which carries Hemp products to carry their message of environmental sustainability. Hemp is grown without agricultural chemicals, has modest water requirements and leaves the soil in good condition for following crops. Furthermore hemp fabric is processed using non toxic substances unlike “natural” fibres such as cotton and bamboo.
Join us on Ashford Radio as Beatrice explains how she goes by the “green book” on what type of material is environmentally safe. She will be describing the past history of The Hemp Plant and how they breakdown what guards the environment and what’s considered destructive.
Tune into AshfordRadio.com on March 19th, at 6PM est to learn about how this company is more concerned with the environment than the wallet. IF you have any questions about this show, or would like copies of this show of the show after it airs, please call the following number: 516-222-2266
Wow, it’s been busy here with Ray in New Zealand. Vegetarians and hemp food enthusiast as well as the Industrial Hemp Association members around Australia have been focusing on the FSANZ hemp foods submission which was open to the public, which closes in just 3 DAYS! We are also looking at holding a hemp building workshop soon somewhere in the Northern Beaches. I’ll keep you updated!