In 1936, Madam Bache launched the Ella bache skincare brand. Today, it’s a global empire, run by her great niece Pippa Hallas who shares her amazing business journey with host Tim Reid.
32 year-old Melanie Perkins shares what’s made Canva such a valuable brand | Timbo announces an amazing gest for next week’s episode | Another motivated listener wins over $1,000 worth of prizes
Michelle Bridges shares how to build a strong personal brand | Some amazing marketing ideas shared by listener Laura | A past guest gets some TV coverage
331 – Spell & the Gypsy Collective’s Lizzy Abegg on how she (and her sis) built a multi-million dollar Byron Bay fashion empire.
8 years ago, Lizzy Abegg had an epiphany that she needed to move to Byron Bay to help her little sister grow a struggling jewelry business. Well, that business is now called Spell & the Gypsy Collective … and it’s a multi-million dollar fashion empire.
Imagine running a business based on happiness – that’s what Naomi Simson decided to try when she left a serious corporate career to set up online experience retailer RedBalloon in 2001. Since then RedBalloon has sold 1.8 million experiences and has been named a BRW Great Place to Work four times running. Naomi received the 2008 National Telstra Business Women’s Awards for Innovation and the 2011 Ernst and Young Industry Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Not a bad little effort, huh?!
PLUS in this episode of the Small Business Big Marketing show, I have a whinge about three things that annoy me with email etiquete, share the hot topics that are being talked about in the Small Business Big Marketing Forum and read some listener feedback (there’s plenty coming in, let me tall you!).