Dresseasy Clothing Inspired by Lacey Shea designs functional, high quality clothing for people with special needs such as those with stiff limbs, broken arms, people in aged care or those suffering with dementia or autism. Dresseasy Clothing Inspired by Lacey Shea is based at Munno Para West and has grown from initially specialising in making children’s wear to catering for all sizes.
“It is worth a chat and they are more than willing to help or point you in the right direction. I have actually referred a couple of people to the Polaris Centre and it has helped them, they were more than happy” – Dresseasy Clothing Inspired by Lacey Shea designer Kay Rault
“We were on a very limited budget and needed a little bit of direction, as we were struggling to get the marketing right,” said Dresseasy Clothing Inspired by Lacey Shea designer Kay Rault. “We participated in the (Polaris Centre’s) Mentoring for Success program and we’ve found that Geoff Haygreen (business advisor, city development) has been very good.”
“Geoff has helped us get our website sorted and he’s helped us with our marketing area. We are now much more hands on. We are getting out there and talking to people and meeting with people. Because we don’t have a shopfront and are purely online, we want to let people know who we are and what we are about.”
Kay followed her Mentoring for Success enrolment with a selection of free informative programs.
“Through the Polaris Centre I was introduced to a solid networking group,” she said. “The Polaris networking group has been invaluable in allowing me to meet and mix with many new and well established businesses within Salisbury and the surrounding area. They are all only too willing to help and guide me to a successful business. Many of my business contacts have come through the Polaris Centre.”
“Dresseasy Clothing Inspired by Lacey Shea will continue to be associated with the Polaris Centre as I have found their support has strengthened our business,” Kay added.