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“The success of our brand has been, from day one, that we've been about giving back… When you really hone in on why your brand has to exist, that's what drives success around it.”- Jenn HarperAward-winning social entrepreneur Jenn Harper is out here changing the world (and the beauty industry) for the better and showing that Indigenous people are business leaders, community leaders, and FABULOUS beauty icons!Jenn is not only the CEO and founder of the epic mission-driven, values-based beauty brand Cheekbone Beauty (I'm telling you right now, you NEED their lipgloss!), she's also an activist who regularly speaks to students about social entrepreneurship, empathy, and the history of her First Nations family. Jenn has woven sustainability and representation into the foundation of her brand, creating a “soft place to land” for people who crave community and are curious about culture.Tune in to learn why Jenn turned down a Dragon's Den deal (and why she doesn't regret it one bit), what she's learned from her biz idols, and why Cheekbone Beauty is LITERALLY a dream come true!In this episode of The Juicy CEO podcast, you'll discover: Why Indigenous people are the true OGs of sustainability — and why the rest of us need to listen to themHow Jenn knew that she was building something a LOT bigger than she expected (and what she did differently)What she does to stay balanced while changing the world About Guest: Jenn Harper is the founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty, a direct-to-consumer cosmetics company that helps Indigenous youth see themselves in a beauty brand. Cheekbone Beauty is committed to donating 2% of their revenue to organizations that support Indigenous people.Highlights: 01:51 Intro03:35 Meet Jenn Harper05:46 Brand ethos & values07:28 The Cheekbone Beauty dream10:39 Representation & culture13:12 Changing up the beauty world14:52 Entrepreneur's journey18:02 Getting into Sephora & “figuring it out”22:35 Feeling whole23:48 Raven Capital & the Creator26:50 Staying balanced29:52 Dragon's Den34:10 Cheekbone products & inspiration37:00 How to support Cheekbone Links To Visit:Jenn Harperhttps://www.cheekbonebeauty.comhttps://www.sephora.com/ca/en/brand/cheekboneInstagram: @cheekbonewarrior, @cheekbonebeautyMake sure you're subscribed to The Juicy CEO Podcast and leave a rating and review! To win some Juicy CEO Swag, take a screenshot, tag me on Instagram @moniquebryan_co, and use the hashtag #TheJuicyCEO on social media. Stay Connected: Instagram: @moniquebryan_co Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/JuicyBrandSquad
Episode 587 #LocationWeekly features Lowe's + Instacart partner on nationwide same day delivery, Wegman's shuts down self-checkout system on losses, Sephora to launch store of the future in Singapore + TPL Trakker rolls out at Krave Mart in Pakistan.
What do you do when everything you believed becomes a lie? Mindi had to grapple with this reality in her early 20s when she decided to leave a cult where she grew up. Listen how her passion for curiosity transformed the trajectory of her life. Mindi's courage and positivity will inspire you as she reminds us that an awesome life is built on creating awesome days. Listen to your intuition and pursue your dreams, one day at a time. Tangible Takeaways:Pick a goal, and set a 30-day challenge. Take one small step every day, and track your progress!Notice what you're good at, and lean into it! It may be your next adventure.When you have doubts and questions: that is a sign that your intuition is telling you something isn't right.Build in curiosity time. It brings up ideas and ways to make things better in life. Awesome days lead to an awesome lifestyle. Think about how to create a happy day, and a happy life is sure to follow. About Mindi Rosser:Mindi Rosser helps B2B business owners, thought leaders, and subject matter experts to start having great conversations with their audience, prospects, and peers based on trust, authenticity, and consistency on LinkedIn. She's worked within the agency world, with startups, and then decided to branch out to work directly with business leaders on their social presence, building thought leadership, and working with them to fill their pipelines with ideal clients using LinkedIn. As an entrepreneur, she values freedom and coloring outside the lines. She loves building systems that work on LinkedIn and testing them to generate results for her corporate and entrepreneurial clients. Connect with Mindi Rosser:Website: http://www.mindirosser.com Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mindirosserInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindirrosser/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindirossermarketing/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mindirosser/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MindiRosserMarketing