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FabJob Guide to Become a Boutique Owner

Open Your Own Clothing Store

Do you love clothes and shopping? You may spend a lot of time in boutiques, but nothing compares to the fun and financial rewards of having your own boutique.

The FabJob Guide to Become a Boutique Owner shows you:

  • How to decide what type of boutique to open
  • How to create a business plan and get financing
  • Choosing a location (plus tips on lease negotiation)
  • Where to get merchandise for your boutique and how to set your prices
  • Important advice for managing your boutique business (from hiring staff to preventing theft)
  • How to attract customers and increase sales
The print book includes a bonus CD-ROM with forms and samples you can use in starting your own business.

Wouldn't it be great to become a boutique owner?  I think that the answer is absolutely yes.  What could be better then being your own boss?  What could be better then working in the field of fashion?  Put them together and you would have the perfect opportunity. 

Few businesses are as original as the fashion boutique, especially in the world of big box retailers and megastores. If your town has a unique little boutique that sells new clothing or vintage clothing, that's probably one interesting place to shop for fashion.

Fashion boutiques typically stock clothing and fashion accessories that can't be found in department stores, particularly if vintage items are included in the inventory.  And these boutique are often designed and decorated according to the style of the proprietor, giving them a one-of-a-kind vibe that you just don't get in a large department store chain. That is part of the secret to great boutique style: usually a boutique sticks with one or two types of merchandise and concentrates on that.  The most successful boutiques don't try to be all things to all shoppers.  I guess we can think of them as the "unique" boutique...

People enjoy shopping at fashion boutiques because, it's simply more fun than taking a list to a discount retailer and filling a shopping cart. Consumers actually enjoy the personal attention they find at a boutique, and a well designed and decorated boutique can feel like a haven to most shoppers.  Most definitely during busy shopping seasons like Christmas, back-to-school, etc.

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