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How Things Have Gone Right: A Conversation with Stephanie Ostler

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Stephanie Ostler is a prominent Vancouver entrepreneur, influencer and instructor at SFU. As a life long resident of the rainy city she launched her clothing company, Devil May Wear, straight out of high school immediately attracting international attention and sales. 
By the time she was 30 she had
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Stephanie Ostler is a prominent Vancouver entrepreneur, influencer and instructor at SFU. As a life long resident of the rainy city she launched her clothing company, Devil May Wear, straight out of high school immediately attracting international attention and sales. 
By the time she was 30 she had 3 successful retail locations including Granville Island, Main Street, and Fan Tan Alley in Victoria. Devil May Wear has been voted Vancouver’s Best Local Designer Clothing Store.
Stephanie gives her advice on how to weather the storm from her experience of being in business for 17 years. 
She also gives her insight into:

What opportunities that can come out once we get over this pandemic, especially with commercial real estate.
Which style trends will emerge from the quarantine, also why she thinks there will be a style freeze.
Why its important to create an experience for the customers to differentiate yourself so that they can interact and connect with your brand.

You can learn more about Stephanie Ostler and her company here: https://www.devilmaywear.ca/
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