Support and Training
Bahram Hakakian has spent years building, managing, and perfecting the Barami business model and operating structure. Since starting the business, Mr. Hakakian has wholesaled his clothing products to major retailers like Neiman Marcus, and has learned the business from the inside out. The company has been expanding recently with the addition of the sister brand – Patrizia Luca. Barami has two pending leases to open additional company-owned stores in Westchester, NY and Atlanta, GA. The feedback gained from these units, along with the flagship locations in the Greater New York Metro and Atlanta, will be used as a Launchpad to begin franchising as a vehicle of growth. We will unify the franchisees under a common system and name and will provide the keys to success that Bahram and his team have gained throughout their years in the fashion world.
Operating Prototype - Multiple strong operating units located in multiple markets that have been extremely successful from a financial standpoint.
Operationally Sound - The Barami model is operationally structured to run smoothly with few employees and a reasonable workload for an owner operator. Workflows, process management, and experience in the field will allow for the Barami model to be replicated easily with new franchise partners.
Adaptable Nationally - The Barami model is certainly adaptable nationally. It will be dependent on a higher end consumer market, but there are markets across the U.S. that fit the profile of Barami.
Teachable to Others - A Barami franchisee will benefit from a system that can be grasped easily by an intelligent and motivated franchisee with an affinity for the fashion business.
Integrity and Commitment - Barami operates with a high level of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to strong client service. Franchisees will be required to follow in this same core philosophy for the operation of their locations (as this is one of the key differentiators between Barami and other retail outlets).
AREAS OF SUPPORT INCLUDE:
BARAMI will also continue ongoing research and development, which will stream down to each franchise location. With these great areas of support, becoming a franchisee of BARAMI could not be easier!
The ideal candidate will have strong communication skills and will operate with complete integrity. He or she will benefit from a background in management and experience in the fashion industry.
Someone who is outgoing and is motivated will also be a great fit for the BARAMI team. A franchise owner, in general, should have strong sales abilities, high personal standards, and some experience in the business.
There was nothing but laughter and friendly conversation at the opening party for Patrizia Luca Milano at The Westchester in White Plains. But when you’re surrounded by marvelous fashion, it’s hard not to revel.
The women’s clothing and accessories brand is the brainchild of three sisters – Neda, Nika and Nora. (It’s owned by their father, Bahram Hakakian – the man behind the Barami brand that first made a splash in the 1980s.) The sisters envisioned a brand that was both affordable and uncompromisingly stylish and could suit any activity, whether work or play, and any woman, from millennials to ladies of a certain vintage.
As is often the case with sisters, the three are best friends whose personalities complement one another, reflecting the eclecticism of the fashions. The trio may own the same blouse or dress, Neda says, but they each wear the piece differently, tailoring it to fit their own personal styles. Referring to themselves as “NH3,” the sisters are the epitome of what their fun brand embraces.
And as for the name, Patrizia Luca Milano, Neda says, “It’s just like Victoria. It’s a secret.”
With BARAMI – You can Change People’s Lives AND Build an Amazing Business,
The Time Is Now To Change YOUR Life.
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