We can’t wait to see what they (and you) achieve in the New Year!
Read their stories:
When Betsy Vega tapped into her design skills to offer custom balloon sculptures, she turned to Clover to keep pace with her growing business. Now, Varga runs a 1,000+ sq. ft. storefront and relies on her Clover Mini for accurate inventory and streamlined transactions.
Cincinnati fashionista Corless Berry transitioned from operating a mobile boutique to providing personalized styling in her storefront. Berry tapped Clover’s customer loyalty and cash discount programs to accelerate growth.
After buying her favorite flower shop, Jennifer Oosterhoff set to work modernizing and expanding offerings at the Stony Plain, Alberta-based business. Oosterhoff and her staff embraced the Clover Station Duo, which integrates inventory and sales and improves customer experience.
Andron Fox spent years in retail before striking out on his own. A self-taught designer, Fox turned his side hustle into a staging business sought after by Michigan’s top home sellers and homeowners. He relies on Clover Virtual Terminal to help build and retain his client base.
Woodworker Tami Cox expanded her business to launch a shop for rustic gifts and décor in West Liberty, Ohio. During renovations, Cox discovered she’d inherited an inefficient and obsolete payment system. Now, she loves using a Clover Station Duo to ring up customer purchases.
As a nurse, Emen Obot was accustomed to high stress and long hours. Those strengths paid off when she opened a non-surgical aesthetic practice in downtown Chicago. Obot won a Back2Business grant for black and minority-owned small businesses through Fiserv, Clover’s parent company. She uses Clover Flex to support her current requirements and help her plan for future expansion.
Throughout 2023, Clover will share more inspiration from savvy business owners and entrepreneurs. Be sure to visit our Meet the Merchant section of the Clover blog for the latest stories!
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