About me:Karen Laos is a keynote speaker and leadership coach equipping women to stand out with unshakable confidence. She specializes in communication: executive presence and compelling messages. Karen champions female business leaders to own their value and find their voice so they can be seen and heard. She also works with teams to create cultures of trust and function at their best.Karen has coached leaders at Facebook, Google, Netflix, Uber, Sephora, Sony, Microsoft, Fidelity, Charles Schwab, Trip Advisor, Bacardi, Levi, and more. Karen's style is fun, encouraging and results-oriented. She immediately moves past the “fluff” and gets straight to the issue (just ask her clients). Connect with me:Website: https://www.karenlaos.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karenlaosofficial Facebook: Ignite Your Confidence with Karen Laos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/karenlaosconsultingLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenlaos/Clubhouse: @karenlaosEpisodes also available on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEwQoTGdJX5eME0ccBKiKng/videos
On this weeks Episode of Startup Diaries, Kyle sits down with Mark Ritson, the Founder of Marketing Week Mini MBA and global brand consultant for Louis Vuitton, Westpac, Sephora, Dom Perignon, Hennessy, Flight Centre and MANY more. Mark reveals how he bullshitted his way into Harvard Business School, consulting for Louis Vuitton and some of the biggest brands in the world, which marketing tactics to focus on in your startup, why no one gives a f*** about your brand and much more! 0:00 - Introduction 2:53 - To Go Or Not To Go To University As A Marketer... 11:20 - How Mark Bullshitted His Way Into Harvard Business School? 14:33 - Consulting For Louis Vuitton & Some Of The Biggest Brands In The World 24:45 - Why You Should Get Proper Training In Marketing... 31:00 - Which Marketing Tactics To Focus On In Your Startup 39:56 - No One Gives A F*** About Your Brand! 43:40 - The Perks Of Being Famous 1:11:20 - TikTok Is Shutting Down!? 1:16:14 - I Wish I Got Laid More! IT'S TAX TIME! GET YOUR TAX AUDIT INSURANCE HERE: BIZCOVER | https://www.bizcover.com.au/?utm_source=pivotal_conversations&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=podcast SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOIut6UUkQp-xI6YOs8SvWQ LISTEN ON SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/2nGZ292Mhf5eknEwhZA8zq?si=5ac423d2107d4781 LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/pivotal-conversations/id1479491840 FOLLOW PIVOTAL CONVERSATIONS: PODCAST: INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/pivotalconversations TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@pivotalconversations FOLLOW KYLE: INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/kylertraynor FOLLOW MARK: LINKEDIN | https://www.linkedin.com/in/markritson
When co-founders and partners Matthew Herman and David Kien started developing Boy Smells, they weren't exactly sure they had a brand. In fact, Herman said the process of making candles in their living room in 2016 was a side hustle. Both Herman and Kien were working in fashion at the time; Herman was a designer at Nasty Gal and Kien worked in production at The Elder Statesman. "We didn't have a ton of high aspirations for the brand when we first started it because we really wanted it to be a recreational little side hustle. It was in years two and three that we really started to get serious. We left our jobs. We were running the entire business out of the living room, then it was the living room and kitchen, and then the living room, kitchen and sunroom. All of a sudden, there was inventory in the hallways," said Herman on the latest episode of the Glossy Beauty Podcast. While "genderful" Boy Smells launched at Sephora this month, it first launched into retail via independent stores like Boy George in Austin and now closed Barneys New York, positioning the line as for a fashion savvy person but sold at a more accessible price. Equally thoughtful is the brand's perspective on collaborations. After the runway success of Boy Smells' Slowburn candle with singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves, it would have been easy for the team to take a rinse and repeat mentality to other partnerships. But Herman said whoever Boy Smells works with has to represent what Boy Smells is all about, which led the brand to its latest work with Grace Jones. In essence, Hermand said, "[We asked ourselves], 'If we could choose one person that represents our genderful values and who we are as a brand, who would we want to work with?' And we went after that person, who is not the person that the digital people who want to inform every decision about ... audience reach or whatever [would choose]. We went after the person that we really felt represented our brand values," said Herman.
