In the midst of all the chaos and uncertainty the COVID-19 pandemic has stirred up, here is a story about two sisters who learned how to launch their own successful business after watching their mom develop and grow hers.
Dede and Landrea Cowart say they began sharing ideas for a business at their family’s dinner table [Source: Click Orlando]. One conversation led to another and eventually, their ideas developed into what is now called Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous is the name of their store and it is located in Orlando, FL on North Orange Avenue. Inside the store you’ll find various things from coffee mugs to jewelry to books as the store offers “a little bit of everything they love.”
Dede Cowart told the news source that she believes their store is “pretty special because it’s overwhelming in the best way.” She also shared that the store is “always fully stocked and each time you visit there’s probably something new.” The sisters’ store offers customers “a very curated selection of products that are fun, inspiring, relatable, and even nostalgic at times.” Dede Cowart also shared with the source that growing up, she witnessed her mother grow her business, RW Events, and that is what inspired her and her sister to start their own.
Their business, which started with just gift baskets and their garage, later expanded into a storefront. Although the sisters say the pandemic has caused their business to experience highs and lows, they are now working to create an online storefront as are many other business owners are in Florida.
Do you have an idea for a business but aren’t sure what the requirements are for you to get if off the ground?
If so, the Orlando, FL business law attorneys at Legal Counsel P.A. would be happy to help you understand what legal requirements must be met in order for you to start your business and keep it running. With a large percentage of people out of work or receiving an insufficient amount of income due to COVID-19, many are looking for alternate ways of making money, starting with launching a business. So, if you are planning on starting a business online or have found a location to operate out of, you should consult with a business law attorney to ensure you understand what the city and state requires you to do to legally operate your business.
Legal Counsel P.A. has an office in Orlando which is located at:
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