Tril­ogy con­tin­ues with sec­ond store

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Business - By DENISE S. CAHILL

TRIL­OGY clients and con­sumer buy­ing habits have prompted the 30-year-old Clare­mont busi­ness to open its Tril­ogy Clear­ance Bou­tique.

The Stir­ling High­way space that for­merly held Tril­ogy out­door fur­ni­ture and home­wares is now full of dis­con­tin­ued lines and slightly im­paired stock, all at a dis­count price.

Found­ing direc­tor San­dra Formica said pre­vi­ously Tril­ogy never held sales or dis­counted stock but clients had started ask­ing for sale items.

“Two years ago we floated the idea and we’ve just been weigh­ing up when was the right time to do it,” San­dra said.

Man­ag­ing direc­tor Tyler Formica said the Bou­tique would still carry ex­clu­sive lines that would reg­u­larly change but ev­ery­thing was dis­counted.

“We’re or­der­ing lines in es­pe­cially for the Bou­tique,” Tyler said.

“We’ve care­fully mon­i­tored the mar­ket, lis­tened to clients and looked at con­sumer buy­ing habits.

“We’ve signed an­other longterm lease and we wanted to con­tinue to grow the busi­ness and our way of do­ing that was open­ing the Bou­tique.

“This will be the cat­a­lyst for growth for years to come.”

Tyler said they would be go­ing over­seas in Jan­uary to purchase new stock for the main Tril­ogy store and the new bou­tique, with sup­pli­ers to match the lines.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie­mu­ni­ d463099

Tril­ogy man­ag­ing direc­tor Tyler Formica and his mother San­dra Formica, the found­ing direc­tor, with a new range of out­door fur­ni­ture.

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