Operating a small perfume business in Beirut is such a rich and educative experiment.
-I started Camelia Perfumes back in 2006 with one small perfume retail shop.
-I had to learn about the perfume making business fast in order to keep my customers satisfied. Especially knowing that the Lebanese clients are known to be sophisticated and picky by nature.
-Although the Lebanese market is an unstable and risky market, I managed to develop Camelia Perfumes into a well established and profitable small business throughout the period of nine years.
-Camelia Perfumes in now composed of three retail shops located strategically in Beirut. In addition to Camelia's own line of perfume, body splash, and body lotion.
-I managed to market Camelia products in the Lebanese market as whole sale products.
-Leading a staff of ten employees is a tricky job, and requires lots of managerial skills. Where I had to keep the business up and running on an ascending profitable trend.
-I had to manage the staff starting from production in the workshop, to the sales and customer satisfaction. Skills & Qualities Managing a small business in the perfume industry demands you to develop lots of skills and qualities such as