An ideal Business for Women

A Business for Women

Being a women entrepreneur is often more challenging when compared to our male counterparts. Women generally have to not only juggle career demands, but also demands made by kids and family. Finding a balance between work and family life is not easy. When speaking to our customers and suppliers, I am often asked if being my own boss is easy and if 2nd Take is an ideal business for women or an ideal franchise for women?

I think so. From my own experience, I can say it is hard work to be your own boss, especially at the beginning; but it also gives you flexibility and an opportunity to live your passion.

Women Entrepreneurship is an opportunity to get our lives into balance. Even though starting any new business is challenging and requires lots of energy and focus, 2nd Take provided a change for me to be flexible and to structure my work schedule around my own needs.

I started this amazing small business from scratch and experienced what it meant to do it alone and to not have support in areas of IT, marketing, planning, merchandise, training and finance. This is why I truly can recommend purchasing a small business Franchise, it is the ideal small business franchise for women.

Franchising is an excellent alternative to starting your own independent business. A successful Franchise in South Africa, must be based on a working business concept and can be the solution to being your own boss and having time to spend with your family. A 2nd Take Fashion Franchise is definitely an ideal business for women.

Moms and homemakers

If you are a mom and homemaker, our Fashion store will give you the opportunity to connect with other women and customers from all walks of life, in an enjoyable environment, whilst you still have flexibility and time for your family, school runs and errands etc..

Exciting the corporate world

If you are looking for more individuality and a more relaxed environment and enjoy fashion, you will love our store. I, myself, have come from the corporate world and continue to use my skills at 2nd Take. A 2nd Take store is different and more demanding than an ordinary retail business and I have many opportunities to make use of my skills set.

Become a trendsetter in the Fashion world and experience how versatile and fun it is to be part of the 2nd Take group.

Bettina Berlep is the owner and founder of 2nd Take, one of South Africa’s leading second-hand clothing and kids equipment retailers, providing used international designer brands, baby and kids equipment, in stores as well as online.

2nd Take is the largest consignment second-hand online clothing retailer in South Africa with boutique shops in Cape Town. 2nd Take stocks exclusive designer brands and high street labels, often not available for purchase anywhere else in South Africa.

2nd Take is available as a low cost Franchise in South Africa.

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