*This post was created in collaboration with Pitchi.com
Here at Lilt Blog we love hearing about new and exciting products and services. We love creative businesses that do things a little bit differently, that push the limits, and especially those that promote Australian brands.
We often post interviews with designers and artists because we believe in engaging in conversation, in getting an insight into the worlds of creative businesses and being inspired by interesting people and their ideas.
Pitchi.com is an innovative, new online video selling platform that is designed to do just that – help people sell and buy online in a more personal, engaging and interactive way.
Far from your run of the mill online store, Pitchi allows sellers to upload videos and “pitch” their products to a massive audience of early adopters and trend seekers, giving small businesses, designers and startups the opportunity to tell their stories, communicate what inspires them, or even demonstrate how a product is crafted and made.
It is an exciting opportunity for designers wanting to forge a more personal connection with customers, which is more often than not missing in the online retail world.
As a consumer, myself I find this platform extremely exciting. Not only are you able to easily purchase products from the comfort of your own home (in jammies & with a cup of tea of course), but also take a peek behind the scenes and gain a greater appreciation to what has inspired your new purchase.
I’m very excited for Pitchi, as I think it is a great way for buyers and sellers to support each other in the online retail space – and that is pretty dang cool if you ask me.
Check out some of my favourite videos and products from Pitchi.com by clicking on the links below!
Fun, food inspired jewellery by EAT.ME.DO
These hilariously educational Squeak Design videos (who have been featured on Lilt before), teaching ladies and gents how to style their scarves and pocket squares:
A beautiful insight into a man-made Farrah wallet:
An inspiring look into the ethical fashion label of Jacob and Esau:
Everybody knows I love a good candle! I think these will become a new favourite. Cool textile packaging and hand poured in Melbourne!!!