It all started when Vivian Kaye identified a market gap for high-quality hair extensions that matched the natural hair texture of black women. Knowing very little about the business model, but confident in the quality of her product, Vivian took a leap and launched KinkyCurlyYaki — a first-of-its-kind, premium hair extension company for Black women. In the first year of operations, KinkyCurlyYaki generated half a million in revenues. Today, the company stands as the originator of an entire niche in the hair industry and has become so popular that companies are vying to replicate it. Join us on October 21st to find out exactly how she did it.
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