Alli Reed, owner and founder of Stratia Skincare, has been hanging out on Reddit for more than a decade. But when she first entered that online social space, she never dreamed it would become a launching pad for her company. Find out how she used the power of the platform to build a multi-million dollar business on this episode.
Zip Allen, Chief Digital Officer for Taco Bell, knows a thing or two about how to deliver for customers. From the drive-thru to the app, to a new subscription service, she explains that understanding the customers wants and needs is the first step to making their experience better all around.
Kelley Higney, Founder and CEO of Bug Bite Thing, started her business selling products at her daughter’s bake sales and now Bug Bite Thing is in more than 25,000 stores and has the backing of Shark Tank shark, Lori Grenier. Learn how Kelley went from point A to Point B — and all the micro points in between — on this episode.
Erica Buxton, the President of Hello Bello, and Jessica Tennant, the senior vice president of marketing at Hello Bello, have helped the company not only build its brand voice and connection to its customers, but also its first U.S. factory. Hear the story on this episode.
Sarah Kleinman, Vice President of Digital Experience at The North Face, knows that a brand is only as strong as the foundation it’s built on. But what are the main data points, backend tools, and content strategies brands should focus on? Learn the answers on this episode.
Gail Becker, founder and CEO of CAULIPOWER, discusses how her unique upbringing inspired her to build a revolutionary brand in the frozen food industry.
Caila Schwartz, the senior manager of consumer insights and strategy at Salesforce, gives us an insiders look at exactly what trends and data companies should be paying attention to as 2021 comes to a close, and what strategies they need to shift right now to set themselves up for success in 2022.
Jiake Liu co-founder and CEO of Outer, discusses finding opportunities in the outdoor furniture space and then finding unique ways to solve problems and differentiate products in order to become a leader in the industry.
Steven Borrelli, CEO & Founder of CUTS, didn’t have an easy road getting his company off the ground. He explains all the lessons he learned and how other brands can create an efficient and constantly-growing business by using the well-known flywheel method.
Learn how Orlando Zayas, CEO of Katapult, is creating more buying options for non-prime customers and what that increased access could mean for brands.