Alright – so today we’ve got the honor of introducing you to Jamise Jamm Anderson. We think you’ll enjoy our conversation, we’ve shared it below.
Hi Jamise Jamm, thanks for joining us today. Do you have a hero? What have you learned from them?
My mother! Unfortunately she passed away a few weeks ago, so she she won’t have an opportunity to see this. She was one of the strongest people I’ve known. She taught me to never give up! She was very proud of my brand and bragged every chance she got. Her influenced has definitely impacted the way I approach business and the way I treat my customers.
Jamise Jamm, love having you share your insights with us. Before we ask you more questions, maybe you can take a moment to introduce yourself to our readers who might have missed our earlier conversations?
I started from scratch and I’m very proud of that! I started in 2020 at the start of Covid and we’ve been growing ever since. The once thing I’m most proud of is knowing that my brand gives black culture a voice that sometimes goes unheard.
What do you think helped you build your reputation within your market?
I provide great customer service to EVERYONE. I treat customers the way I would want to be treated. I build rapports and relationships. I put pride in my business and it shows through my work.
What’s worked well for you in terms of a source for new clients?
Popup shops. I travel to different city and set up shops. I want to make sure my brand touches as many cities as possible. Most new customers will follow and reorder after the first purchase.
- Website: www.theblackshoppe.com
- Instagram: the black-shoppe
- Facebook: the black shoppe
- Other: tik tok colormejamm
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