A 21-year-old says she’s earning £13,500 a month selling homemade jewelery from her bedroom – after starting her business with just £200 supplies from Amazon.
Young entrepreneur who waited five months before receiving a single order, splitting £200 on supplies from heroine in 2020.
But now claims she’s up for a six-figure salary, then earning £13,500 last month tiktok spread rapidly.
The knowledgeable student cuts costs by using social media to promote her products and never pays a penny on marketing.
His business account TikTok has 77.7k followers and 4.2 million likes, which rolls in 600 orders a month.
Tisha’s video reveals the quirkiest personalities the couples ordered for each other and she shows herself making jewelery with her own hands.
In the latest TikTok, she makes a bracelet that someone has engraved on the outside with “hot to hot sauce” for her girlfriend.
Other popular clips show engraved orders with some naughty variations of “Bloody Gorgeous You Are” and “I love you, good **** btw”.
Tisha had to delay her university degree for two years after starting her business and jewelery began flying off the shelves of her bedroom in their family home.
Now the young business lady is planning a thriving company with a degree in uni in September.
Tisha, from Wolverhampton, West Midlands, said: “I had always envisioned myself running a business, so I decided to do it.
“For the first five months, I paid £200 for my opening stock and then did not receive any orders. I was very stressed, thinking I made a mistake and wasted my time and money.
“When my videos started going viral, I got a lot of followers who became subscribers.
“All of a sudden I was getting so many orders, it was amazing.
“For anyone who wants to take a risk starting a business, I would say do it. If you want to do it, work hard and you’ll get what you want.”
The jewelry queen learned engraving and lettering through YouTube videos, beginning with a stamp and a hammer to imprint the shapes on the jewellery.
But he, doubting himself completely, waited for an order for five months.
She said: “In those five months, I got nothing. I was under a lot of stress.”
Ultimately Tisha’s social media skills were the business’s saving grace, and her decision not to spend money on marketing paid off.
Sales flooded as soon as his videos went viral on TikTok and Instagram.
Her shop now offers a wide variety of handmade jewelery and accessories for under £20.
May was Tisha’s best trading month ever – with £13,500 and over 600 orders.
The businesswoman bought an engraving machine when the business started, although she continues to operate a lamp from her bedroom in her family’s home.
She said: “Honestly, it’s so hard to make them all!
“I’m getting about 12 orders a day and I’m spending up to seven hours creating, packaging and shipping orders.”
And Tisha has even more of a vision — as she hopes to grow the business as she studies information management for business at UCL from September.
It has no plans to slow down and aims to make Chicago a six-figure business.
She said: “I think I’ll be hiring an accountant soon – I want to grow more. When I’ve finished my degree I want to try to open a physical store.
“I don’t know how I’ll do it but I’ll do it.”
Looking back on how much progress she’s made, she said: “I’m really proud that I took the risk. I feel great at what I’ve achieved.”