Case study: Letslileet / Aliya Khadijah Abdul Razak ... [et al.]

Abdul Razak, Aliya Khadijah and Abu Bakar, Haikal and Shamsul Aizat, Nadia and Ab Halim, Puteri Nur Najwa and Yusni, Siti Nur Khairunnisa and Mohd Zani, Siti Sarah (2021) Case study: Letslileet / Aliya Khadijah Abdul Razak ... [et al.]. [Entrepreneurship Project] (Unpublished)


Letslileet is a partnership business that sells cotton shawls as one of the essentials in fashions for Muslim women after seeing online business opportunities in Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Darul Ehsan when demand arises. The business is headquartered in Ampang, Kuala Lumpur and it is owned by the three siblings which are Nur Amyra Syafiqah binti NorHisham, Nur Afiqa Saffia binti NorHisham and Nur Qaisara Dania binti NorHisham. Before venturing into the scarves business for Muslimah fashion, they had experience in handling a preloved business called BajubySeas for a year before starting the Letslileet firm. The management of Letslileet consist of the three owners with different roles. Nur Amyra Syafiqah is responsible in handling the logistics, create ideas, act as advisor while Nur Afiqa Saffia is accountable on the business’s financial. The third owner, Nur Qaisara Dania is dependable to work on the graphic designs, photography and publicity.
Letslileet serves the market by providing the needs and wants of the customers as they have identified that customers are hopping into the trend of cotton shawl styles which also serves benefits like ironless and easy-to-shape shawls. To keep the consumer relationship going, the business also offered free deliveries for certain occasions and also providing giveaways for lucky customers or future clients. Letslileet marketing strategy is to focus solely on the affordable price and printed cotton shawls which are high in demand within the youngsters nowadays.
Selling scarves has always been a requirement in the market as it is categorized as one of the necessities for Muslim women. Ampang is a place where people are so preoccupied with their professions and daily lives that they don't have time to go shopping. The head scarf is worn by about five million of the country's seventeen million Muslims, or roughly half of Muslim women based on article by The New Yorker on an interview with Vivy Yusof. Thus, this can be seen as opportunity because the population of Muslim citizens is the most widely practised religion in Malaysia and are indeed increasing.
Lastly, as a start-up business, Letslileet will continue with the current labor and dividing specific duty especially to help in the packing and delivery services. They are expecting to hire workers in the upcoming year once their finance is secured. The business also plan to improve their client base and upgrade the developed ones through social media. Finally, Letslileet are seeking a higher operating line to finance the first year growth. The owners have invested RM 500 to meet working capital requirements.


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