How to build a cute kitchenware store that is still profitable after two years

Posted November 05, 2018 09:33:06The store was founded by two women who were inspired by the design of a $100 coffee maker and thought, “We can make something cute with it.”

The women found a home for their kitchenware and began selling it directly to customers, which led to a $1.4 million profit by year’s end.

The store is still a relatively small business with a small staff, but it is still doing well.

“We’re doing really well and we have a good community of friends,” Ms Taylor said.

“It’s great to see a lot of new people coming into the business.”

The store has been growing and is currently one of the most popular places in the Adelaide CBD for people looking for kitchenware.

“I’ve seen the trend, people are getting into it, it’s a great opportunity for new businesses,” Ms Tepper said.

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