Big pots are hard to make and hard to finish so that interior decorators will consider them an essential part of their design plans for large commercial spaces.
The founder, Sue Callaway, jumped on an opportunity and unwittingly tested the market quickly. She sewed whimsical printed fabric into hospital scrubs and soon was selling them to all of her friends. Home...
In this episode we go to the heart of the fashion industry and behind the scenes of Nicole Miller, a fashion house on Seventh Avenue to meet the founders, Nicole Miller and Bud Konheim. In an industry where even top designers have taken production overseas, Nicole Miller pieces all proudly wear the label, "Made in New York." Go to the homepage. Go to all the key ideas and video.
Hattie introduces us to John Solheim, . He told her that when famous golfers used a Ping putter on television, it immediately branded Ping because at that time, the putter looked so different from all others. Also, go to the case study guide and transcript of this episode of the show.
Hattie says that Jim Morris is the perfect example of a business owner who marches to the beat of his own drummer.