The name of the game is inventory: Becky Bavli from T is for Tame

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Hi D2C world! Welcome to the 15th episode of our D2CVille Stories Series, where we showcase remarkable D2C entrepreneurs who have built extraordinary brands! 👋👋

In this latest episode, we had the privilege of sitting down with Becky Bavli, the founder of the kids' hair products brand, T is for Tame. Becky shared invaluable insights into her long journey that started with creating a successful product despite starting with no prior experience. 🛒

🟢 Currently, T is for Tame products are available on their own website, Amazon.com, and through their retail partners. However, managing multiple sales channels simultaneously is no easy feat. Becky revealed that she had spent countless sleepless nights ensuring that everything runs smoothly.

🟢 Inventory management is the name of the game for Becky. She understands the critical importance of carefully managing stocks, as running out-of-stock with major retailers can significantly damage relationships.

👩👦 If you're in search of natural hair products for your little ones, be sure to check out T is for Tame.

Stay tuned for more content like this! 🔜🚀 

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Becky Bavli
Founder and CEO of T is for Tame
T is for Tame

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