Karla and Co.
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Karla and Co. is an amazing Spanish apparel company that first started off as a hobby store. Within three years we have hit a six-figure income and have organically connected with multiple celebrities and influencers within our market. We were a featured vendor at We All Grow Latina and invited to be showcased at L.A.'s Hispanicize. One of our past clients has been Bacardi Rum.
A great way to show off our style is with one of our promo videos: https://bit.ly/36wriUV
✅Established Strategic Partners
✅Unsaturated Niche Industry
✅Large Interactive Social Media Presence
✅Many Growth Opportunities
What Comes w/ The Sale
✅All Social Media Accounts
✅High-End Heat Press
✅All Influencer Contacts
✅All Business Contacts
✅Well Optimized FB Ad Account
✅8k and Growing Email List
✅And More (I'm limited on the amount I can type)
3 days hands-on support and training, 10 days daily support then 30 days once a week follow up support.
How does your business make money?
Currently, we sell inhouse designed vinyl shirts in a variety of styles using the vinyl press method. This method allows you to keep high margins, low inventory and easy to test out new designs and styles without losing thousands of dollars.
(If you are not a designer I would suggest an awesome service like Design Pickle to do all your design work.)
What is great about this is you can run it all out of your home. We currently do it out of a small 10x10 den.
Why are you selling this business?
We are currently looking into starting a pastry business here in Arizona and require a large sum upfront for location and setup. It has been our end goal to own and operate a local pastry company and become a corner store of our little community here in Arizona.
On top of that, I'm currently working on an animated series and wanting to buy a space to create a small studio for our series.
- Brand assets
- Custom technology
- Customer databases
- Existing manufacturing relationships
- Inventory on hand or on order at the time of closing
- Marketing materials and collateral
- Policy and Process documents
- Registered trademarks
- Relevant email accounts
- Social media accounts
- Vendor contacts
- Website files, source code and content
- e-Commerce platform accounts
Post sale support
This is support provided by the seller when transitioning the business to a buyer.
About the Seller
Once called "The cleverest writer on the Internet" by LA Weekly and “A controlled chaotic mega brain that creates methods of madness that work freakishly well” by The Huffington Post, Bryan uses his technology background that he has developed since the age of 3 when he programmed his first-pixel animation and mixes it with his non-traditional marketing methods to break the rules and develop big result products or campaigns.
Before being covered by The New York Times for his writing and international social experiment, Bryan is credited for developing some of the first and highest rated clone scripts and has produced success on each endeavor he has challenged himself with, and by success, he has the able to boast over 1.8 billion page views on his Internet products collectively, 90,000 books sold on all continents, ran a number one radio show with 20,000 listeners, has been featured on almost every major world news station, newspaper, website and magazine. There is a good chance you’ve seen his content on your social news feed or even reported on by your local news station.
His passion is creating amazing products that have purpose and meaning. And by amazing, he wants to develop ideas that can better a person’s life, not just their pseudo social online persona. Along with the creation of meaningful technology, Bryan loves to build small teams that can produce superior and distinct products within short periods of production. His team members all agree that Bryan will always credit his team for the successes and takes blame for his team’s failures. He will stay in the trenches with you until a project is not only done, but until it reaches his high personal standard.
The Atlantic sums Bryan up in one sentence “The Internet’s best kept secret”.