The shop sells 100% leather, soft sole shoes for toddlers (commonly known as barefoot shoes - similar as Robeez)
Ideal for the learning process of walking
Suitable for ages between 8 months and 4 years (sizes 3 to 9)
Inventory included (130 pairs)
Facebook page included (180 followers)
Internet domain included
Direct importation from the producer (well-known European brand Tikki Shoes)
18% off for any future importation costs as all the duties were eliminated in September 2017 by the CETA trade agreement between Canada and EU
Total sales May 2017 - March 2018: 2302 USD (taxes not included)
Reason for selling: found a full time job since October 2017 + moving from city to countryside where I bought a house (so no more liquidity to continue the importation)
Financials and traffic
March 2018 - first month with profit (after 10 month from the opening of the store)
Average overall profit margin
Average number of sales/month
Value of inventory
Total revenue for last 12 months
Total traffic for last 12 months
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Google AdWords - stopped after a couple of months
Facebook ads - stopped after a couple of months
packaging required: nothing but bubble envelopes (around 1$ each) because the shoes are very flexible and soft
(ie. Mailchimp, apps)
(ie. Adwords, Facebook ads, etc.)
130 pairs of children shoes, sizes 3 to 8, in original packaging.
These type of shoes are recommended by the podologists and the podiatrists because they sustain the natural growth of toddlers' feet. This barefoot shoes concept is becoming more popular among mothers all over the world.
These shoes are perfect to be incorporated or associated with other baby products or brands of shoes.
The store is given for FREE. It is just the inventory (2870 US$ + Shopify fees) that makes the total price. This price contains 0 (zero) $ profit. It represents the importation cost of the products.
How can the future owner improve the business?
create Pinterest account
create Instagram account
create Snapchat account
More active on Facebook
do contests on Facebook
contact media influencers (bloggers, v-bloggers etc)
What work have you put into the store?
Created the store myself, from top to bottom (far to be a perfect one), including:
- did the importation myself
- created a company to run the business
- kept evidence of stock
- offered a max 24 h delay after each order for delivery (using the postal services)
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?