The King Street Marketing Group and Halls Chophouse will host Jordan Lash as the guest speaker for their Small Business Lunch Series on March 14, 2019. A ticket for the lunch is $32 and includes an "imaginative 3-course luncheon" prepared by Chef Adam Jakins.
Article courtesy of King Street Marketing Group
Jordan, in the King Street tradition, opened his own retail store and put his name on the sign, one of the first to do this in a number of years. Just like the iconic Charleston brands, Croghan's, Berlin's, Grady Ervin and M. Dumas and Sons, Jordan Lash is a single store catering to the Charleston shopper for fine men's clothing..
It Took 20 Years
A graduate of the College of Charleston, Jordan spent 20 years learning his trade mostly at M. Dumas and Sons where he began as a stock associate. The experience he gained as he worked his way into sales, became the store manager and the store buyer prepared him for his venture into becoming an owner of a shop selling fine men's apparel.
Passion, determination, and sheer will, stemming from a burning desire to be his own boss and realizing his dream, are some of the many reasons Jordan Lash is meant to be part of the retail clothing industry.
The most important trait Jordan has learned is how important the customer truly is, as well as their customer experience. "It all begins with the customer," he said. "If we treat them right, they'll come back."
Jordan Lash carries more than 20 international brands of mens apparel including shoes and accessories. Plus, he has his own brand, Jordan Lash, on selected items.
He constantly attempts to stay current on relevant vendor marketing tools used within social media and around the web on sites of admirable stores such as Neiman Marcus, Saks, Bergdorf Goodman, and Harrods.