Meet ultimate #girlboss Sarah Rebbani, born and raised in Strasbourg, has only been in Montreal for five years and already opened her very own medical aesthetic clinic in the Griffintown area.
She studied International Business in Strasbourg, France and decided to move to Montreal (the only french province) in order to live an outsider experience.
After spending three years in Montreal, she decided to re locate to Switzerland. There she learned about the art of aesthetics and cosmetic surgery which fascinated her. Seeing an opportunity in the market, she decided to move back to Montreal, learn about kinesitherapy and open her own clinic!
photo credit - Eve Lavoie
Mediluxe launched in August in the Griffintown area, and has a been sensation ever since!
[Our mission] is to keep you looking and feeling young, to sculpt your body to a youthful shape, and to provide uncompromising service.
Did you always know you wanted to open your own company?
I've always wanted to own my own company, I've always been ambitious and have always wanted to progress and build my empire. Every day I wake up with a new objective in mind and work on attaining it.
What was the hardest part about opening your clinic?
Finding the perfect location for the clinic, making sure that all our technicians were up to standard, and creating the perfect team to fit the vision of the company.
photo credit - @clinique.mediluxe
How do you differentiate yourself in the market?
The location is key! Our team worked very hard to create a unique environment and design that meets our client's needs. As well as our technology and exclusive services offered.
What advice can you give young girls that want to start their own business?
When you want to open your own company and be your own boss you need to know that it is a 24 hour job. There are no days off, nobody to replace you. Even when you're not at work, you're constantly thinking of new ways to improve your business, understanding your target market etc. You are constantly learning and you need to be willing to put in your 300% in order to succeed.
What are your future plans/collaborations?
I have many plans in mind, but I only want to collaborate with people who share the same vision as me.
What does it mean for you to be a #girlboss?
A woman who is ambitious, who is always progressing without excuses, others want to be like her. She is in competition with herself and works to build her empire.
Cover Photo credit - Eve Lavoie
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