“One way to becoming successful is finding a need and meet that need”.
The economic situation gingered my personal development. “A girl must chop” lol.
I am Ejenubor Esere Cynthia, CEO of Cee accessories – IG (@Cee_accessories).
Cee accessories started in early 2013 and it wasn’t an easy task in anyway. All I had in mind was to create a consumable brand as of the time but that was very impossible because all I had was N15, 000 and a dream so I decided to go into marketing (buying and selling products).
It took me a lot to get to sell anything especially promoting my brand and my business name both off and online especially when one is new to this. My most painful experience was continually trying to sell the same product for almost a whole week, I didn’t give up, I had so much hope that I had to continue, there was a time I even had to “trek” an entire distance to meet up with a client, but what can I do? Seeing others doing it I had to do it too, that was one of my motivations.
After a while things started to get into shape, I went into crafting (handmade beads and other accessories). Cee accessories became a point stop for everything, fully grown into a fashion sale online store. Things began to pick up; we started making good sales and finally went international.
It really doesn’t matter how the struggle seems, what’s really important is how strong you don’t relent. It’s only going to take a while but you’ll get there, I mean am not even there yet but I intend to keep the story true and you can do the same too….. Cynthia.
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