Executive Summary The Global Savings Group (GSG) is not a fintech. They are a hidden champion as Europe's leading shopping rewards company, founded in 2012. They are offering an alternative to the GAFA channels and are active in 20+ countries under different brands. Amongst their clients are small merchants and well-known global companies. “We try to offer an alternative to the GAFA [Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon] channels, but we don't do classical advertising”Gerhard Trautmann, CEO and Co-Founder GSG Subscribe Here We are always sharing new resources with you. Find all of our options below. We want to make sure that we provide what's best for your growing team, so please take a look at these additional ways in which can help! Startuprad.io - Global Top 125 Tech Podcast | LinktreeGlobal Top 125 Tech Podcastlinktr.ee Our Sponsor Startupraven A startup's journey can be a tough one, but it doesn't have ́to feel like you're alone on your quest! Invest in others' success with us by joining our community of entrepreneurs who are building amazing things every day — no matter how big or small their ideas may seem at first glance. The best way to find investors and cooperation partners for early-stage startups. Sign up here: Startup RavenWelcome! We know the time-consuming process of approaching investors and companies can be tedious, so we do it for you…startupraven.com The Founder This time Gerhard Trautmann is our guest, the CEO and co-founder of Munich-based Global Savings Group. If you have not heard of them, they are active in 20+ countries under different brand names. He met his co-founders while still working in management consulting, and they decided to make their Powerpoint slides reality. “Oliver Samwer said he did not like our ideas, but we could be a cool team.”Gerhard Trautmann, CEO and Co-Founder GSG The Company Global Savings Group (https://www.global-savings-group.com/) is not a fintech company, they are working in the affiliate marketing space. They call themself a lead generation company, including couponing pages. They are active in 20+ countries with multiple websites across Europe. They won the German Deliotte Fast 50 Award.They own several commerce content portals. Some of their largest markets are the UK and France, even though they are headquartered in Munich. The company was started in cooperation with Rocket Internet. Amongst their clients are small merchants and adidas, Just Eat, IKEA, dyson, Lenovo, SAMSUNG, ebay, Nike, H&M, Booking.com, O2, Sephora and Ray Ban. They are also working with large media companies including Focus, CNN, El Pais, IG.com (Brazil), Le Express (France), Business Insider and One India on deals, discounts and coupons. “We funded our acquistions as a combination from our profits, loans and exchange of shares”Gerhard Trautmann, CEO and Co-Founder GSG Venture Capital Funding The company raised in total M 79 US$ in funding since interception in 2012 up to Series D. They did not disclose the amount of their last funding in 2021. Amongst their investors are General Global Capital, TRP Global, HV Capital, Groupe M6, Rocket Internet, DTCP, New Enterprise Associates and Headline. Open to Talk to Takeover Targets GSG wants to grow organically, but is open to talk to companies that feel like they could add to their journey. Learn More Find our blog with links and show notes here
Shar Tuiasoa (aka Punky Aloha) is a freelance illustrator based in Kailua, Oahu. Her iconic "tita bun" and Polynesian beauties can be found EVERYWHERE and has collaborated with Apple, Facebook, Disney, Pixar, AT&T, Sephora, Benefit Cosmetics, and The New York Times as well as locally with Honolulu Magazine, Hawaii Magazine, and Hawaii Business Magazine, Honolulu Museum of Art, and Foodland. After studying Fine Art at her local community college for 6 years, Shar moved to California to earn her BFA in Illustration. She moved back to Hawaii shortly after and started Punky Aloha Studio in the summer of 2018. In this episode, we talk about how things didn't quite go as planned. Why moving home wasn't her first choice and how ultimately, her challenges became a critical part of her story. We hope you enjoy this episode! Find Shar here: https://www.punkyaloha.com https://www.instagram.com/punkyaloha/ Connect with Andrew and Kolby here: www.uncuthawaii.com https://www.instagram.com/uncut_hawaii https://www.instagram.com/kolbymoser https://www.instagram.com/_andrewtran --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uncuthawaii/support
Episode Notes:Nothing prepares you for that moment: you're accused of something you didn't do or mean. It takes your breath away, and not in a good way. Being misunderstood happens to everyone - yes, even communication experts!If we're not careful, we can fall into this pitfall and make the situation even worse. It's so important to have a plan ready. Even if you're not experiencing this right now, you'll want to listen! These tips apply to every tense situation, so you can navigate these moments like the leader you are. Tangible TakeawaysWhen misunderstood, respond versus react - create space from the knee-jerk reaction to your response. Even a breath helps if that's all you have time for!Look at the situation objectively, and view the situation from a neutral perspective. What are the facts? What are the possible interpretations of these facts?When you respond, come from a space of humility. Seek first to understand what happened, and avoid “you” statements. Speak with “I” statements.Own your part, and assume the best of the other person.You will find more advice in my book, “Find Your Own Voice.” here
When it comes to skin care, marketing convinces us it's about instant gratification when in reality it's a long game. No one knows this better than LJC's aesthetician Cameron Vessey, who first learned about proper skin care at the age of 13 at her grandmother's modeling school. Now as a medical aesthetician, she helps her patients plan the perfect skin care protocol consisting of products tailored to their goals. Meet Cameron and get her expert advice on which medical grade skin care products really make a difference and which ones you can toss. LINKS Learn more about Cameron Vessey, Licensed Aesthetician https://www.ljcsc.com/about/meet-the-team/medical-spa-providers/meet-cameron-vessey/ Learn more about the skin treatments we offer at our medical spa https://www.ljcsc.com/medical-spa/skin-treatments/ Take a screenshot of this podcast episode with your phone and show it at your consultation or appointment, or mention the promo code PODCAST to receive $25 off any service or product of $50 or more at La Jolla Cosmetic, redeemable in the med spa (https://www.ljcsc.com/) or toward any service with our plastic surgeons. La Jolla Cosmetic is located just off the I-5 San Diego Freeway at 9850 Genesee Ave, Suite 130 in the Ximed building on the Scripps Memorial Hospital campus. To learn more, go to https://www.ljcsc.com/ or follow the team on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ljcsc/ The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast is a production of The Axis http://www.theaxis.io/ Special Guest: Cameron Vessey.
