In this episode Mawukle Yebuah explores every aspect of founding and growing a business.
He discusses co-founding Flare and Square while in college, running it full-time while also maintaining a full-time day job, learning how to run and grow the business, getting product into stores, building online presence, adding product lines, and scaling the business. Yet, this is more than a simple business and Mawukle shares why the mission of Flare and Square is about helping individuals find confidence and creating positive influence in their community.
Mawukle Yebuah is a young entrepreneur and co-founder of men’s accessories brand Flare & Square. Mawukle immigrated to the United States from Ghana at a young age. He started Flare & Square with his childhood friend Fatima Rashad while they were in college. They both shared a passion for fashion and community engagement. Together, they have combined their unique skill sets and backgrounds to build a business that not only brings original styles and products to the market, but is also known for operating with high ethical standards and bringing appositive influence to their community.
This episode is sponsored by NutriFitt.
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