Give Customers What They Want
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(YoungBiz) - Claire Randall, now 17, started a home-basedgraphic design business in Galveston, Texas, when she was 12 afterteaching herself to use the software and making her own businesscards. After designing cards for several friends and then for alocal seafood restaurant, Randall thought she had everythingfigured out. Then she made a mistake on a customer's order.
"I was working on a card for a gymnast," she recalls."It was late and I didn't double-check the colors in thepicture." When Randall delivered the order the next day, thegymnast took one look at the cards and started laughing. Why? Thecartoon gymnast on the card appeared to be missing part of herleotard.
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