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Small Business Highlight::Flowers from Fatima

       Hey chicas! The second business feature in the Business Highlight/Giveaway series is an interview with the founder of  Flowers From Fatima.

1. First and last name

       Fatima Spencer        

 2. Where do you see your businesses in 1 year? 2 years?

I am very proud to say that I am already a step closer to my goal of having Flowers From Fatima carried in major retail stores. You can currently find our products in local boutiques, including Beauty By Nature Beauty Supply in North Carolina. In 2 more years, I see Flowers From Fatima as a blossoming brand within the celebrity fashion and entertainment industry.

3. Who is your target audience?

Flowers From Fatima is most popular among brides, women with natural hair, and college girls.

4. What products do you offer?

Flowers From Fatima offers everything from hair flowers to flower crowns. We also offer centerpieces and wedding decor upon request. You can find all of your floral needs at Flowers From Fatima.

5. What first sparked your interest in this industry?

Gardening was my inspiration. My fascination with flowers and fashion began at a very young age.

Boss Lady!

Fatima is one of the Chic Therapy 3rd Anniversary giveaway sponsors, and she will be gifting one lucky girl, a fab hair piece. 
The giveaway item: Double Green Apple PomPom Hair Flower
Click to enter the giveaway

For more on Flowers by Fatima, check out the social media links below


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