About Us - Sophia Boutique

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About Us

We are a locally owned boutique featuring unique women's wear, shoes, accessories, home decor and wellness products located in Concord Township, Ohio next door to our partner store, Oscar Giovanni Salon & Spa.  Our mission is to provide friendly, fashion-forward advice to help our customers find the perfect pieces to enhance their own personal style. 

What We Offer

Sophia Boutique offers services that will surpass your expectations.  The stylists in our store are available to assist you in making your best fashion choices, daily.  Schedule a one-on-one consultation with one our personal stylists or simply take advantage of a personalized walk-in fitting during all hours of operation.   We also have an in-house seamstress to assist you in any needed alterations services to make your couture fit perfectly. 

What Makes Us Stand Out?

Our creative stylists are certified image consultants who specialize in enhancing our clients personal style by teaching them how to flatter their body and find their best colors.  They also will teach you how to work with patterns to elongate curves and challenging areas.  We believe all women should feel beautiful inside and out.


Cleveland City Voter Best in Women's Accessories and Best in Women's Boutique 2016, 2017 and 2018.



Smart Ways to Build Your Business

When it comes to making your small business or entrepreneurial venture a success, a little ingenuity and preplanning can go a long way. While some business owners try to emulate their larger counterparts, there are actually benefits to being a small business that you should capitalize on, as well. Here are some tips from the award-winning Sophia Boutique.

Be Professional

Being a small business doesn’t mean you should be flippant about standard business practices. For example, all of your communication vehicles should be high-quality and professional-looking. You should also make sure you have a business website, email, and bank account, as well as all appropriate business licensing and operational permits required by your industry.

If you haven’t already formed a limited liability company (LLC), it’s wise to do so. This adds to your legitimacy, helps protect you from some types of liability, and makes it easier to file your taxes. You can hire a costly attorney to file your paperwork, do it yourself, or utilize a formation services company (click here) to take the time and headache out of the equation and expedite the process.

Operate Lean

Lean operations don’t mean bare bones. Rather, it means making well-thought-out financial decisions and eliminating waste. According to Trending Accounting, you should go through your budget expenditures on a regular basis and look for ways to scale back or eliminate non-essential costs. It could be as minimal as buying print cartridges in bulk from a discount supply company, or as significant as downsizing office space and hiring a remote workforce. The more you can scale back and save, the more resilient you can make your company. Having cash reserves is a major asset to a small business, particularly one that is susceptible to economic downturns.

Find Free Resources

Once you start searching, you’ll be surprised by how many free resources are available to entrepreneurs. Look to chambers of commerce, small business resource centers, your local chapter of the U.S. Small Business Administration, and microbusiness initiatives. These entities focus on making small businesses successful and often supply free and low-cost seminars, workshops, and business-building opportunities. A Chamber of Commerce membership can also help you expand your contacts through networking. Take advantage of small business mixers and other events that put you in contact with potential collaborators and clients.

Make Personal Connections

Big businesses don’t have the capacity to provide the same level of customer service as their smaller counterparts. Take advantage of that fact! Cultivate your clients with a personal touch, and consider interactions as an opportunity to build long-lasting relationships, rather than just making a one-time sale. Once you have a loyal base of happy consumers, you can ask for testimonials and referrals.

This hands-on approach can be especially effective if you sell a product or service people use regularly, like landscaping, or if you’re in a business-to-business service-providing industry, like printing promotional materials. One smart practice is to promote ongoing contracts over one-time purchases. Getting involved in your community is another way to elevate the image of your business. Not only does it help you be seen, but it positions you as a good corporate steward.

Entrepreneurs need a positive, can-do attitude, a willingness to make personal connections, and a smart head for business operations. Being attuned to the needs of your customers and providing high-quality products and/or services can help ensure your longevity and success.