Published on November 16, 2022 by Morgan Black
Brock School of Business junior entrepreneurship major Grace Gamboa is an affiliate in the Samford Startup student-led business incubator. Through the program, Gamboa has launched her business, Reclamation, an online clothing store that is missioned towards reminding girls and women that you are redeemed through Christ.
Reclamation means “ the cultivation of the wasteland” which embodies the brand perfectly by leaving the reminder that the Lord is always growing us from what we thought was a wasteland.
How has Brock School of Business and the Samford Startup program helped you launch your business?
Brock School of Business has helped me grow and develop my business by offering me courses that educate me on the key components of a business and apply them to Reclamation.
Looking to the future, what do you envision for your business?
Looking to the future, I am so excited to expand what I have already created. I am working on launching a new collection that will behold more uniqueness amongst each piece. I envision Reclamation being a vessel of truth.
How can the Samford and Birmingham communities learn more about your business?
Learn more about Reclamation at shopreclamation.online.
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