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Glory Haus, Inc. Achieves Success Based on Strong Foundation

May 15, 2015

This article is number 12 in a series of profiles of the Cobb Chamber’s 2015 Top 25 Small Businesses of the Year. Check back with Chamber Ink everyday in May for a new profile on a different Top 25 Business. We will wrap up the series on June 1 with the announcement of the 2015 Small Business of the Year.

gloryhaus_logoWhat can you do in six years? It’s a relatively short amount of time to take $3,500 and turn it in to an $8+ million company, but that’s exactly what Glory Haus, Inc. owner Molly Holm did. Glory Haus aims to change lives through their work, art and relationships, ultimately making art that is more meaningful than just a picture on the wall. Their success has come from remaining true to their brand – staying focused on who they are, their audience, their loyal customers, and the simple principle of glorifying God in everything they do.

With their success, Glory Haus has been able to give back to the community with their time and talent, as well as monetary and product donations. They have partnered with many faith-based organizations, schools, youth programs, government, health care and non-profit organizations.

Doors have continually been opened for Glory Haus, leading to several strategic partnerships with celebrities like Third Day, Trista Sutter from ABC’s The Bachelorette and author Annie Downs, broadening their customer base and expanding the brand. With such rapid growth, Glory Haus put systems in place early to stabilize the company moving forward, setting up for an even more successful future.

Business profile:

Owners: Molly Holm

Industry: Home Décor

Year Established: 2008

Location: Marietta

Number of Employees: Full-time: 32, Part-time: 14, Sub-contractors: 42

Percentage of Growth in 2014: 31%

Did You Know?: Glory Haus opened a factory in India for product sourcing and sponsors a missionary couple to manage the factory, employing 40 indigenous Indian women which allows them to provide for their families.


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