A peek at plaudits paid by various media.
YourStory.com | 19 March 2016
“Founders of The Giving Tree up the ante by going green with corporate gifting”
“We’ve stuck to being green in our gifting for over 15 years and have carved a name for who we are and what we stand for,” say Mala Sathyanarayanan and Leena Munot of The Giving Tree, Domlur (Bengaluru).
Mala and Leena are passionate about representing Indian aesthetics in an eco-friendly manner, and this gave rise to them floating a whole range of Indian souvenirs, and incorporating popular landmarks of the country in the form of ink sketches and watercolour images. While Mala and Leena are in the business of making people feel special and nurturing long relationships through innovative gifts for the last 15 years, they have recently taken this to a whole new level.
India Today | 31 July 2008
“Hands on design”
With hurried lifestyles and the convenience of stores, the art of gift giving has been reduced to an act of customary compulsion. This is what had Mala Satyanarayana, 45, and Leena Munot, 31, team up to try and get people to “pour themselves into their gifts a little more” and also their common passion for handmade paper.
Aabharan | 27 August 2009
It all started when I received a beautiful terracotta aroma oil infuser & a hand made paper planner as a gift from one of my friends.
I loved the stuff so much that it prompted me to check out the address of the shop on the handmade paper bag it came in…