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Women in Retail Talks Podcast

Have an idea that you want to transform into a startup company? The content featured in this category offers you the opportunity to learn about the stories of how women design, launch and run their own businesses. Get tips, actionable advice, and other valuable information from women who have been there and done that, helping to turn your dream into a reality.

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TULA Answers Consumer Demand for Clean, Probiotic-Powered Skincare

In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, WIRLC Co-Founder Melissa Campanelli interviews Savannah Sachs, CEO, and Dr. Roshini Raj, MD, co-founder of TULA Skincare, the clean and effective skincare brand powered by probiotics and superfoods to help you feel confident in your skin. Listen in as Raj discuss why she launched the brand after seeing the effect of probiotics on skin health, and Sachs shares why she joined TULA and what she's focused on as the brand's CEO.

Duration: 23:20
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Annual Report 2020: National Women’s Business Council

The National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) was established in 1988 by H.R. 5050, the Women’s Business Ownership Act. The legislation also eliminated remaining state laws requiring a woman to have a male relative or husband co-sign a business loan; established the Women’s Business Center Program through the Office of Women’s Business Ownership at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA); and required the U.S. Census Bureau to include women-owned C corporations when reporting data.

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Rowan's Founder on Elevating the Ear Piercing Experience With Safety and Celebration

In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Senior Content Strategist Ashley Chiaradio interviews Louisa Serene Schneider, founder and CEO of Rowan, a unique ear piercing experience. Schneider discusses how her nieces' ear piercing experiences inspired her to start the business, and how Rowan's business model is marrying safety with celebration for a unique ear piercing experience

Duration: 15:07
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Recurrent Involves Teens in its Business to Engage Gen Z

In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Senior Content Strategist Ashley Chiaradio interviews Tamar Rosenthal, co-founder of Recurrent, an eco-conscious, safe and effective personal care products company helping teenagers establish better hygiene routines. Listen in as Rosenthal discusses why she launched Recurrent; why it was important to her to create a company for young adults, by young adults; and the innovative ways the brand involves teens in its day-to-day business.

Duration: 8:58
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Primally Pure's CEO on Motivating Employees Through Self-Care Days

In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Senior Content Strategist Ashley Chiaradio interviews Bethany McDaniel, founder and CEO of Primally Pure, a holistic skincare and wellness brand that handcrafts natural and nontoxic products with a whole-person approach to well-being for skin, body and mind. Listen in as McDaniel shares Primally Pure's holiday marketing strategy; how she's keeping her team motivated, including hosting a self-care day for employees; and more.

Duration: 16:50
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How Perksy's Founder is Revolutionizing Consumer Research

In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Co-Founder Melissa Campanelli interviews Nadia Masri, founder and CEO of Perksy, a next-generation consumer insights platform that powers real-time research with everyday people through contextual, in-the-moment mobile research. (Perksy was named the winner of Women in Retail Leadership Circle's very first Retail Tech Startup Challenge, which took place at last month’s Women in Retail Leadership Days virtual event.)

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AnaOno's Founder on True Inclusion in Intimates for Breast Cancer Survivors

In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Digital Content Manager Kristina Stidham interviews Dana Donofree, founder and CEO of AnaOno, an intimates line exclusively designed for women that have had reconstructive surgery post-breast cancer. Donofree discusses her personal experience with breast cancer, why it led her to create a line of bras for other women going through a cancer diagnosis, and how AnaOno bras are unique from others on the market.

Duration: 21:25
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Help Us Celebrate National Women’s Small Business Month

Did you know that October is National Women’s Small Business Month? Every October, the Small Business Administration celebrates the contributions and successes of our nation’s women small business owners. The 10 million women-owned businesses in the U.S. hold tremendous value, generating $1.4 trillion in revenue and employing 8.4 million people, according to the National Women’s...

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