The Startup That Conquered Facebook Sales
Temple has created an innovative U.S.-based manufacturing process and supply chain that feed off the brand's social-media cues to maximize efficiency. That mechanism seems likely to be adaptable to any number of products and services. Unlikely as it may seem, Temple's company may just represent the beginning of the next e-commerce revolution.
Lolly Wolly Doodle Children's Clothing
As the Mom of three girls, I know how hard it is to find appropriate clothing for them. My teenager may be a lost cause at this point (although, I draw the line at belly shirts!), but that doesn’t mean I have to cave and dress my baby girls in skinny jeans and booty shorts because that’s all I can find at the mall. Just like many of my Mom friends, I still think it’s important to dress our little girls like little girls.
Finding cute and fashionable threads for your children to wear that won’t break the bank is a task these days. With Lolly Wolly Doodle, you’re able to find trends perfect for any time of year for girls and boys of any age.
Sepich, Temple receive honor from publication
Two Davidson County women were recognized for their success, leadership and other outstanding achievements at the 2013 Women in Business awards given by the Triad Business Journal on April 26
The Triad's 2013 Women in Business honorees
Each year, we at The Business Journal are inspired as we read through the nominations that come in for our annual Women in Business awards program. Though it has been 14 years since we launched this program, we continue to be amazed at the accomplishments, engagement and contributions of our the entire pool of nominees.
Fun Looks For Toddler Girls
It’s official – my youngest daughter is now a toddler. She has been for some time now, but the reality hit me the other day as she was running around getting into everything and then breaking out into a song the next. Full of energy with many ups and downs in between she is a burst of sunshine that is also turning out to be a fashionable one.
Lolly Wolly Doodle: Classic and Contemporary Clothing for Kids
I can’t tell you how excited I was when I was introduced to Lolly Wolly Doodle. Their children’s fashions are the perfect combination of contemporary, yet classic. The southern girl in me couldn’t help but drool over all of the smocking, chevron, shortalls, monograms, bows, and appliques. (They even have a few college football accessories!)
Plan Your Kid's Holiday Outfit
Deck your tot in a two-piece Chevron jumper or bunny outfit for Easter.
Small Business Shoutout: Lolly Wolly Doodle
Brandi Temple is the founder of Lolly Wolly Doodle. She launched the online children's clothing boutique from her garage, and her company is now the largest business in the world transacting on Facebook, with 85% of the company's sales coming straight from the social media platform.
Search `Holy Grail' of Internet Advertising
Lolly Wolly Doodle is building a Facebook following with cute content.
30 Startup People To Watch This Year
Brandi Temple is a stay-at-home mom-turned entrepreneur. But her COO, Emily Hickey, has quite the entrepreneurial background. Hickey was the 14th employee at Hot Jobs and eventually went on to launch Photoshelter with a few of her co-workers from Hot Jobs.
30 Startup People to Watch This Year
"Brandi Temple was about to sell off her startup because it became so successful, it was too much for her to handle alone. She was a stay-at-home mom and a great seamstress, and it was hard for her to fill all the orders that were coming in.
Made in NC: Lolly Wolly Doodle
Brandi Temple started Lolly Wolly Doodle in her home as an Ebay store creating cute, affordable clothing for kids.
Then, in 2010 she began marketing on Facebook.
Lolly Wolly Doodle has mastered selling on Facebook - and your business can too
Do you know Lolly Wolly Doodle? Facebook sure does and so do the more than 400,000 fans the company has built on Facebook.
Lolly Wolly Doodle: Pure Fun
Lolly Wolly Doodle. Even the name sounds fun. This on-line clothing boutique from Lexington, NC has an inspiring story about a mom who started with an ebay store and grew her clothing company over Facebook.
Lolly Wolly Doodle’s Brandi Temple Talks Facebook-Fueled, Real-Time Retail
When you have a name like Lolly Wolly Doodle, it’s hard not to get some kind of attention.