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These 2 Mum’s Ran a Malaysian Alterations Empire for 16 Years

These 2 Mum’s Ran a Malaysian Alterations Empire for 16 Years
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Before the year 2002, the few ways one could get their clothes altered in Kuala Lumpur after a shopping spree was to drive up to their neighbourhood alteration shop operated by a part-time seamstress in her home.

While there was nothing particularly wrong with the way that alterations were being conducted, Za Altera founders Cheryl Cheah and Susan Liew realized that there was a huge gap in the market for such needs. 

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3 Comments

  1. Good read 😁

  2. What a pleasant read!

  3. Dash Dhakshinamoorthy

    Great entrepreneurial story! Well done to the two amazing ladies!

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