BLACK WOMAN Who Owns a Black Hair Care Products Store... in Korea!

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Meet the Woman Who Owns a Black Hair Care Products Store... in Korea!

BLACK WOMAN Who Owns a Black Hair Care Products Store... in Korea!
Meet the Woman Who Owns a Black Hair Care Products Store... in Korea!



Black-owned businesses have especially been thriving in the U.S. in recent years. However, Jessica Fry, a native of Michigan, has also found success in South Korea, where she owns not just one, but multiple successful businesses! Her first business, Honey Hair, is one of the largest beauty supply stores in the country.
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When she came to South Korea, she saw limitless opportunities to grow numerous businesses. She lived in Pyeongtaek area near a large Army and Air Force base and realized the need for more Black hair care products. After researching how to make the soldiers' lives easier, she opened her first beauty supply store called Honey Hair that offers unique beauty products.

"I wanted to meet the needs of Black women. I have also expanded to being able to meet the needs of women in general, even Asian women. A unique quality that I have is that I'm a great buyer. So, I'm great at finding the trendiest things and products that people need," Fry said.

After the success of her first business, she decided to venture into other businesses as well. She opened a small boutique clothing store that she eventually sold to the government. She then tried her hand in starting a small sandwich shop which helped her gain a lot of experience to open a bigger restaurant called JJ's American Diner.

"The restaurant is really focused on being just like America," Fry said. "It's a novel experience for the Koreans and a taste of home for the soldiers."

There really is no stopping Fry who plans on launching more businesses such as a swimsuit shop and a natural and holistic health business.

For more information about Jessica Fry's businesses, visit www.naturalbeautykorea.com or follow Honey Hair on Facebook at Facebook.


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It's actually genius

A lot of soldiers and sailors and Korea, more than what people would believe. And despite how you coli cats that never been no where think, you'd be amazed on how open Koreans and some other asians are to the culture. I bet half of her customers are Koreans.

But stuff like this is probably needed around most bases overseas.

My aunt sells merchandise on bases all over the country and is kinda my fall back plan if she doesn't work out, just travel and help her out.


Props to this lady this was smart
 

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Meet the Woman Who Owns a Black Hair Care Products Store... in Korea!

BLACK WOMAN Who Owns a Black Hair Care Products Store... in Korea!
Meet the Woman Who Owns a Black Hair Care Products Store... in Korea!



Black-owned businesses have especially been thriving in the U.S. in recent years. However, Jessica Fry, a native of Michigan, has also found success in South Korea, where she owns not just one, but multiple successful businesses! Her first business, Honey Hair, is one of the largest beauty supply stores in the country.
Travel Noire.

When she came to South Korea, she saw limitless opportunities to grow numerous businesses. She lived in Pyeongtaek area near a large Army and Air Force base and realized the need for more Black hair care products. After researching how to make the soldiers' lives easier, she opened her first beauty supply store called Honey Hair that offers unique beauty products.

"I wanted to meet the needs of Black women. I have also expanded to being able to meet the needs of women in general, even Asian women. A unique quality that I have is that I'm a great buyer. So, I'm great at finding the trendiest things and products that people need," Fry said.

After the success of her first business, she decided to venture into other businesses as well. She opened a small boutique clothing store that she eventually sold to the government. She then tried her hand in starting a small sandwich shop which helped her gain a lot of experience to open a bigger restaurant called JJ's American Diner.

"The restaurant is really focused on being just like America," Fry said. "It's a novel experience for the Koreans and a taste of home for the soldiers."

There really is no stopping Fry who plans on launching more businesses such as a swimsuit shop and a natural and holistic health business.

For more information about Jessica Fry's businesses, visit www.naturalbeautykorea.com or follow Honey Hair on Facebook at Facebook.


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Good for her
 

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I love reading stories like this, because more folks need to be aware of all the opportunities abroad, and not limit themselves to just America.

More power to this sister:salute:

Wish I had known about this when I was in Seoul, would've copped all the beauty supplies I got for the fam from her. Next time though... might gotta shoot my shot too, love me an enterprising sista :steviej:
 

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Salute to the sista.

Real talk if you ever travel to asia you will meet black men and black women from america, the Caribbean and Africa. Who buy products in china and bring or ship them back to their home country to sell.

Traveling to china for work I have met a few black folks running businesses bying products in china.
 

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They asked "The Ankh Man" why does he have his Black business in Chinatown he replied "Why not, they have their businesses all in our neighborhoods"
 
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