KC Business Journal Interviews ULAH Co-owners Buck and Joey

KC Business Journal Interviews ULAH Co-owners Buck and Joey

"If you take that idea of failure and turn it into just thinking about learning, it changes your perspective," he said. "And suddenly, what you thought was risky doesn't feel risky." - Buck Wimberly

The Kansas City Business Journal interviewed ULAH co-owners Buck Wimberly and Joey Mendez.

"Buck Wimberly and Joey Mendez don't consider themselves big risk takers, but in 2016 they quit their jobs at Halls and Hallmark Cards Inc. to launch Ulah, a men's apparel/lifestyle boutique and interior design firm at Westwood's Woodside Village. For the two business and life partners, the Kansas City-based creative giant and its department store gave them the confidence and skills to step out on their own and fill a gap in the local market — a boutique that takes a holistic approach to meet the needs of men's multidimensional lives. In addition to furniture and home accents, Ulah sells suit separates, activewear, athleisure, accessories for travel, and gifts. Its assortment includes local, regional, national and international brands."

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