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15 August, 2019
The story about Baeba Part 2


This is a 2nd part of the whole story, you should read the previous.

So we decided for Baeba to be beautiful and smart. And that every girl, woman or even a man coming in our little society would feel like that.
We were optimistic, brave and we really believed in our success. Without that, I think, Baeba wouldn't exist today.

In November we attended a conference on women's entrepreneurship. We rented a stand on which we would premiere our planners. The stand was beautiful (we put a loooooooot of effort in it) - we had Beaba merchandise, nice chic outfits for ourselves, we even made pink dotted cupcakes on custom made muffin stand. 




But we had no planners.

Not everything went as planned. Did we give up? Off course not! We made prints of our 5 covers and made them like samples, so people visiting our stand would at least see in live what awaits them. It was the right choice not to give up, to present ourselves and Baeba at the event. We were accepted very well, and we were very proud of ourselves and happy AF, flying!!!!!!

What happened with the planners? Well that is a new story for a new blog :)

15 August, 2019
The story about Baeba Part 1

How did the Baeba story start?

There were two young women drinking coffee and there was and idea.

For real? There we were Ana & Kristina. We were coworkers in a marketing agency and we both left the job. So we were sitting at Kristina's, on a sunny afternoon in September 2014, drinking coffee and chatting, when an idea struck - why don't we make our own planner for women. Why not? We left our job, but we both had our own companies (we had to in order to work in the agency) and we were the perfect creative duo - one a marketing expert and the other one a graphic designer.


So where to start? We had nothing but an idea.

So we started a Facebook page, which was also our first selling tool. And we started a search for someone mad enough to accept to print our planners - we are speaking about the fact that it was already September and all we had was an idea. We had no clue about which materials we would use, the number of pages our planners will have, we had no design whatsoever ...

And most important - we had no public to address. So we also had to decide , how are we going to address the women, what will the point and the motto of Baeba be, who will a Baeba woman be?

More about the Baeba beginnings and the obstacles on our way in the next blog ...