‘Development by Design’ is showcasing the results of their various export readiness programmes, in which over 50 small and medium businesses have already participated, with some having exhibited at European trade shows, whilst others are up and coming designers eager to take their first steps in exporting.
These exhibitors represent the best of South African product design, showing their new ranges of small furniture, lighting, home textiles, and fashion and home accessories, all ready to order by retailers and decorators. We are 1 of 40 Designers as part of the NEXT19 programme



We work with Averda who collects waste and supplies us with the raw material we need to manufacture our products.




Val de Vie is South Africa’s top residential estate. Another source partner, the Val De Vie residents assist us by donating their used wine bottles and other waste material so we can re-purpose it into usable products again.






We have been a member to this wide network since 2016. Being connected to this platform has resulted in many opportunities and Media coverage. Our founder, Lizl Naude, is also a guest blogger to their on-line site and her articles get an average of 20 000 reads per post.




We have been a member since 2006 and it is through the CDI that we have had the opportunity to become part of the NEXT19 programme. We have access to regular market opportunities and training to improve our business.




Our founder, Lizl Naude serves as a Director to the Chosen Foundation.

Due to the excessive prevalence of alcohol and related substance abuse in and around Wine Producing regions such as Breede River Valley, Cape South Coast, Coastal Region, Klein Karoo and Olifants River – and Boberg (for use in respect of fortified wines from Paarl, Franschhoek, Wellington and Tulbagh); Lilly Loompa Creative has committed to donate 5.50% of revenue earned from all wine related waste used in its product ranges to the Chosen Foundation NPC that has to date facilitated the rehabilitation and re-integration of over 200 substance abusive men back into their communities; most of whom are now responsible fathers to their children.