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Meet Rebekah Cadena of Noemy in San Gabriel Valley

Today we’d like to introduce you to Rebekah Cadena.

Rebekah, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I have always loved fashion and trying new things and I always wanted to start my own business. I contemplated the idea of opening up a business for about 2-3 years. In November of 2019, I finally launch Noemy which, at the time, was just a jewelry line. It wasn’t until I got inspired by street apparel that I decided to introduce clothing garments to my consumers. Fast forward to March 2020, I launched the tie dye sets which turned into a huge blessing and what has allowed me to grow Noemy to where it is today.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
I would say for the most part it’s been a smooth road, thankfully but I think there are always going to be struggles in any field you are in. It’s how you react to those obstacles and challenges that determine the wins and losses. Even if it’s a bad day or a stressful day at the office, I always try to focus on what I am able to control and let God handle the rest. With Him on my team, I’ll always win.

Noemy – what should we know? What do you do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
Noemy first started out as solely a jewelry endeavor and that later expanded into comfy streetwear apparel – that is going to be our niche as we continue to expand. I would say that I’m most proud of how fast we are growing – just goes to show that people are really loving what we are bringing to the table. It really is true that when you put in the work, you will see the rewards. Noemy isn’t like these other fast fashion companies – we pride ourselves on quality, customer service, and turnaround time. We value the entire customer experience as a whole and if a customer isn’t satisfied, we try our best to rectify that situation. I truly believe that is what is going to set us apart from a lot of these major companies.

What is “success” or “successful” for you?
Personally, I like to set goals for myself and Noemy and when I reach those goals I feel accomplished. My goals may seem low or too high for other people but I think it is important to hold yourself accountable to certain standards and goals so that you have something to reach for. I do not necessarily think just because you’re making a bunch of money, you are successful. From a financial standpoint, yes you are but if you are looking for all-around success, the financial aspect is just one part. Success to me means, the business is doing good, my family is safe and healthy, my spirit and well being are good. I don’t just want to make money, I want a well-balanced life.

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