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‘Bundle’ Business Provides Lucrative Income For Young Couple

Who would have thought that Che Anis Farahin Che Omar’s liking for used or “bundle” clothing, could turn into a lucrative business for her, a  business management graduate of Kota Bharu Polytechnic.

Her deep interest in bundle or used clothing prompted this young woman to venture into the business, and in less than two years, and with a start-up capital of only RM50, she  managed to penetrate the international market with her branded used clothing business.

Che Anis Farahin, 25, and her husband, Ahmad Afiqq Asmadi, 27, are now successful entrepreneurs, earning tens of thousands of ringgit a month from the “bundle” business.

“I like bundle clothing and have been buying them since I was in school. In fact, my wardrobe is almost full of the bundle  items,” she said.

The woman said she started doing the “bundle business”, as she called it,  online in 2018 with her line of women’s bundle clothing.

“Having acquired so many bundle items, it struck on me that I could start a business with it, and that was how it started, my husband and I selling bundle clothing online.

“In fact, through the Instagram account of ‘Rumah Bundle’, we now have more than 11,000 followers,” she said when met by Bernama at her shop in Kampung Teluk Kintang, Jalan Sabak here, today.

The mother of a two-year-old child said the knowledge acquired during her studies at the polytechnic came handy as it helped her to manage and promote her business.

Che Anis Farahin said she and her husband promote their bundle items that are considered “vintage”  through the Grailed and Etsy applications, which is an online sale application for used clothing.

“There are times when our branded bundle clothing items attracted buyers in Singapore, the United States and even Japan. Sometimes, we receive bulk orders from  abroad, ”she said.

Che Anis Farahin said before the Movement Control Order (PKP) was enforced and the country border was still open, she and her husband also went to Thailand to get their supply of bundle items.

Che Anis Farahin said before the Movement Control Order (PKP) was enforced and the country border was still open, she and her husband also went to Thailand to get their supply of bundle items.

“Since the COVID-19 pandemic, we have to content with getting our supply from suppliers in Kuala Lumpur.

“Normally, the clothing items will be sold to customers starting from as low as RM10 per item to RM150 each, depending on its condition and also the brand name,” she said.

Che Anis said the business has prospered and she and her husband were now able to open their own bundle shop, which they named “Rumah Bundle”, about a year ago.

“I have never thought that this used clothing business is able to provide us with lucrative income, like what the salaried workers are getting.

“Hence, I suggest graduates who are still unemployed to venture into this field for income by utilising the technology and social media sites as a platform to do business as it  that does not require huge capital.,” she said.– BERNAMA

BacalahMalaysia Team

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