I started with no seed capital. It’s predominantly a boot-legged business.— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
Katherine-Mary – a trained artist – founded PICHULIK in 2012 after a trip around India.
PICHULIK is a bespoke line of accessories and jewellery.
PICHULIK accessories are designed and crafted in Cape Town.
PICHULIK transforms everyday materials through craft and design into something precious and covetable…— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
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I graduated from Michaelis in 2009.— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
There’s a need for women to move away from their inadequacies being capitalised on.— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
I’ve made some shocking mistakes! Not taking a deposit on an order was one of them.— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
We’ve got 18 people on our payroll.— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
It’s a fully-fledged, exporting business!— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
There’s a large demand from the United States and Scandinavia.— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
We export between 40% and 60% of what we produce.— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
My mom is a business owner and my brother is a business advisor.— Katherine-Mary Pichulik
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