Quynh Mai, Founder & CEO of Qulture shares how culture is changing quickly from Gen Z and what brands need to change in order to be successful on platforms like TikTok, the Metaverse and Twitch. We also talk about making your audience the star of your campaigns with user-generated, collaborative content. In this episode we discuss: Working with Kanye West on the “Life of Pablo” International Campaign Bringing Kylie Jenner's Kylie Cosmetics into the Metaverse Embracing Decentraland as the new platform for events and community Why marketers need to respond and reiterate quicker than ever before Guest Bio: Quynh Mai who is the Founder & CEO of Qulture, a digital creative agency that helps their clients confidently embrace the near future. She has worked with global brands like Sephora, Nike, H&M, Google, L'Oreal, Yeezy and Ferrari and directly with tastemakers who have been at the forefront of cultural change including Kanye West, Kylie Jenner, Angelina Jolie, Annie Leibovitz, and Jennifer Aniston. ------------------------------------------------------------------- About this Show: The Brave Marketer Podcast is hosted by Donny Dvorin, VP, Head of Sales at Brave Software - the makers of the privacy-respecting browser with a built-in ads platform that rewards users for their attention with the Basic Attention Token. Brave is at the forefront of a new online privacy frontier and has unique insights into the future of marketing and advertising in a cookieless world. Music by: Ari Dvorin
On this episode of Serious Privacy, Paul Breitbarth of Catawiki and Dr. K Royal of Outschool catch up on a week in privacy. This week is all about the C's - COPPA, code, California, Cuba, Colombia, cars, consultations, and more. We talk about the new age appropriate design code bill that is before the CA governor for signature. It is expected to pass in spite of the opposition against it. Cuba's new law is covered, but we only touch on Colombia because we have an upcoming guest for that topic. The new CNIL enforcement against UBEEQO is wonderfully instructive in its findings, if not its recommendations. And also the Sephora settlement in California under the California Consumer Privacy Act, addressing the “sell” of data, service providers' contracts, and notice. The slightly unexpected aspect centering on GPC, Global Privacy Control.Join us for an enlightening and entertaining conversation, with a couple of bloopers for the listeners - someone suggested that we give y'all a treat with outtakes, so one day, we may put together a special episode (and it's not just K who bloops). As always, if you have comments or questions, let us know - LinkedIn, Twitter @podcastprivacy @euroPaulB @heartofprivacy @trustArc and email email@example.com. Please do like and write comments on your favorite podcast act so other professionals can find us easier.
Have you ever done something and thought, “that wasn't it.” For Karen Haller this phrase came back over and over as she explored new things throughout her life. Until one day it hit her: it's color!Karen dove deep into all things color and now sheds light on the psychology behind color. Karen's book, “The Little Book of Colour”, and one-on-one consultations teach others to select colors that reflect them and give confidence.Listen to how her adventurous spirit led her on some crazy adventures and the value of never giving up - even when things scare you. Tangible Takeaways:Embrace the freedom to use color to express yourself authentically.Avoid dressing to fit in: dress to reflect who you truly are.Don't waste time worrying about what other people think of you - they don't have the power to make you happy.Take colors and hold them under your chin: notice the impact on your complexion. If it lights you up, wear it and be your radiant self!Embrace the journey of discovery. Try new things in your career and experiences. One day something will feel like coming home.Remember: finding your place in this world takes time. Give yourself grace on your own journey. About Karen Haller:Based in the UK (originally from Sydney, Australia) Karen Haller FRSA, is the leading global expert in the field of Behavioural Design & Colour Psychology. She helps businesses and design professionals to use colour and design to improve well-being, support mental health and create positive change in the world.Karen consults and collaborates with companies looking for innovative solutions to social problems who seek new ways of improving the human experience in balance with nature. Her clients have included Rockfon, Samsung, Dove, M&S, Salt of the Earth, Huawei and Fiat.She has also helped hundreds of design professionals around the world to deepen their knowledge of colour through her sought-after colour and design psychology courses.Karen is the bestselling author of The Little Book of Colour, translated to date in 14 languages and a contributing author for the Colour Design Theories and Applications as well as being