Thursday, March 29, 2012

News: KyNa Boutique meets Gold's standards


A Rotherham entrepreneur has received praise from a leading businesswoman for her specialist children's clothes business.

KyNa Boutique, the online retailer of children's organic fashion, was given an endorsement by Jacqueline Gold, CEO of Ann Summers, for their fantastic selection of organic clothes for children and dedication to customer service.

The endorsement came in the form of a #WOW award, where Jacqueline celebrates Women On Wednesday through twitter and personally selects three women's businesses that she feels have potential.

And the successful businesswoman knows about success in retail, having transformed the Ann Summers family business into one with a gross annual sales turnover of £150m.

Gold told her 23 thousand followers on twitter: "KyNa Boutique has a great website offering organic yet fashionable clothing for children – makes a parents life a lot easier."

Jenny Mortimer, director of Kyna Boutique said: "I'm absolutely delighted to receive recognition from such an influential businesswoman, it seems the hard work is starting to pay off."

KyNa Boutique was founded in 2011 and is based in Aston. They offer a range of organic clothes for children that are colourful, contemporary and fashionable including brands such as Ava and Luc, Boys&Girls and Bamboo Baby.

Jenny added: "Clothing is made with too many potentially harmful chemicals, it's important to protect a child's delicate skin at such a young age."

KyNa now gets to wear a #WOW badge of approval.

KyNa Boutique website

Images: KyNa Boutique


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