Features of the Year - A Look Back on 2021
2021 has been a challenging yet exciting year for Honey Bee Home. This year, we had the amazing opportunity to be able to meet you guys and introduce the brand to you in a new way.
From hosting our first pop-up event in the Jewellery Quarter to being featured in local Birmingham publications, we are more than grateful and excited to share some of our achievements with you.
We’re so happy to share some of our features from this year with you from friends of the brand:
Caramel Latte Kiss - The Great Big Birmingham Christmas Gift Guide - Caramel Latte Kiss
It’s More Fun In Your 30’s - Honey Bee Your Home This New Year - It's More Fun In Your 30s (itsmorefuninyour30s.blog)
Bab About Town - BAB ABOUT TOWN’S 2021 EPIC CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE TO INDEPENDENT SHOPPING IN AND AROUND BIRMINGHAM – BAB ABOUT TOWN (scroll down the page a little for this one).
These are just a few of the places we've been featured in, but we say a massive thanks to every single one of you who continues to support all that we do at Honey Bee Home. Here’s to a new year filled with many more amazing opportunities and memories to be made!
Nneka will sadly be leaving team Honey Bee, as she has a fabulous new job that starts in January. A huge 'thank you' to her for her amazing work since joining us in 2019.
And so what do we have to look forward to in 2022? Loads more content, that's for sure. I'm taking the Christmas break and first half of January to rest and recuperate. For the social media, I'll be hopping on stories a lot more, to show you inside the beehive and what I get up to at Honey Bee HQ. We're not a mega brand and that's one of the things that makes us unique. So I'd love to show you more of that.
Our event in October was a success! So, I'm hoping to throw a summer extravaganza in 2022. I'd also LOVE a pop-up shop. We were invited to a one day pop-up in London and it was a success - we really had a fabulous time. I think more private corporate shopping events could be on the cards for 2022.
The pandemic has put a huge question mark over in-person shopping, so we'll be keeping a close eye on potential restrictions but in the meantime, you can of course order online.