We have seen several successful brands in the market which are run by couples. But it is pretty nice to see an Interracial couple doing the best they could to promote the goods from various cultures and those kinds of stuff meant for the kids.
Jonah and Swetha Batambuze
Jonah Batambuze is a multimedia artist, connector, and globetrotter. A first-generation Ugandan, born in the U.S. Swetha Batambuze is an Indian-born, Brit. Batambuze currently resides outside London, England. And, together, this interracial, intercultural married Blindian couple are the founders of Kampind — a lifestyle brand.
KampInd was created to help individuals seeking options that reflect worldly cultures and colorful experiences. Their company name represents a merging of cultures. The prefix “Kamp” represents Kampala, which is the capital of Uganda, and the suffix “Ind” represents India. They hold these places close to their hearts, and they always provide them with a sense of inspiration.

Inspiring the multicultural leaders of tomorrow to change the world, KampInd creates accessories for trendy toddlers using African wax prints, Indian, and British fabrics celebrating the world’s cultures.
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KampInd was born to solve this problem for all individuals seeking options that reflect worldly cultures and colorful experiences. Jonah and Swetha Batambuze believe everyone is entitled to access to quality products representing Global Citizens. They also believe in changing the world by stimulating thought, challenging misconceptions and inspiring actions through our products and community. And, they celebrate the world’s cultures and invite all to travel with them.

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