When visitors leave Clay Café Lonehill after a session of painting ceramics, eating, drinking, relaxing and enjoying themselves, owner Kendell Simon often hears the same words: ‘That was so therapeutic.’
It’s why so many people in Lonehill are making Clay Café a regular experience, over and above the end-of-year functions, bridal showers and birthdays that the ceramic painting restaurant regularly hosts.
It’s the hallmark of a great business: addressing and solving a need so that people learn to love your brand.
It’s also why Clay Café Lonehill is the fourth store, with the original still operating in Hout Bay 25 years after it launched.
Kendell’s business has enjoyed incredible growth, and in just six short months her staff count has doubled from 15 to 32 people.
Here are the lessons she has to share with fellow aspiring business owners:
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