In this sponsored post, Kim Persson of Renovation Matters talks about her love of property transformations, and her experience as a woman in business.
KIM Persson has been working in the renovation industry since July 2015.
“My business, Renovation Matters, opened in December 2021 to help customers maximise their sales results when selling, or help upgrade their homes to their choice and lifestyle if they are wanting to stay,” she says.
“I love property, I always have and I get the biggest kick out of the amazing transformations we do, seeing our before and afters.
“I also enjoy the gratification of happy and satisfied clients. If anything is not completed to a customer’s satisfaction I will help adjust and change it until they are happy.”
Kim says she finds being a woman in business invigorating, challenging, educational and very rewarding.
“It’s wonderful to meet so many people in all the areas of business, including customers, suppliers, co-workers, business partners, networking groups and support staff,” she says.
“I have been fortunate enough to find great tradesmen and women who take pride in their work and do a fabulous job for me and my clients.
“I encourage other women who are looking at starting a business to follow their passion. Don’t expect it to be a walk in the park, running a small business is challenging in many ways, however also very rewarding.
“Seek help when required, and try to get a good balance of work and free time.”
Renovation Matters. Call 0427 696662, or visit renovationmatters.com.au
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