toth shop.    

bringing artistry to business; business to artistry

everyone has a story; here's ours.

what's toth


hands down, the question we hear the most: what’s “toth” mean?

toth shop is named for erzsébet toth (pictured to the right); as a teenager, she boarded a transatlantic ship alone, in the middle of the night; she spoke no english; she knew no one; and she started a new life in america (pittsburgh specifically).  

her maiden name (toth) is Founder Meg Seitz’s middle name.


that courage and curiosity defines toth shop. 

meet our contributors

matt bednarsky

a believer that life is beautiful, crunchy peanut butter is the way to go, and guacamole is a gift to humanity.  he is also a polyglot and an internationally touring singer/songwriter with an expansive internet presence and three full-length studio albums; you can hear him online wherever you listen to music.

anna williams

writes for businesses that need fresh, creative content to meet their goals. She graduated with an english minor and blogged on the side before she started writing for sites such as The vue charlotte, petit tresor, and inpower coaching. she is a mom of four young kids, so she’s used to getting double takes in the grocery store.

nicole grumbos

nicole is a clemson student who enjoys putting pen to paper before ever touching her laptop, and owes her wild affinity for writing to the many late nights of her childhood that she stayed up too late reading the magical works of jk rowling. her three great loves in this world are jesus, starbucks coffee, and her great, big greek family.



abby rudnitsky is a redeemed perfectionist learning to embrace uncertainty. once an english major, always an english major: she writes a ton, reads even more, and probably drinks too much coffee. she loves her husband, sunflowers, and not having to do the dishes. if she could choose a superpower, it would be teleportation; her actual superpower is rotating the same 3 black outfits without anyone noticing.

some of our partners

"we were taught that the ingenuity, creativity, empathy, soul, power, and grace of being a girl and a woman is a competitive advantage - and it’s our responsibility, choice, and power to use that for good."

social responsibility


our take on social responsibility