Tuesday
Nov032015

First Anniversary

The 1st November marked a year since I took over the business and things seem to be on track. It's looking different, the business has been grown, stock is way up and so on. Of course, I'm not making a living from it yet but I've not gone broke either.

It's been a tough year in many ways. Learing how to trade as well as all about wooden cameras and so on. Getting online sales organised. Learning what sells and what doesn't. Not easy. And then my health hasn't been the best - time out for back surgery. But, still standing!

The second year is dedicated to the new projects - photobooth, photo art gallery, copying and resoration services and so on. Once those are in place, it'll be time to make some decisions about how much I want to grow the business! 

Thanks to the regulars who drop by evry month opr two and support my efforts with the occasional purchase. Can't do it without you guys.

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    Response: jbjk
    Every anniversary should be celebrated with a lot of arrangements..The anniversary let remember the people about the requirements those need to be completed just in time.
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    I am happy to see that your business have grown and now you are celebrating its first anniversary but you have to keep doing struggle and effort for more progress. Because this is the first demand of business and market also demands it to keep you in so you will be ...

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