Individuality is Key: The Story Behind NYC Streetwear Brand Kith

We’re taught at an early age to say yes to all opportunities that come our way. But, sometimes there’s more power in saying no. Pinpointing a path to selective yes’s in life is what has made Kith founder, Ronnie Fieg, so successful, with individuality, being the key to his success. 

Fieg’s Background to Success

Fieg’s journey to his multimillion-dollar streetwear brand began as a 13-year-old, working as a stock boy for David Z., a New York City-based footwear store founded by his second cousin. 

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SOCCO and What You Didn’t Know About Socks

Wool socks. Dress socks. Ankle socks. Invisible socks. Socks with pizza embroidered on them. Like Forrest Gump’s Benjamin Buford “Bubba” Blue, we could go on and on. The gift every kid hated getting for Christmas is now the one all adults covet—but how much do you actually know about socks, other than they keep your feet warm? Let’s find out.

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Tips On Planning Your Goals For The New Year

2020 is right around the corner and with it comes, a new year, a new decade, and the perfect opportunity to set goals for yourself, your business, and your future. However, while many of us are ambitious in setting goals, we, unfortunately, aren’t always great at keeping them. A study by U.S. News showed 80% of New Year’s resolutions are abandoned by the first week of February. We know, this statistic isn’t exactly encouraging, but we’re going to help you out with some tips for planning, and keeping your 2020 goals and resolutions.

Tips for Setting Your Goals

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Whether you are planning personal or professional goals it can be hard to know where to start. Having a set of guidelines to apply to each goal will help you choose ones that are doable. Start SMART and set goals that are:

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Looking For More Revenue? Start Building Web Stores For Your Clients.

Should web stores be in your company’s future? All signs point to yes.

“Everyone’s so used to Amazon: simply clicking to make their purchase,” says Tom Rauen, CEO of Dubuque, IA-based Envision Tees. “A web store takes a lot of friction out of a regular transaction. You show the customer what you can offer them—and they can buy 24/7.” They’re a one-stop-shop for your clients—and their employees, team members or supporters. This personalized shopping experience can turn your business into a selling machine, generating profits round the clock. Distributors and decorators like Rauen are capitalizing on web stores, to bring in more frequent and even higher-volume purchases.

Let’s look at exactly how adding a web store service to your lineup can increase your bottom line. Plus: We’ll explain how easy it is to set up a web store, and why you should pitch them to your existing and potential clients.

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