The story so far...
Brother and sister team, Christian and Tiffany Chou didn't set out to start a business, Tiffany just wanted to help her autistic brother find a job.
With not a lot of job opportunities for adults like Chris, Tiffany found a way for him to sell his handmade jewelry at a local market. After seeing the success that Christian's small jewelry table had after 2 years, she had the idea to grow the table into a larger project that could help more people like her brother.
With a brick-and-mortar shop on the way, Depo Market's mission is to provide as many jobs for adults with disabilities as possible. Ranging from artistic employment, helping to create jewelry and accessories, as well as customer service jobs, working with and talking to our customers.
The name Depo (Deh•po) Market comes from a market in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where Christian was found as a baby. He was adopted at 8 months old and was named Christian Depo Chou.