Fabricante de inversión Encuentra Valor en Curso Empresarial
31 de de agosto de, 2015 por Gwen Verde
Se reinicia la empresa basado en el hogar cuando su familia se trasladó a Arkansas de Wisconsin en 2014.
Schultz cree que las vestiduras, a través de sus colores y símbolos, bring alive the story being told in worship. A church organist since age 12, she says that creating vestments is like making music.
She recognized a need for custom-made vestments because “God did not make us all the same size.” Schultz often uses repurposed materials such as antique embroideries because of her commitment to stewardship. “Perfectly Proportioned” y “Positively Repurposed” are two principles of her business.
Although skilled in the art of vestment-making, Schultz realized earlier this year she needed to learn more about running a business, including requirements for operating a business in Arkansas and how to market her products in a new location. She read about the City of Little Rock’s Entrepreneurial Training Course in the newspaper and enrolled in February.
In partnership with the city, the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock facilitates the 10-week program twice a year. Además de participar en sesiones semanales de clase de tres horas, Schultz received one-on-one guidance from her ASBTDC business consultant, Heather Robinette.
Schultz completed the course in May and would highly recommend it to others.
“Taking this class was challenging but has opened up an entire world of possibilities,” said Schultz, who continues to consult with Robinette on ways to grow her business.
Exodus39 Custom Church Vestments’ product line includes stoles, hace frente, casullas con understoles, dalmáticas, tunicles, Burse y velo conjuntos, palls, and altar paraments. Schultz diseña cada pieza con gustos específicos de sus clientes, necesariamente, y los presupuestos en mente. See examples on the business’s Página de Facebook.