The Ankara Dentist

15 Nov

Fabrics business is one of the businesses with a high rate of customer influx. This buttresses the saying that; ‘looking good is good business. Hence, we had an interview session with one of the fast-growing entrepreneurs in the industry.

We featured the creative director of a notable online fabric store in this edition of Customer Showcase. Her name is Rolayo Williams-Lasebikan. She owns The Ankara Dentist store. It is a fashion business that specializes in fabrics such as Ankara, Cashmere Wool, Silk, Chiffon, and Adire.

Rolayo narrates how she has managed to be a dentist and an entrepreneur while speaking with our team.         

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A picture showing  Rolayo Williams-Lasebikan, CEO, The Ankara Dentist

Rolayo Williams-Lasebikan, CEO, The Ankara Dentist

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Simple Marketing Strategies To Promote Your Product Offline

8 Jan

Digital advertising has come to be the go-to platform for a lot of qualified services
businesses. Paralleled to traditional advertising, online struggles are simple to evaluate and, fascinatingly enough, repeatedly less costly.

Even so, a lot of outmoded, offline advertising strategies can be operational at constructing and assisting your SEO company’s online brand. In fact, the publicizing stratagems that bring about the largest influence use a mixture of both online and offline techniques.

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Four Cheap But Tangible Gifts To Give This Christmas

10 Nov

 

Contrary to what we think, our customers actually know how important it is to prepare early for Christmas. The only thing is majority of them really do not have an idea on what to really do considering the fact that many are on a lean budget and at the same time willing to do the best with such amount.  Continue reading

PREPARING YOUR DESIGN FOR PRINT

4 Mar

 

So your print jobs get delivered from the press, colours look different, white lines by the edges and you are totally upset with the printing press… Let me ask, did you prepare the artwork or design for print? A lot of us (graphic designers) tend to ignore the responsibility of this important process, you may have created a fantastic design but if not prepared properly for print, it wouldn’t look exactly fantastic.

 

If you haven’t prepared a design for press before, here’s a quick guide from my experience in the print media industry. I’ve made quite a few errors – from not sending the right artwork size, wrong colours, displaced pages etc, but I’m better now *smiling*.

 

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