Anthony Majewski is a children's book author who has a lot of interaction with mothers. One of the things he noticed is that a lot of these mothers had need for maternal items and wanted an option to acquire them without paying a premium. That's when the CFL went off over Majewski's head and he began working on MomsTwoMoms.com.
"There is a void in the market place to sell specific mom-to-mom items," says Anthony Majewski, founder of MomsTwoMoms.com
. "Why don't we have a moms-to-moms online store?"
The Grosse Pointe-based start-up provides an online platform for mothers to sell gently used items to other mothers. Those items could range from baby clothes to maternity clothes to children's books.
"It basically prepares that new mom for the experience," Majewski says. "This way they don't have to pay premium prices at stores."
MomsTwoMoms.com has grown from just Majewski a year ago to three people today. It plans to add an intern or two this summer. It recently redesigned its website and is planning to open up a brick-and-mortar retail store. Franchising the business in the future is also an option.
Source: Anthony Majewski, founder of MomsTwoMoms.com
Writer: Jon Zemke
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