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Small Business

Growing Opportunities

We nurture small businesses so that they can grow with measured intention.

Flint & Kent is passionate about retail, in all its forms, and has over 25 years in retail and product development. F&K can help shopkeepers and start-ups alike with brand positioning, assortment analysis, product mix, and design direction, while creating and building inspiring merchandising stories, or fine-tune existing ones.

 

DIXON RYE

Flint & Kent works with Dixon Rye founder Bradley Odom to bring his maxim “Buy fewer, better things” to life. As Odom executes his vision for his new home retail and interior design studio in Atlanta, F&K is at his side, scouting new artisans and vendors, and connecting him with industry partners. F&K and Odom also work together to refine merchandising concepts and plan for Dixon Rye’s strategic growth.

 

DBO HOME

Husband-and-wife team Daniel Oates and Dana Brandwein make "handmade modern heirlooms" in their studio in rural Connecticut. Flint and Kent consults with them on their operations, planning and brand positioning, coaching them for future growth. 

TURNSTYLE

When it opened in 2016, TurnStyle, an underground marketplace in a passageway at NYC’s Columbus Circle that serves 90,000+ daily commuters, earned considerable media attention for its innovative design (by Architecture Outfit) and its mix of eateries and retailers. We consulted with the real estate developer, Oases Development, to support its vision of bringing emerging shopkeepers and eateries to the Upper West Side and helped curate and solicit independent tenants