Pop-up store acknowledges ladies-owned enterprises

Two local company homeowners celebrated Little Business Saturday by executing something particular for women enterprise…

Pop-up store acknowledges ladies-owned enterprises
Beauty and skin care vendors pampered local shop owners on Saturday.

Two local company homeowners celebrated Little Business Saturday by executing something particular for women enterprise homeowners in Cleveland County.

Madison Brooks, owner of Blackheart Skin Co., and Taylor Harbinson, owner of Luex 17 Boutique, hosted a pop-up store for gals-owned corporations at Uptown Indigo.

The pop-up store was inspired following Brooks and Harbinson attended an function for area business owners. All through that accumulating, Brooks reported she and Harbinson were the only feminine entrepreneurs to show up at, and they made a decision to deliver a equivalent event much more tailored to women company house owners.

“We made the decision to dedicate it exclusively in direction of girls simply because there are a good deal of seriously great companies below in Cleveland County that are women-owned that men and women you should not know about,” claimed Brooks.

Eighteen vendors were at Uptown Indigo on Small Business Saturday to cater to women business owners.

The party saw 18 distributors, which include magnificence and skin treatment, a medicinal spa, handmade jewelry and candle makers and decorators.

“I was very pleased, primarily for this to be the to start with event. I consider we experienced a good turnout, and all of our suppliers were quite responsive,” Brooks claimed.

With the inaugural event now driving them, Brooks claimed she is already planning a 2022 shop.

Madison Brooks, owner of Blackheart Skin Co., and Taylor Harbinson, owner of Luex 17 Boutique, hosted a pop-up shop for women-owned businesses at Uptown Indigo.

“Definitely we want to have more. The far more we can carry in the improved,” she said.

Uptown Indigo hosted a women-owned small business event on Small Business Saturday

Dustin George can be attained at 704-669-3337 or [email protected]helbyStar.com.