About the Book
If you've ever considered opening a boutique but don't know where to start, "Mommy Retailing: A Mom's Guide to Starting and Running A Boutique" is perfect for you. This book compiles years of experience, packed with practical solutions on balancing work time and mom time and actionable tips about all the aspects of starting and running your own retail store. Details business planning and day-to-day operations on running a boutique, how to fund your business, where and how to source merchandise, branding, advertising, and marketing, how to pick a location, planning a grand opening and how to use your business to give back and create goodwill in the community.
what they say
Lorna Ellis, Owner, Ten Tiny Piggies
Lakesha has helped me sort through ideas, directed me in avenues that are advantageous to my goals and growth of my business.
Monica Brenoskie, Owner/Designer, Sasa Loo
Had it not been for that first sit down meeting at Chilis, I wouldn't be nearly as confident or have a solid business foudation
Tiffany Lawrence, Owner, Covered Cubs
Thanks for always answering my questions and being there. I sincerely believe you care about my journey and success.
Lakesha candidly shares how she use the perks and frustrations that come along with the military lifestyle to leverage her business and enhance the business experience of other military spouse and veteran entrepreneurs by helping them gain insight into how to ensure their start-up is a success.
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Got a quick question? Select your buy me tea level to ask me a question(s). Some areas of interests (but not limited to):
Idea to conception - Brainstorming - Goal setting - E-commerce start-up - Buying Wholesale - Product Procurement - Pricing - Merchandising - Public Relations - Global Sourcing - Manufacturing - Importing - Doing Business with the Exchange
Lakesha is most passionate about people, building relationships, connecting others to their goals and entrepreneurship. Supporting women and military spouses is threaded into the DNA of Lakesha's businesses. You could call it a part of her raison d’etre and why she get out of bed in the morning.