I had a dream (but no idea)

I had a dream (but no idea)

The book "I had a dream (but no idea)" is a book about how Bag-all came about. It is written by the owner and founder of Bag-all, Jennifer Jansch. It starts with her dream of having her own business, but not having any idea of what that might be. It leads us through the challenging times, the fun times, the obstacle people, the success, up until today.

Bag-all Book in "Bag of dreams" cotton pouch

Bag-all has come a long way, from Jennifers living room, to having her bags sold in over 25 countries world wide, a flagship store in Nolita, New York and owning her own printing factory in Brooklyn.

Jennifer believes we are all capable of fulfilling our dreams and goals. In this book you find out how. The book also comes in a super cute cotton bag with grosgrain closing and a handle with the text: "Bag of dreams". You can get your copy today here!

 



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