an in-demand media commentator and international speaker.Her mission is to raise awareness of how colour can transform our lives, allowing us to connect back to our authentic self, where did that as a person a brand or the spaces where we live and work.In her free time, Karen enjoys adventure travels, exploring new cultures and being in nature. Connect with Karen Haller:Website: https://karenhaller.com/ Free design industry e-book: https://karenhaller.com/free-10-myths-ebook/Colour & Design courses: https://karenhaller.com/courses/Little Book of Colour: https://thelittlebookofcolour.com/Free first chapter: https://thelittlebookofcolour.com/free-chapter/ About me:Karen Laos is a keynote speaker and leadership coach equipping women to stand out with unshakable confidence. She specializes in communication: executive presence and compelling messages. Karen champions female business leaders to own their value and find their voice so they can be seen and heard. She also works with teams to create cultures of trust and function at their best.Karen has coached leaders at Facebook, Google, Netflix, Uber, Sephora, Sony, Microsoft, Fidelity, Charles Schwab, Trip Advisor, Bacardi, Levi, and more. Karen's style is fun, encouraging and results-oriented. She immediately moves past the “fluff” and gets straight to the issue (just ask her clients). Connect with me:Website: https://www.karenlaos.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karenlaosofficial Facebook: Ignite Your Confidence with Karen Laos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/karenlaosconsultingLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenlaos/Clubhouse: @karenlaosEpisodes also available on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEwQoTGdJX5eME0ccBKiKng/videos
Contrary to popular belief, your confidence can not be purchased sis. You can not find your confidence in the makeup aisle at Sephora. It can not be found in your likes and views on your social media. Confidence isn't in what other people think about you, but most importantly how you think about yourself. It's […] The post Change The Way You See Yourself appeared first on Slay Girl, Slay.
In this week's episode the gang links up to cover: - | Pop Culture & Music | - What we've been up to the past week (2:00), the Vice doc covering social media influencers & celebrities like Kim Kardashian being robbed (12:30), Running with the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee doc on Netflix (27:30), Manti Te'o The Girlfriend Who Didn't Exist doc & catfishing (34:00), Cevana's interesting experience in Sephora(47:02) - | News | - Joe Biden cancelling $10k in student loan debts(1:01:00), South Korea having the world's lowest fertility rate (1:15:30), a synthetic Mouse Embryo having a beating heart (1:22:40) - | Content | - Game of Thrones House of Dragons (1:29:30), Stay on Board The Leo Baker Story (1:36:50), Dragonball Z: Super Hero (1:51:24), Barbie Fierra leaving the Euphoria cast (1:51:20), The Last Of Us on HBO (1:56:20), and share final thoughts (2:02:20) linktr.ee/dippedinnonsense *recorder failed at 46:00 so please excuse the sound change!*
On todays episode Alicia and Nicole break down the newest scandal involving Sephora. The California Attorney General investigated the company based on a first-of-it's-kind law involving privacy rights of consumers.Connect with us! Instagram: @skincareandscandalsTikTok: @skincareandscandalsWeb: skincareandscandals.comSubmit your ideas, topics, or questions for the podcast:firstname.lastname@example.orgLeave a voicemail and be on a future episode!850-404-2203The podcast, the statements we make whether in our own media or elsewhere, and any content we post are for entertainment purposes only and do not provide legal or medical advice. Any party consuming our information should consult a lawyer for legal advice or a doctor for medical advice. The podcast, our opinions, and our posts, are our own and are not associated with past and/or current employers.
We are so damn impressed by the amount of things Kristen Hollingshaus Seninger (@hauskris on IG/TikTok) fits into her day. She works in marketing for Sephora full-time, and has also built a badass TikTok following by sharing simple things like her home, daily routine, and oddly mesmerizing WFH set-up. (It includes a walking pad and lots of Diet Coke with pebble ice, both of which you may or may not be influenced to try after this episode!) From her darling apartment in San Francisco to her viral “day in the life” videos, we talked about all things becoming an influencer and balancing her creative passions with her 9-5. She is an absolute doll, and we know you'll love this conversation as much as we did! (Side note: Sus and Audrey were both ~influenced~ to become TikTok girlies after this chat, lol.) Plus, Audrey shared some BIG news at the top of the episode, and Susannah gives us all the permission we need to keep our oat milk latte addiction going strong.
