In partnership with Brand Apiary & Hollywood Swag Bag
VANCOUVER, BC, February 07, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Vancouver agency Brand Apiary in collaboration with Hollywood Swag Bag has co-curated a gift bag that’s destined for the Top 25 Oscar Nominees for the 2020 Academy Awards. Leveraging their industry relationships, the agency is delighted to be in partnership once again with many leading brands who are on the cutting edge.
“Hollywood Swag Bag is very selective with our brand participation and found the brands were a perfect fit!” says Lisa Bianchi, Founder of Hollywood Swag Bag.
This year’s focus was on women founded brands who aren’t afraid to step out and make waves. “We love working with brands who allows us to go to the edge. Something unique and exciting, which is how we see the SwitzerCultCreative brand!” says Grace Lanuza, Chief Hive Officer – Brand Apiary.
SwitzerCultCreative, a modern, sustainable, ecoluxury brand founded by Renee Switzer decided that this would be a great platform to gain awareness for emerging glass artist, Jaan Andres. With their strong family legacy in the design and ecoluxury world design was important and a limited edition piece The Supernatural Bowl was created by Jaan Andres. Renee’s son Adam Bellas who work in the business says, “SwitzerCultCreative is honoured to have The Supernatural Bowls, by Vancouver artist Jaan Andres included in the swag bags for the top 25 nominees at this year’s Academy Awards. It is even more special knowing that SwitzerCultCreative is the only Canadian company with products that were selected. We hope that these special edition works will be cherished and enjoyed by some of the most talented actors in the world.”
About Brand Apiary
Brand Apiary is a full service agency with expertise and focus on brand strategy, consumer behaviour, influencer marketing and industry experiential events. They have a wide variety of client mix in various industries such as food and beverage, bath and body, Provincial and Federal governments, private aviation, luxury goods and cannabis. Headquartered in Vancouver BC Canada where it was founded by Chief Hive Officer, Grace Lanuza, they have a global presence and offices in Las Vegas NV, Los Angeles CA, and London UK.
The SwitzerCultCreative™ mission is the discovery, promotion, marketing and development of modern, original designs for living.
Through our extensive network of designer showrooms in Canada and the United States we provide the opportunity for a carefully curated grouping of original designer Brands to increase brand recognition and develop their market.
In our new Vancouver Showroom and Gallery we are passionate about showcasing both established Brands and new innovative collections of furniture, lighting, accessories and textiles. Our vision for our flagship showroom is to provide the opportunity for designer Brands new to Vancouver and western Canada to flourish and grow.
Our client services team under the leadership of Adam Bellas places the highest value on customer focused relationships where the satisfaction of our clients is the highest priority.
We strive to offer a carefully curated grouping of home furnishings that are of high quality, authentic design in a friendly and fun atmosphere.
In the same way that we care about the food we eat, who grows it and whether it is organic or not, we place the highest importance on knowing every detail of the products we promote.
• We know how the items are made and finished
• We know the creator and builder of the products
• We know the materials used in the furniture, lighting and accessories
• We know the products are environmentally sustainable
The SwitzerCultCreative™ goal is to provide home furnishing products that help people create personal environments that provide peace, tranquility and positive energy – while ensuring high-quality products that are eco-conscious.
For further information, interview opportunities and high-res images, please contact:
Grace Lanuza [email protected]
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