Northumbria graduate generates six-figures with ‘thriving’ business on Tik Tok
Amelia Wright, a recent Northumbria University graduate, has taken Tik Tok by storm with her “entrepreneurial spirit and creative flair”.
What began as a Tik Tok hobby in lockdown has now transformed into a ‘thriving’ business ‘Mila Clothing’ generating six figures in revenue. Amelia’s venture involves crafting and selling personalised hoodies from her unit in Darlington.
Amelia’s journey to success commenced when she recognised the potential of personalised items, and decided to showcase her creations on Tik Tok under the brand ‘Mila Clothing’.
The hoodies she offers cater to a variety of markets, including couples seeking matching attire, pet owners, and individuals in search of “stylish and distinctive” workwear.
Amelia remarked: “It makes me so happy seeing our customers being able to share their love, and show the people closest to them how much they care, through our personalised designs. It’s a real honour to be part of their special moments.
Amelia’s success through Mila Clothing has not stopped there. After graduating from Northumbria this summer with first class honours, she is looking to expand the business further. Amelia has her sights set on the workwear market for 2024.
Planning to expand her offerings to include personalised workwear, catering to businesses and entrepreneurs looking to “elevate their professional style” while promoting their business and creating a “great first impression” with customers, carrying her trademark creativity and commitment to accelerate this venture forward.
Amelia continued: “I’m really excited to expand MILA into the workwear market as, as it’s something that we have been asked for through custom orders so many times over since starting out. I want to be a business that makes it happen for their customers, so I am hoping our flexibility and can-do mentality will drive this area forward.”
Amelia hopes her journey from a Northumbria business student to a successful entrepreneur making six figures through personalised hoodies can inspire current students.
By Matthew Neville – Senior Correspondent, Bdaily
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