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Can Trendsetting = Cash in Today’s Marketplace?

Among the constant influx of bad news I came across an article from Forbes singing the praises of emerging designers.  While this article talks mainly about fashion designers, I believe it can translate to other industries as well.  The bottom line is that retailers are looking for new ideas to excite and motivate their customers [...]

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Working with the Big Boys

Landing a large account can be an exhilarating experience for a young company and you can’t help but daydream about the possibility of “overnight success”.  Just around the corner… redemption for all those long hours spent fine-tuning your product, reciting your elevator pitch in the mirror, and packing orders until 2am.  While getting an initial [...]

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Lessons Learned from the First Day of Kindergarten

Yesterday was a tough day for many Moms- myself included.  The baby boy that inspired the birth of my company, Glamajama, isn’t such a baby anymore.  He started Kindergarten at a new school with no friends at his side, a teacher he’s never met, and all kinds of new rules and procedures he’d have to [...]

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Did I Just Tell a Big Box Retailer No?

Sounds a little unbelievable, but yeah- I did. I won’t name names, but I can tell you that this big box retailer has everything for ‘US Moms. It all started exactly a year ago at a tradeshow in Vegas. Their buyer walked by my booth, smiled, and took off in a flash. I was writing [...]

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Tips for Surviving the Fashion Biz

My children’s clothing line, Glamajama, has been in business for almost five years now.  Throughout those years I’ve seen quite a few designers come and go.  One thing that I have learned is that it takes more than just having a great product to make a company successful.  There are tons of great products out [...]

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