The global perfume market is growing rapidly, a trend attributed to increased awareness of luxury and exotic fragrances. Among the end users, the fragrance market is segmented into male, female, and unisex. However, the females account for a higher value luxury perfume market share.
To start a perfume kiosk, understand the market potential and conduct proper research. Select a niche and an ideal location for your perfume business. To keep the business running, create a sourcing plan and scout the competition.
Here are some real life success stories of starting a perfume retail kiosk:
1. Alfred Lane ($228K/year)
Rafael Hernandez (from Miami, FL, USA) started Alfred Lane about 10 years ago.
Hi, my name is Rafael Hernandez and I am the founder of Alfred Lane. I have a line of personal and home fragrances handcrafted in small batches out of our Miami studio. I began selling solid colognes initially as an alternative to spray colognes and released three fragrances.
The business generates $19k a month in revenue. In 2020, the company had its best year ever. I opened a production studio where we make everything and hired a studio assistant all within the last 5 months. It’s been more than 8 years since I started and the journey has been a wild one.
2. Alfred Lane
Alfred Lane is a line of fragrances featuring personal care products and home goods — striving to elevate the essence of gentlemen everywhere. We handcraft solid colognes, roll-on cologne, incense cones and candles in small batches using quality ingredients. Our goods are made in the USA.
- Estimated revenue: $19K/month
- Business rank: #2.56M
Check out their full website ➜
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