Socially Shoppable Interviews Syama Meagher

Entrepreneur Spotlight: Syama Meagher I was recently interviewed by the team at Socially Shoppable! Read their article below and click over to Socially Shoppable to see more amazing interviews: Entrepreneur Spotlight: Syama Meagher ” Meet Syama Meagher! CEO of Scaling Retail and Co-Author of “The Fashion Designer’s Guide: Creating Fashion Websites that Sell” Syama is a…

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On Refinery 29 with Shop It To Me & Syama Meagher

I was recently interviewed by Fawnia Soo Hoo for Refinery 29 on shopping tips for consumers. See below for an excerpt and link to full article. ” Return those unwanted items.” “First rule of thumb: “Don’t buy from a shop that you wouldn’t want store credit at,” says Syama Meagher, CEO of Scaling Retail. “Plain and…

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Tips for A Successful Trade Show Follow-Up Campaign

Originally posted on Makers Row MAGIC is the world’s largest fashion marketplace, comprised of ten unique communities showcasing the latest in apparel, footwear, accessories, and manufacturing. Did you show at SOURCING, PROJECT, ENK or any others? You may have found the show to be exhausting, but your work is far from over! Whether you exhibited your…

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6 Strategies to Improve Your Ecommerce Sales Today

Originally posted on Makers Row  As an emerging or independent fashion brand, it is incredibly difficult to get your fashion website noticed in the endless ocean of fellow designers. Websites are popping up a bagillion and four a day (exact figure, you guys) and if you build yours, send out some tweets, create a Facebook…

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5 Ways to Get Noticed by Retail Buyers

Originally posted by Syama Meagher on Makers Row I’m a former buyer turned buying and brand consultant. I’ve been emailed, visited at work by eager brands, and stalked on social media. Here are 5 tips that will impact how you get noticed by prospective buyers: 1. Email is Cheap: Send something real. Have great fabric…

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What are the best cities in U.S. major metropolitan areas for renting retail property to launch a boutique (i.e., good combo of high foot…

Answer by Syama Meagher: Great Question. I agree with Robert Wagner about looking at population density. Places like Savannah, New Orleans, Rhode Island have been popping up on my radar. its good to note that good foot traffic in a high income demo generally negates your desire to have reasonable rents. I would look at…

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