BAM Essentials voted as Honorable Mention in Minnesota Business Magazine's "Most Likely To Succeed In 2017"

BAM Essentials voted as Honorable Mention in Minnesota Business Magazine's "Most Likely To Succeed In 2017"

We're thrilled to be an Honorable Mention in Minnesota Business Magazine's "Most Likely To Succeed in 2017"! Thank you to everyone who nominated and voted for us in the Retail category. We're pretty excited about the upcoming year - and hope you are too! 

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Here's what Minnesota Business Magazine had to say about BAM Essentials:

BAM Essentials
Roseville
Taking care of your skin isn’t just a way to pamper yourself. Thanks to BAM Essentials, it’s also a way support young female professionals in the Twin Cities from disadvantaged backgrounds. The company hires women to make its products, and then trains them in the work and life skills that lead to success, such as financial literacy, mindfulness and resume writing. Plus, BAM Essentials’s whole line is organic and natural. No parabens, synthetics or animal testing here.

Here's a bit more from the other two great organizations in the Retail category:

The VOICE Community - Winner
Crystal
Can you build a better world through online shopping? The VOICE thinks you can. This online marketplace is capitalizing on two things people want to do more of: shop local, and buy from socially minded brands. On its website, VOICE partners with an impressive line-up of Minnesota makers and brands, including The Copper Hen, Birchwood Café, Woodchuck and Socialable Cider Werks. For every item or gift card purchased, VOICE lets consumers donate 7% of the proceeds to the charity they pick. Customers can choose from one of ten causes VOICE selects each year, like the Wounded Warrior Project or Animal Humane Society. This new platform allows Minnesota shoppers to tap into something millions of people do every day — shop online — and give that small action new meaning at no extra cost.

Anywhere Apparel
Saint Paul
Sitting in the cab, Kelly Koster and Nick Hansen realized they were unprepared for what lay ahead. The clothes they packed for their two-and-a-half week journey (to five vastly different cities) weren’t going to cut it. To keep their suitcase light, the couple needed versatile, travel-ready clothing that didn’t look like workout gear. When they couldn’t find it, they made their own line, starting with a reversible coat and a jacket that transforms into a satchel.