Ownership & Management Change coming this Fall
After almost seven years in the business, Britt Lawson Corbett is thrilled to hand over the reigns of Muse Boutique & Bridal Studio to Kari Hammersley as of October 1, 2019.
Kari brings a wealth of knowledge in customer service and relationship management to her new venture, and is excited to come to work in the historic Bass Building.
With extensive and exiting growth since 2013, and a strategic move downtown last summer, Muse is poised to be a going and growing concern for years to come. “We’ve seen our customer base expand to all over Manitoba and our reach into Saskatchewan grows every season,,” Britt says.
So, what change will the public see? Nothing.
”I plan to maintain the overall business philosophy Britt has built around the experience of coming to Muse”, states Kari.
Kari and Britt will overlap for the month of September, and don’t be surprised to see Britt around the studio from time to time: ”I’m not leaving the wedding industry, so much as taking a pivot in a different direction. I’m maintaining my involvement in the Westman Wedding Expo as well as some other local events, and just generally heading in more of a marketing direction. So I’m never far away if Kari needs me.”
Britt wants to thank her entire family, business support team (bookkeeping, accounting, legal), past and present staff and clients, as well as her colleagues in the local wedding industry for their support of her small business.
Have questions about the transition? Reach out to Britt or Kari at the studio at 204-727-5248.