How do you aim to stand out as a brand?
The Baby Cot Shop produces and sells furniture and room accessories for babies and children. Our designs are inspired by heritage buildings and historically popular designs.
The process gives our clients the flexibility in the finished design. We view ourselves as partners with our suppliers and the environment and only work with craftsmen with good labour ethics and respect for the environment.
How would you sum up your target customer? Our ideal customer is the first or second time parent that wants the very best for their child.
They want unique, heritage pieces that can be passed on for years to come. Functionality is also key, choosing furniture that will suit their lifestyle. In addition, these parents are house proud and live in homes that reflect the high standard that we produce our furniture to. Grandparents are often involved in the buying process as it is an emotional and special time of their lives. What do you want to do differently to your competitors? Our company has its roots in Atlanta, Georgia, which is in the southern part of the United States.
It was there that we became infused with the qualities of Southern hospitality. Southern charm means hospitable, warm and friendly. It is against this backdrop that we create our products and serve our clients. The Baby Cot Shop is known for its personable customer service and word of mouth referral has been a great factor in the growth of the business. We work with high end interior designers like Kelly Hoppen, as well as concierge companies who source exquisite items for their own clients.
I love to see my creations come to life.
I enjoy the process of curating items for our store. Working with mums during the most magical journey of their life is a privilege and an honour. Our interior design service means that we can create pieces that suit the design of the space, as opposed to trying to force high street furniture to fit in with the style of the home.
Currently, online means we have clients who shop with us as far out as The Middle East and Australia.
These major objectives together with other supporting objectives were organized into an objective tree as shown in Figure 1 below: Entrapment Infants can suffer injuries to their arms and legs if they become trapped between gaps.
Our new location will open in December in Chelsea, London which is not only a fashionable shopping district, but a central London location too.
This will open us up to even more clients in and out of London.
What advice would you give to a new retail start-up based on your experience? Charlotte Lynch Charlotte Lynch looks after marketing and operations for Modern Retail and is keen to help retailers grow. By conducting interviews and sharing informative content, Charlotte hopes Modern Retail can inform and engage retailers in the UK.
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