Eco Clothing Company Founder Talks About Challenges

Cherub“The challenges in becoming a worldwide company lie in the barriers to free trade, even to Canada. The process of import/export duties is ridiculously complex and convoluted. I would sell through more countries, but I just don’t have time to sort through all the regulations.,” says Mary W. Farrell, founder of Cherub’s Blanket, a home-based business in Shaker Heights that sells organic cotton baby blankets and baby clothes.

In an interview with Fresh Water,  Farell says that she always wanted to keep environmental factors in mind while driving her various entrepreneurial ventures.

“I’ve always been an entrepreneur. I’ve developed money making ventures for as long as I can remember. From shoveling sidewalks, to baking cookies, to designing eco-fashion, then into organic cotton baby blankets — the dream has always been the same: Making money through my own means, drive and will,” she says.

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