Startup Scholars Profile: Hannah’s Shoebox

HS with IconsWhen Colette Glover-Hannah couldn’t find cute kids’ shoes to fit her 6-year-old daughter, the idea of Hannah’s Shoebox was born.

“After years of frustration in finding age-appropriate shoes for my daughter whose shoe size has matched her age since age six, and hearing the same despair from other parents, I decided to create something to eliminate this challenge,” Glover-Hannah said.

Hannah’s Shoebox is the only retailer to exclusively offer age-appropriate shoes to preteen and ‘tween girls who wear larger women’s sizes. The online store offers a variety of styles including boots, flats, dressy/casual sandals and those hard to find special occasion shoes with heels below two inches.

As a member of the Chamber’s 2015 Startup Scholars class, Glover-Hannah’s goal for her business this year is to build sustainable customer relationships.

“I hope to gain expert knowledge on building a secure foundation and the tools needed to grow a successful business,” she said. “The access to knowledge and networking opportunities through the (Startup Scholars) program will be invaluable to the continued growth and development of Hannah’s Shoebox.” is now open for business with shipping available to all 50 states in America, plus the District of Columbia. For additional information or to customize group or large shoe orders, email or call Colette Glover-Hannah at 813-435-8940. Customers can follow the online store on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter @hannahsshoebox and on Instagram @tweenshoes.

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