Face masks have become commonplace very quickly during 2020. Some existing company have simply supplemented them to their product lines. Others have popped up since the pandemic started.
Puhff Mask and Accessories started because of the founder’s personal experience with COVID-1 9. And the company is intended to provide practical help for communities.
Puhff Mask and Accessories
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What the Business Does
Sells face masks.
Providing common sense solutions.
CEO Jaheyla Jones told Small Business Trends, “Most cover-ups aren’t packaged in antibacterial purses, but Puhff Masks are. Likewise, this companionship was founded in an attempt to stop the exploitation of lack of disguises and end cost gashing in this market.”
How the Business Got Started
After a stint with COVID-1 9.
Jones recovered from COVID-1 9 and missed a highway to protect her society. So she stared exploring the possibility of selling face masks.
Connecting with distributors.
Jones says, “The biggest prevail still further is partnering with Mr. Checkout, a pretty big distributor. As a wholesale companionship we want to do everything we get our concoctions into the sides of the people.”
Investing in a new business during an uncertain time.
Jones shows, “Just starting the business was a risk. With all the uncertainty of the pandemic, it was a risk to invest in cover-ups, in carton, in marketing.”
How They’d Spend an Extra $100,000
Growing their operations and cure others.
Jones says, “I would invest it back into the company in order to last-minute expend it back into the community.”
The team has always been remote.
Jones justifies, “Since this busines started during the course of its pandemic , nothing of the team members have actually assemble each other in person! ”
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This article, “Spotlight: Puhff Mask and Accessories Launched Due to a Personal Bout with COVID-1 9” was first published on Small Business Trends
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