Seventh Day Adventists

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Establishing A Business: Production * Description of the Business * Type of Business
Partnership
* Nature of Business * D’Alana Corrdae * Objectives/Mission statement Executive Summary * Overview * De Kliek Style Studio is an upscale women's clothing boutique that will open in July this year. De Kliek, which means "the clique" or "circle of friends" in Dutch, defines the boutique and its essence of inclusion. De Kliek's clothing selections and exclusive personal style services, which include a detailed Style Assessment, will ensure that our customers are well dressed. De Kliek is a woman-owned business currently organized as a Sole Proprietorship. * Clothing for stylish women * De Kliek will carry Ready-to-Wear (RTW) designer and casual/contemporary apparel & accessories for women, and will be the exclusive U.S. home of the German line, Herr Frau. In addition to the fabulous Herr Frau line, De Kliek will feature other choice selections by American and European designers such as Hocken, Weekend Maxine, Tosca and Catherine the Great. The De Kliek customer is a busy professional woman who lives in Los Angeles with a household income over $100K. She enjoys the boutique fashions and wants a place where she can go to get services that meet her busy lifestyle. * Unique & innovative * De Kliek will provide services such as Style Assessments, alterations, personal shopping, and special ordering to customers during store hours and by personal appointments. Style Concierges who are trained within the image industry will be available to customers on a daily basis. De Kliek's innovative Style Assessments and educational emphasis in helping women develop their personal styles will enhance our reputation as a truly unique boutique. * Getting the word out * De Kliek will generate awareness and sales by utilizing PR…...

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