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3 Lessons You Should Learn From Juicy Couture

Posted by on Jun 12, 2014 in Blog

3 Lessons You Should Learn From Juicy Couture

(Photo:  NY Post) Juicy Couture originally began as a maternity line of clothing created by Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy. The two started the company with just $200, and in a few short years Juicy Couture grew into an international fashion house worth millions. The duo has teamed up again to launch a new label, Pam & Gela, and has recently shared the secrets of their success in a new book that was released on May 29th, The Glitter Plan. Regardless of your industry or business line, every business owner can learn these three key lessons from Juicy Couture’s path to success. Pick the Perfect Partner Both Nash-Taylor and Skaist-Levy credit much of their success with having the wisdom to pick the “perfect partner” when they went into business with one another. Common sense and history both say they are right in this belief, as the business world is full of stories of companies that had a great concept and business plan, but failed because of infighting among partners. When choosing a business partner, the likely candidate’s experience isn’t necessarily as important as picking someone that you can work well with. An individual can have all of the credentials,...

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