“Nika’s Niche, LLC” makes debut on world stage

"Nika's Niche, LLC" makes debut on world stage

"Nika's Niche, LLC" makes debut on world stage

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Fresh out the gate, new business Nika’s Niche, LLC is off to an exciting start. CEO Yunika Anderson is a big hearted, hard working business owner who is doing what she loves – hand making body care products and selling them to the world. Ask her and she will tell you it doesn’t feel like work at all. She puts so much love into her business, it’s no wonder it is already doing very well.

We caught up with Nika’s Niche, LLC’s CEO and here’s what she had to say:

Tell us a little bit about your background and how you ended up starting Nika’s Niche, LLC.

I’ve been a nurse for 8 years, a CPR Instructor for 5 years. I started dabbling in making sugar scrubs about a year ago and the process of creating a product that smelled good and moisturized my skin felt like heaven and gave me joy.

How do you personally define success?

I define success as, being able to make meaningful memories with my family and creating generational wealth.

"Nika's Niche, LLC" makes debut on world stage

What does success mean to you?

Success to me means, not having to stress about the small things and being able to enjoy life without regrets. It also means doing what you love has put you in position to feel that you’re not working, even though you are.

How do you differentiate yourself from others in your field?

The difference in my products is that I hand make everything with a sprinkle of love. I make all of my products as if I’m making them for myself.

What would you say was the single most influential factor in your business’ success?

The SINGLE most influential factor is my love for people.

Name 3 people in the business world who inspire you the most?

My parents- the true examples of starting from the bottom.

SupaCent- the way she stays true to who she is and her transparency is unmatched.

Arlene Culpepper – you may not see her but her moves, marketing skills, and connections can’t be touched. I’ve been saying it for years.