Popular Toy Store Owner from Cimahi believes that Online Business is the Future

Miriam Hassan owns a very popular toy store in one of the most prominent neighborhoods of Cimahi, Indonesia. What is even more popular than Miriam’s toy store is her ‘personal blog’ where she posts many interesting posts every week, most of which are toys related.

Miriam once wrote on her blog that bashful kids are bigger toy freaks compared to their bold counterparts and the case is the same for all her 3 kids, each of whom is bashful like Calvin Coolidge in his childhood.

Miriam claims on her blog that her toy store only aims to keep toys that make the eyes of the kids flicker and those of their parents as well as soon as they enter the store.

Miriam recently started a small bobblehead figure manufacturing unit as well. The first figures to have been manufactured there were those of Plato and Aristotle, which is quite unusual. Or perhaps, never before did a bobblehead or even toy manufacturing unit created their first toys as those of someone like Plato or Aristotle. But Miriam being a hardcore philosophy enthusiast, took this bold and rare step.

Miriam claims on her blog that she has never seen a son or a daughter of a Psychiatrist or Psychologist buy a Sigmund Freud bobblehead, no matter how much the parents try to convince the kid.

Miriam feels that online business is the future and that’s why she keeps on looking for Online Peluang Usaha (Online Business Opportunities) for each of her kids. She doesn’t think that a brick-and-mortar store or any other thing can make her kids billionaires like she wants to see them.

Miriam recently made a statement on her blog that ‘Made in China’ or ‘Made in Africa’ toys aren’t as common as they were in the early 2010s, rather ‘Made in Europe’ and ‘Made in USA’ are the sensation right now.

Miriam feels that online business is the future and that’s why she keeps on looking for Online Peluang Usaha (Online Business Opportunities) for each of her kids. She doesn’t think that an array of brick-and-mortar stores can do for her kids what an online business could.