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Are you fashion forward? Do you love working with the public? Is it your dream you to own and run your own business? Then it might just be time for you to marry your fashion sense and your business sense with a retail clothing business. The Limited, Banana Republic, The Gap, Urban Outfitters. All of those wildly successful clothing megachains began as small, independent stores. If you're fashion savvy, a clothing store could be your ticket to the top. You don't need any technical know-how. In fact, if you hire right and learn how the market works, you don't even need prior retailing experience- just this step-by-step guide. It gives you the inside scoop, on starting your own retail clothing store, including:
- Typical start-up expenses for low-end and high-end businesses
- How to spot trends and take advantage of them before your competitors do
- The importance of location and how to find the best spot for your store
- How to find, hire, and train the best employees
- Common mistakes and pitfalls to avoid
- Valuable tips on saving money during the start-up process
- Ways to work more efficiently and effectively
Declare your independence from bosses who don't have the know-how or drive that you know you can bring to your work! Like thousands of others, you can be your own boss, decide your own fate, set your own course and succeed by your own wit and courage. If you have the desire to help others look their best in the right clothes, this is the book that will put you on the road to establishing your own clothing empire.
All you need is this step-by-step guide. It gives you the inside scoop on starting your own retail clothing store.
From the editors of Entrepreneur magazine, this series of start-up business guides gives you all the tools you need to start, run and grow today's most profitable businesses. Each book in Entrepreneur's Start-Ups series focuses on a different hot business idea and provides step-by-step information to guide you at every stage. You'll learn how to handle everything from doing market research, choosing a location and financing your business to buying equipment, finding your first customers and hiring employees. Each book also contains cost-cutting ideas, common mistakes you should avoid, tips for smart operations, lists of helpful resources and more.
The Limited. Banana Republic. The Gap. Urban Outfitters. All of these wildly successful clothing mega-chains began as small, independent stores. If you're fashion savvy, a clothing store could be your ticket to the top. You don'! need any technical know-how. In fact, if you hire right and learn how the market works, you don't even need any prior retailing experience. All you need is this step-by-step guide, It gives you the inside scoop on starting your own retail clothing store.
This step-by-step guide gives readers the inside scoop on starting their own retail clothing store.
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