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Merchant Spotlight – Cyberstar Starship And His London Store by Jas (Blog 26)

September 13, 2012 • Merchant Spotlight

Cyber`s YDEA franchise store in Mayfair
 
Cyber Starship is very honest when he admits that the thing that made him first consider a London Sims store was the fact his ex had a few shops here. He says, though, that he quickly realised that London was the best place, and that the customers he needed were right here. Having had stores in other places, he was amazed to see how much more profit he made in his first month in our Mayfair sim.
Cyber outside his Mayfair store
His YDEA franchise here is still doing great business, and he has a theory about why. He says that whereas other sims may cater for “newbie” tastes, he feels that the more established avatar who appreciates “quality” is more likely to shop in the London Sims. He also says, though, that he feels the YDEA brand are well-made clothes that are affordably priced, which definitely helps sales.
I check out the YDEA products in Cyber`s store (above)
When asked what his plans for  future business` in London  are, Cyber  talks about his new Freebie Mall. He says this is something he is very passionate about, because he is trying to concentrate on helping others in Second Life at the moment.
He also drops a hint about a new menswear store which he will be opening soon.
He says he is a very happy London Sims tenant, and plans to continue expanding his business` here.
Cyber shows me one of his spaceships
About Cyberstar Starship
 
Cyber started Second Life in November 2006, when a friend told him about the amazing technology that our virtual world has to offer. Originally he designed and built spacecrafts (which is still a great passion). Now he has expanded into franchises too, and has also been recently taken on as a member of the London Team . He thinks some of the strangest things he has seen in Second Life are space related. He says that he advises everyone “with time to spare” to come and check out what is on offer here. He adds that he believes that Second Life is better than Facebook and Twitter combined.

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