ONLINE: Owner of Fech Jayden Baldwin has taken his range online.
ONLINE: Owner of Fech Jayden Baldwin has taken his range online. Paul Donaldson BUN060717FECH4

Online expansion has business taking off

FECH, a clothing store for all ages and sizes, is booming - so much so that it's branched out to the world wide web.

Owner Jayden Baldwin spoke with the NewsMail after it mistakenly reported the clothing store had closed its doors.

Mr Baldwin said it was quite the opposite after the expansion to online happened one month ago.

He said the internet saw people from places such as Brisbane buying his clothing.

"We have something for everyone,” he told the NewsMail.

"From the elderly to just about anybody.”

The 18-year-old said the store was idea for those who felt a lack of self confidence.

"We get a lot of mummies in who are worried about their tummies,” he said.

"We have clothing that helps complement that.”

He said the message for "people heading out for a night on the town was to look at Fech first”.

Mr Baldwin said he was a bit an entrepreneur and Fech wasn't his first business.

"I also have the Alacrity magazine which I have great staff helping me with,” he said.

The store is found on Targo St and is open 10am - 5pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10am - 6pm Thursday and 10-2pm Saturday.



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