After listening to this episode you will have 3 tangible ways to step into more opportunities. When practiced consistently, you will be amazed by the doors that open.In many ways, these tips aren't revolutionary, but rather subtle power moves that will transform you from a hard-working individual to a leader. Step into the awkward spaces, share your thoughts, and be direct! Tangible TakeawaysYou know those few seconds of awkward silence in a meeting? Everyone is waiting for someone to go first. Let that be you! Speak up first. A diplomatic way to share your opinion is to start off with, “here's my vote” or “here's what I think”. This will establish you as a leader.Ask directly. Be very clear on what you're asking. Use a direct ask such as: “I have a goal to be ______. My next step is ______. What do I need to do to get there?”You will find more advice in my book, “Find Your Own Voice.” here
Vasanth is a polymath- he's a creative director, but he's also an author, he has an engineering background is a graduate of computer engineering and started his career as a digital consultant. Somehow he saw the light, transitioned to copywriting, and has held numerous jobs with JWT, Wunderman, Edelman, and Sapient-Razorfish. Vasanth also spent time in the halls of one of the most respected creative departments on the planet- BBDO NY. He worked on the likes of P&G (Gillette), J&J (Splenda, Lactaid), GE, Mars, and Emirates Airlines.For the past four years, he's been running his shop, The Sunny Side, which aims to disrupt large agencies and make the combination of quality, speed, and price work. It seems to be paying dividends as the agency has picked up business from Sephora, Castrol, Novartis, and P&G. In our conversation, we talk about his background, career, his work at BBDO, the similarities and differences between Asian markets, and bringing speed and skill to some of the biggest clients in the world.
This week Dr. Doug talks: PS5, Twilio, Quantum, Bug Bounties galore, a date bomb, backups, Sephora, as well as the Expert Commentary of Jason Wood on the Security Weekly News! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn236
This week Dr. Doug talks: PS5, Twilio, Quantum, Bug Bounties galore, a date bomb, backups, Sephora, as well as the Expert Commentary of Jason Wood on the Security Weekly News! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn236
This week Dr. Doug talks: PS5, Twilio, Quantum, Bug Bounties galore, a date bomb, backups, Sephora, as well as the Expert Commentary of Jason Wood on the Security Weekly News! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn236
This episode reports on a Door Dash hack, a tentative deal from the Cambridge Analytica scandal, California penalizes a cosmetics retailer and more
This week, Michelle Ranavat, Founder of Ranavat, a luxurious skincare collection proven by science and rooted in ritual, talks about being the educator in the richness of Indian culture. Ranavat is the first Indian Brand in Sephora and paving the way for more education on the richness of ingredients such as Saffron. Michelle talks about her long term waiting game and saying no to get to the moment she manifested in her vision board for the brand and being one of the few bosses that sees her company as a true training ground for her employees. Michelle also goes in depth about the pros and cons of hiring her first team member four years after launch! Michelle Ranavat leverages her expertise in the pharmaceutical industry and her background in engineering to create a line of beautiful skin and hair treatments that honor her South Asian heritage. Each formulation is composed of the highest caliber Ayurvedic ingredients for transformative skin and hair care results across all skin and hair types. Distinguished Ayurvedic and adaptogenic cutting-edge actives such as Saffron, Ashwagandha, Turmeric, Manjistha, Amla, and Bakuchi are hand selected for real results. The luxurious collection is proven by science, and rooted in ritual. Founded in 2017, RANAVAT recently launched into Sephora with 8 of their best-selling products. The brand proudly donates 1% of proceeds to Desai Foundation, a non-profit organization in India that empowers women and children through community programs to elevate health and livelihood in India and the U.S. Follow @ranavat or visit https://www.ranavat.com/. “Being between two cultures is truly what inspired the brand! I'm so in love with the brand.” Tune in to learn more from Michelle and Kendra!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Well, it's our 300th episode - and our 15th podcast-i-versary - and Melanie and I are thrilled about both of these things. WHO WOULD HAVE EVER THOUGHT. So, as you can imagine, we do a little reminiscing on this episode, but we also do a lot of talking about the here and now. That is because this is the week that Alex moves to college, and we have a lot to break down about that. As always we recap our weekends, and it's my turn for Five Favorites. Hope y'all enjoy! - Our Amazon Shop - Join Us on Patreon Show Notes: - Travis Cottrell - SOURCE Nashville Hall of Fame - Episode 195 with Phil Rosenthal - Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix - Episode 10, our first episode with Travis - The Magnificent Lives of Marjorie Post - Korks Lori Platform Clog - 3001 Questions book - Enter our 15th anniversary giveaway on Melanie's blog - Enter our 15th anniversary giveaway on Sophie's blog (Giveaways from Parachute Home, Hummingbird Farms, Anthropologie, Sephora, and Amazon) - Jones Road Miracle Balm in Dusty Rose - Patagonia Capilene graphic tees - Blaze Lug Sole penny loafer - Maeve Colette leather pants - Women's Utility Chore jacket - Pioneer Woman's olive cheese bread Sponsors: - June's Journey (download on the Apple App store or Google Play) - Munk Pack (use promo code BIGBOO for 20% off your purchase) - Thrive Causemetics (use this link for 15% off your first order) - Rothy's (use this link for $20 off your first purchase)
