Hi, I am Stephanie

Hi, I am Stephanie

A web designer and digital strategist for purpose-driven small businesses.

I am a multi-entrepreneur always curious about developing new skills.

In 1999, I created dinnerstory.com, using the emerging web to propose a new blend of services and products.

Then, I ventured into a purpose-driven craft community center + shop + classes because I wanted children to discover the joy of being a creator.

All the while, I created staging décor in the collaborative Art Studio “Spirit into matter.”  

Today, I have chosen to transform my entrepreneurship and art experience in helping small business entrepreneurs thrive online.

Hi, I am Stephanie Harari, a web designer and digital strategist for purpose-driven small businesses.
I am a multi-entrepreneur always curious about developing new skills.
In 1999, I created dinnerstory.com, using the emerging web to propose a new blend of services and products.
Then, I ventured into a purpose-driven craft community center + shop + classes because I wanted children to discover the joy of being a creator.
All the while, I created staging décor in the collaborative Art Studio “Spirit into matter.”  
Today, I have chosen to transform my entrepreneurship and art experience in helping small business entrepreneurs thrive online.

How did I get there?

I launched my first business when I was 12.
During a summer trip to the States with my grandmother, I was amazed at how many Mail Order catalogs she would receive every day in the mail.
A light went on in my head; That was it! I would do the same!
I started planning and designing my mail order catalog.
Back in France, I launched “Ma petite entreprise”, a mail-order sewing catalog for my extended family.
It was a great success; I bought my first sewing machine with the proceeds!

Starting a new business is second nature to me. If I have an idea or a dream, I bring it to life.

Keep some room in your heart for the unimaginable.

Marie Forleo

In the late ’90s, the Internet was on the rise. I was so excited about the possibility of global connectivity and the opportunities the internet offered for small businesses to be discovered by all.
I was magnetized by this new reality and created my first online business Dinnerstory.com, an online food and home styling shop and magazine.
It’s hard to imagine that at the time there was no high-speed internet. It was so slow but the opportunity was so exciting. 

I am a VERY curious and passionate person.
I combine entrepreneurship, alternative education, crafts, art installation, event design with spirituality, graphics, and Web Design. 
I have created an unconventional way of thinking and solving problems. 

I believe there are no limits and that there’s no right way to develop personally and professionally.

Every small step contributes to creating a better world and it’s worth sharing with others.

With time, I became more conscious of my responsibility as a business owner of the footprint I leave on earth.
When running Loolaot, a craft store and teaching center, I took small steps towards making a change.
I chose to stop buying animal made wool for vegan alternatives. It was a hard decision to take because I had been a long term wool lover. But once I understood the dreadful conditions endured by animals in the industry, it was clear that I was not going to support this industry.
This is my choice, and everyone has their own personal journey and pace. The addition of all these small steps is what will help make a bigger change. 

I believe that our uniqueness is what we have to offer and be proud of.
The only legitimate essence to your business is being true to your best self, your beliefs, your desire to help your customer solve their problems, and fulfill their dreams.

This is my strength, helping you to brand your uniqueness with curiosity, patience, and understanding.

So what's in it for you?

If you are launching a new business or redesigning your business, and you want a professional to help you through the process, check out my branding and web design packages. 

If you want a DIY way to build your brand, download my tutorial “How to build a meaningful and unique brand identity?” and receive valuable insider tips for free.

I am looking forward to learning how you are and how I can help you.

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