Born A Bad Seed is a women's lifestyle clothing brand and online retail store. We sell our own merchandise, designed by our team, along with brands we love. The collection includes curated boots, jackets, tops, pants & accessories. We previously sold vintage clothing as well but had such a hard time keeping it in stock that we have temporarily removed this section from the store. Appealing to women aged 20-35 primarily based in Los Angeles, New York and the UK, we have a very loyal customer base. We have spent the last four years growing the business to it's current place in the online retail market and would love to see it go to good hands.
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This business is heavily sale based, it is easy to let the store sustain itself year round and make some extra cash but seasonal sals, black friday, the holidays etc are what makes it most lucrative.
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Born A Bad Seed is a fully functioning shop just waiting for a new owner to take control and move it to the next level of online retail. You could operate it as is or customize the collection to your own taste and style. Our customer base has supported us for years and we see very successful Black Friday and Holiday season sale records. This could be a part time or full time job for the next owner, but whoever takes it on must love social media. Instagram drives our sales and we have a large collection of professional photographs to choose from to get you started.
How can the future owner improve the business?
We currently dont have the time to focus on this brand and take it to the next level. The next owner could see huge returns with some real time, energy and focus put into the business. For example, we were selling out of our vintage collection within 24hours of stocking, however we did not have the time to curate, post and sell garment regularly enough, so even though it was one of our most lucrative collections we had to remove it from the site.
What work have you put into the store?
We have contracted with professional photographers to display high quality images, employed theme specialist to make custom adjustments, purchased multiple apps to be the back end easier to use and more.
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