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    3 Replies Latest reply on Mar 19, 2010 12:20 PM by TheSoloGuide

    Clothing store

    suniya31 Newbie
      Hello I"m wanting to open a clothing store for young women, something vibrant with unique designs and bring something new to this country town I live in. I love a variety of things such as styles,colors BOLD things. I have always wnated this I have a true since of fashion, but when it comes to putting it together I need help. Can you please give me some advise on where to start.
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              Have you done any market research?


              While you may want to bring bold and vibrant clothes to your local community, does your community want the same? And if so, is the share of the community that you would target with your designs large enough to support the business? Are any of the other local clothing stores offering anything similar to your vision? If so, how are those products selling?


              Without knowing more about your community, it is somewhat difficult to give you appropriate advice on how to poll the locals. You may be able to do some cooperative marketing / polling with other businesses that offer products and services to your target market.


              Other important steps include creating a business plan, setting up your legal structure / applying for the appropriate business licenses, and launching your marketing campaigns. However, you should hold off on all of these until you have done enough research to determine that your idea can actually make money.


              I hope this helps for a start.


              All the Best,


              Doug Dolan


              The Solopreneur's Guide