I created this business as a way to make some extra money on the side but my lack of knowledge and experience lead me down a rough path.
Riverside Shop was an idea I had, at first I was selling all sorts of things then I narrowed it all down to Tapestries and shirts/hoodies. Both have a high potential toward young and older crowds. This can prove to be a good source of marketing targeting.
I believe that the store can also grab the attention of college students since Tapestries make amazing decor for rooms without the hassle hanging all sorts of posters and such.
I really believe that this store has high potential to sell products but under a new ownership that is more well versed in sales.
The potential of the store and an amazing professional sounding name. Not to mention the buyer would be doing me huge favor, I am honestly in debt right now and struggling which is why I chose to give this a try. I'm pretty desperate at this point and honestly believe a more knowledgeable owner can push this site into greatness.
How can the future owner improve the business?
Marketing the store better, organizing and setting up better prices and shipping methods.
What work have you put into the store?
I have put a lot of critical thinking in building the store and creating the name. I put many hours into the store in hope that I could make money but I dont have the knowledge to do so.
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?