News Czar Kim McCallister reports Sephora is being sued for selling the private information of customers, and the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro discusses there's little that can be done since most of our personal information is out there already. Kim and Nikki also discuss how Californians have been found to be the worst tippers in the nation, and research discovers having sex at least 1-2 times per week is optimal for a healthy life.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Quote -“Trying to cater and impress social media is only going to lead to disappointments”The Afropolitan Podcast spotlights Afropolitans who aren't afraid to step into the unknown and walk in purpose. With this podcast we hope to empower Africans in the Diaspora to harness their full potential and contribute to the development of a bold and progressive black community.Our guests will share their working formulas, the hard facts about leaving familiar terrain, embracing the unknown, and staying relevant afterwards.This episode features Denis Asamoah,Co-founder of FORVR mood, a lifestyle brand focused on selfcare. Denis Asamoah is an entrepreneur, brand development specialist, coach and former investment banker with Morgan Stanley. In 2020 during the pandemic lockdown, Denis and his fiancee Jackie Aina co-founded and launched FORVR mood.They successfully self funded and scaled DTC to 7-digits within a few weeks. Denis is passionate about the creator economy and is on a mission to empower more people of color to launch brands and flourish in their space.Listen and enjoy as Denis talks to us about the creative economy and how he has successfully built a multimillion dollar business. Denis's reading list The One Thing by Gary Kellerhttps://www.amazon.com/ONE-Thing-Surprisingly-Extraordinary-Results/dp/1885167776The 4-hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss https://www.amazon.com/4-Hour-Workweek-Escape-Live-Anywhere/dp/0307465357Show Notes 2:07 Naming process for the owambe collection.4:49 Was the owambe collection a PR stunt?16:18 Cancel culture22:40 Denis's mental selfcare26:57 Transition to the creators economy33:36 Advice to creators.38:25 How creators can leverage their relevance to diversify38:40 Sephora partnership43:13 How Denis deals with negative comments on social media.48:47 Internal and external scorecards51:19 Most significant encounter with failure52:20 FORVR mood sales during the pandemic54:33 How FORVR mood manages the shipping process57:33 Denis's reading list1:01:11 What does being afropolitan mean to you?The Afropolitan Podcast is hosted by Eche Emole, co-founder of Afropolitan.Listen and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Jamit, or wherever you get your podcasts.Want to learn more about Afropolitan? Twitter - https://twitter.com/afropolitanWebsite - https://www.afropolitan.io/Afropolitan Community - https://linktr.ee/afropolitangroup
Kendel is on a mission to empower women to find their strength and live the life they deserve. As a certified life and career coach, Kendel empowers women to boldly look at their fears, name them, and avoid letting them control their future success.As a past client of Karen Laos, Kendel shares how she learned to communicate effectively and speak up with boldness. She also explains her own journey of growing up in a male-dominated military family and how she came to find her own voice. Listen and be inspired to step out and speak up in all circumstances. Tangible Takeaways:People can't read your mind!! Learn how to effectively communicate in order to express what you need.Communicate with intention: be clear on WHAT you want to say and HOW you want to say it.Avoid waiting for the perfect moment to speak up: instead, create your moment.When speaking, imagine you're having a coffee with a friend! That's how you want to communicate.Resist the urge to speak quickly to get it over with: pause instead! Don't do this alone. Find your tribe to journey with you.Be willing to be rejected so you can be accepted. About Kendel:Kendel Paulsen is a Certified Life and Career coach and speaker. She helps women at all stages of life and career to define success on their own terms, discover their life's purpose, and to lead a life with vision and strategy. With more than 30 years of experience in corporate, non-profit, and Kendel brings a wealth of practical knowledge to his/her coaching work. Kendel received her BA degree from the University of Mary Washington and her MA from University of Phoenix. Kendel earned her Board-Certified Coach (BCC) certification from the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) and her Associate Coaching Certification (ACC) from the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She also holds a certification in Career Development Coaching Services (CDCS) from the Institute for Life Coach Training.Kendel lives in Northern Virginia with her husband of 30 years, and she is the mother of 3 adult children. When Kendel is not working, you can find her hiking or planning for a visit to her children. Kendel can be reached at email@example.com or www.kendelpaulsen.com. Connect with Kendel:Website: www.kendelpaulsen.comLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/kendel-paulsen About me:Karen Laos is a keynote speaker and leadership coach equipping women to stand out with unshakable confidence. She specializes in communication: executive presence and compelling messages. Karen champions female business leaders to own their value and find their voice so they can be seen and heard. She also works with teams to create cultures of trust and function at their best.Karen has coached leaders at Facebook, Google, Netflix, Uber, Sephora, Sony, Microsoft, Fidelity, Charles Schwab, Trip Advisor, Bacardi, Levi, and more. Karen's style is fun, encouraging and results-oriented. She immediately moves past the “fluff” and gets straight to the issue (just ask her clients). Connect with me:Website: https://www.karenlaos.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karenlaosconsultingFacebook: Ignite Your Confidence with Karen Laos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/karenlaosconsultingLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenlaos/Clubhouse: @karenlaosEpisodes also available on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEwQoTGdJX5eME0ccBKiKng/videos
