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Cosmetics Business Mogul Zhonnae Marie Shares Her Insights On How To Navigate Your Way In The Industry

The online world has taken a change in the last six months that forever will affect all industries. We take a closer look at the world and industry of cosmetics and this amazing story of this female leader.

Many people run successful beauty and cosmetics businesses. Yet to succeed in this sector remains one of the most challenging. In this article, we learn from the CEO of Zhonnae Cosmetics on what it takes to make your cosmetics business thrive. 

Putting the priority on adding value

Often, entrepreneurs make the mistake of focusing on products and brands and not the clients. Beneath the skin of the customer’s innate beauty, goes individuals whose decree is based on the way you make them feel. Clients have unique needs, likes, dislikes, and diverse emotions. Showing that you care about the client’s welfare more than the money or profits is ultimately what every business should focus on. 

Put your money where your passion is 

Capital investment, equipment, and marketing are essential for any business, but the greatest of your investment has to be passion. Zhonnae believes that strong desire and passion in any particular industry should be the driving force for starting any business. Passion is the ingredient that ensures that during challenges, the willpower to move on ringers. 

Building trust is key

It is often said that people buy from those that they trust. An entrepreneur should seek to create a brand that resonates with the clients. Offering and maintaining quality service will ensure return customers or referral clients. Besides, being consistent helps you build trust with your clients. 

Hard work is everything

The cosmetic sector business is very competitive. Brands are seeking the attention of potential clients whichever way they can. It matters the work you put into your business as well as the strategy you employ to attract and retain customers. Time to read about the venture, products, business trends, and patterns, as well as sales and marketing strategies, are a must-do for an entrepreneur. There is no doubt that hard work pays, notes Zhonnae. 

Having a mentor goes a long way 

One of the quickest ways to grow a cosmetics enterprise is to get a mentor. Mentors have walked the route that you are starting and know the challenge you are likely to encounter. Mentors help you run the ropes in the sector. The cosmetic sector is rapidly growing and any entrepreneur getting to that space must be prepared to face competition. 

Learn more from Zhonnae here.

US Army Combat Veteran turned writer helps people reach new levels of success and influence with personal brand building. Luis also writes for Entrepreneur magazine and runs TEDx events and TED circles online. Mentored by Mark Cuban his eye for business and potential growth has been trained at a billionaire level.

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