Economic Recovery Grant improves window-shopping

Karma Curtains, a business based in Doncaster city centre, recently received Economic Recovery Grant support through Business Doncaster.

Karen Marsh, business owner has more than 30 years retail experience working in the curtains and home furnishings business, working for companies such as Rosebys and Textiles Direct.

Following redundancy from her Area Manager role back in 2015, Karen decided to start her own business in Rotherham. A couple of years later, she went on to open her own curtain and fabrics shop, Karma Curtains in Doncaster and has continued to trade successfully ever since.

The name of the shop, Karma Curtains derived from using the first three letters of her first name and first two letters of her second name – Karma. The meaning of Karma – what goes around comes around. This is true for Karen, as she has created a business based on her past roles/career and is able to run her own business based on what she is passionate about – window dressings for your home and business.

The little curtain shop on Scot Lane in Doncaster city centre carries a huge choice of window dressings, specialising in great customer service, a great choice of colours, patterns and fabrics whilst at the same time remaining competitively priced.

Karen was fortunate to receive business support from Business Doncaster and financial support through the Economic Recovery Grant (ERG).

This additional funding enabled her to upgrade her website and create an area for online ordering, purchase a steam iron and board, a laptop and a sewing machine so she can offer on-site alterations.

If you are passionate about curtains, nets, voiles and ornaments then Kama Curtains is the right place for you.

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