What Makes Chantal’s Paths Stand Out
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About Chantal’s Paths
Established eleven years ago, I operate in the design and sign industry, doing custom vinyl wall art, vehicle decals, signs and specializing in sensory paths for special needs children and young adults.
Being a mom to three amazing kids with special needs and unique challenges, I saw the need for sensory pathways and have since developed a movement station that has been installed in over fifty schools across the world.
As a web-based business, I primarily work independently, but my kids do assist when it gets busy. We try to ship orders within one to three days and respond to messages within twelve hours. As we have been around for over a decade, we are a mature business. However, we are still attracting new clientele and adopting new technology all the time.
Seasonal peaks are during the school term from September and June, with a slow down during Christmas and the holidays that thankfully allows me to spend more time with my family.
Chantal’s Paths Difference
My average customer is someone who works with kids and sees the difference in every individual, knowing that even the smartest, brightest kids sometimes need to reset, disengage and have fun while learning.
One aspect that makes my business second to none is the number of orders I handle every month from clients worldwide. But, what sets us apart from the rest of our competitors is my love for making a difference. I’m a people person and enjoy hearing feedback, offering help, and being available anytime for my customers to get answers to their questions. I have also been in the business for over a decade and am one of the best or try to be one of the best in my industry.
One of our most significant achievements was when a video of my sensory paths was uploaded and shared over eighteen million times on social media.
My dream for the future is to pass this business along to my kids so that they can go to high school or college and work when they can. I am not ready for my kids to be in the outside workforce, and I’m grateful I can provide them with this opportunity.
While I am passionate about what we do, I also care about protecting the environment. To do my part towards a better future for us all, my team and I don’t print anything we don’t have to and recycle nearly eighty percent of our waste.
We also believe in giving back to society and, as part of that belief, donate to many local causes. We have even made decals for kids fighting cancer, contributed to their families, and supported local hockey associations and teams.