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When faced with a difficult decision, Nina Faulhaber the co-founder of ADAY, a technical clothing line for womenNina Faulhaber, the co-founder of ADAY, a technical line for women's clothing, took the motto 'the customer is always right' to heart -- and it was the best decision she made.
Steeped in tradition, the wedding industry is not an area of enterprise we typically associate with cutting-edge innovation. However, sometimes it's the areas that you least expect that are primed for innovation. (Perfect example: Uber taking on the taxi industry.)
As a small business owner, it can be daunting to think of new ways to solve age-old problems or new ones that arise. But a look at some of the most beloved brands, such as The Home Depot and LEGO, can remind us that big innovations sometimes come in simple packages.
Handling the ups and downs of small business ownership can be a challenge. While it feels great when your business is thriving, momentum may fade over time, requiring you to find new ways to keep your business fresh. If you're not sure where to start, consider tapping into customer feedback.
Hashtags can be found across social media. Typically, people use them to make their posts more searchable; however, they can also be used to help you receive insightful feedback from your current and future customers.
When faced with a difficult decision, Nina Faulhaber the co-founder of ADAY, a technical clothing line for women's clothing, took the motto 'the customer is always right' to heart -- and it was the best decision she made.