Bronx, NYC, 6 Oct 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, In order to help others make a decent living, Poshlatino has taken on the role of a mentor to guide others. The company’s co-founders are on a mission to give back to the Hispanic community. Poshlatino educates people on how they can set up an online retail business through liquidation companies.
After setting up a business model that sells merchandise online, Poshlatino now also mentors people to do the same. As Poshlatino is starting to scale its presence, the company aims to guide an ever-growing number of followers. So far, Poshlatino has trained and mentored well over 300,000 followers on various social media platforms. Not only does the company guide others on how and where to buy from liquidation stores, but Poshlatino also provides businesses with low capital an opportunity to buy inventory from their website, www.Poshlatino.com at a low cost. Poshlatino also offers an option to BUY NOW, PAY LATER by Affirm. This allows those who they train to be able to start and scale their own business with little to no capital.This can also prove to be an ideal first step for those looking to get started selling merchandise online.
In an effort to serve as many people as possible, Poshlatino’s co-founders have been producing educational video content since 2015. The content gets constantly posted and shared on social media platforms including Instagram, Facebook, Tik Tok, and YouTube with video up to 1 million views. Furthermore, these videos are created in the Spanish language to truly reflect Poshlatino’s purpose and its drive to help the Hispanic community. In addition to that, the founders have been associated with buying and reselling merchandise online for a long time now, thus making them an ideal source of guidance.
The CEO and Co-founder of Poshlatino, Marielba Hernandez says: “By producing educational content we’ve grown a very strong audience and a very strong relationship with our followers. Not only do we allow others to learn how to start their business by reselling online and reselling merchandise that they buy from liquidation companies but we also provide them with smaller quantities so that they can start their business with small capital.”
As a result of helping and educating the people, Poshlatino has grown quite immensely since its inception. From a small store, being operated inside their one bedroom apartment, Poshlatino now leases a 2500 square foot warehouse. Alongside this warehouse, Poshlatino is actively looking and surveying other locations to set up multiple stores. This expansion in the company’s footprint will enable Poshlatino to serve an even larger number of people and to mentor them so that they can start their very own businesses.
With a decent number of trainees and a great amount of social media followers, Poshlatino receives testimonials on a daily basis. These testimonials, by the students, are to thank and appreciate the efforts of Poshlatino. Thousands of students have been successful in creating their virtual stores, which they operate to generate income. One of Poshlatino’s students says: “I had been struggling to create an online store for months now. I couldn’t figure out what to sell and how to start selling. Poshlatino has been very helpful to me in this regard. Jonathan and Marielba are truly amazing mentors and leaders. Without them, I couldn’t have created my own online store. Thanks to both of you!”
In 2015, Poshlatino started selling clothes that no longer fit their family members on online marketplaces. Rather than getting rid of the clothes which would later end up in landfills, they decided to resell the clothes and fulfil their passion for sustainability.
Once they realized that there was a market for second-hand apparel, they decided to no longer view it as a hobby but more as a business — a family-owned business.
The CEO and Co-founder Marielba Hernandez became very passionate about learning the algorithms of the online marketplaces. She quickly learned that in order to stay “on top” they needed to have enough merchandise to list on the marketplaces daily. After 3 years of collecting second-hand apparel from family members, friends, and faithfully thrifting, they decided to research the Liquidation market. Fascinated by the idea of buying inventory in bulk, they felt like they discovered a business that anyone interested in commercialism can do. Therefore they started purchasing bigger quantities from liquidation companies and educating others on how to do the same.
Contact Person : Cofounders Marielba Hernandez and Jonathan Santos
Website URL: http://www.poshlatino.com/
Email: [email protected]
Address: 755 East 134th Street Bronx, NY 10454, USA
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