What’s Possible: She Had Her Best Month EVER in Sales during the Pandemic Shutdowns (A Retailer Case Study) | Episode 19
In today’s very special What’s Possible episode, I am chatting with retailer: Amy Cseh. She is the owner of Schoolhouse Salvage — an architectural salvage and vintage finds warehouse in Mentor, Ohio, outside of Cleveland.
Amy does NOT come from a retail background, and yet she has put in the effort to learn and grow a wildly successful retail business. After 8 years of business, she had the most successful sales period ever, right smack in the middle of all the chaos and shutdowns! Amy shares her journey as a business owner, what was instrumental in getting her to this point and what she’s learned along the way.
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