Before she became one of the most recognized faces on the international fashion scene and the founder of a coveted skincare brand, Winnie Harlow was a teen vying for a job at Sephora. Despite knowing exactly what she wanted to do at the age of 16, she was too young at the time and didn't get the job. But, that didn't stop her from putting her best face forward—literally—to make her foray into the beauty industry. Today, Winnie has not only made her mark on the industry, she's making history. And, her journey is just beginning. Joining forces with Cassandra Devor, the two launched Cay Skin—a collection of lightweight, breathable sunscreens made for all skin tones and types.Their mission was simple: to ensure everyone under the sun can feel confident in their skin. And, in a full circle moment, Cay Skin launched this year with a single, exclusive retail partner—Sephora, of course! Today's episode is our live conversation with both Cay Skin co-founders, Winnie Harlow and Cassandra Devor from Create & Cultivate's LA Conference 2022! Join the party on social @workparty and stay in-the-know at www.createcultivate.com. Resources: To join the WorkParty click HERE To connect with Winnie Harlow click HERE To connect with Cassandra Devor click HERE To connect with Jaclyn Johnson click HERE To follow along with Create & Cultivate click HERE To follow along with Cay Skin click HERE To submit your questions call the WorkParty Hotline: 1-(833)-57-PARTY (577-2789) Tune into the Unthinkably Good Things premiere, Sunday August 28 at 9/8c on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Visit NetSuite.com/PARTY for special financing
In Beauty News this week... There have been some exciting product launches from Sephora and Mecca, Erin & Leigh will take you through their favourites. And a New York Times article has sparked debate after claiming 'foundation is dead'. It's a bold claim and Erin's going to unpack why you shouldn't chuck yours in the bin just yet. Plus Leigh's going to tell you what 'skin cycling' is and how you're probably doing it already without even realising. THE END BITS Subscribe to Mamamia CREDITS Hosts: Erin Docherty & Leigh Campbell Producer: Gia Moylan Audio Production: Leah Porges GET IN TOUCH: Got a beauty question you want answered? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the podphone on 02 8999 9386. Join our You Beauty Facebook Group here. Want this and other podcasts delivered straight to your inbox? Subscribe to our podcast newsletter. You Beauty is a podcast by Mamamia. Listen to more Mamamia podcasts here. Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading or listening to our content, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au Become a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Remember the guy that blew through billions on booze and wave pools? Well, he's back. Plus: Kohl's doubles down on Sephora, Cameo launches live video chats, the biggest college sports broadcasting deal ever, and more. Join our hosts Zachary Crockett and Juliet Bennet Rylah as they take you through our most interesting stories of the day. Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so that you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/?utm_source=hustle-daily-podcast&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=show-notes Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). The Hustle Daily Show is brought to you by The Hustle in partnership with HubSpot Podcasts.
The road from investment banking to baking to beauty isn't obvious, but it's a circuitous career path that led Kate McLeod to launch her eponymous skin-care brand. “I was a trader at Goldman Sachs and ended up leaving Goldman and went to culinary school. I had a made-to-order bakery and I loved what I was doing, but then life always changes,” said McLeod on the most recent episode of the Glossy Beauty Podcast. “Something very unexpected happened — I was living abroad — that brought me back to New York City in 2015.” McLeod reunited with a former boyfriend, Justin McLeod, founder and CEO of Hinge, thanks to the help of a New York Times journalist, and the two married shortly thereafter. With her love life on track, McLeod started rediscovering her own passions and personal rituals. A chance introduction by her sister-in-law to solid cocoa butter, the key ingredient of her now hero body stones, led her to play with the material in a deeper way. “The pastry chef in me came alive,” she said. “I also have a really long history and training of working with chocolate, so I took the cocoa butter into the kitchen and I thought, 'If I play with this, pretend I'm making a good ganache, what can I do to enhance that application process?' That's really what sets us apart.” Thanks to a key endorsement from Naomi Watts, McLeod went from handmaking her body stones for friends and family to selling 20 body stones in a day in Watts' Onda Beauty and then 40 more on a weekend. It was then that McLeod went from wrapping her stones in parchment paper to repackaging them in canisters with an official brand label. Three years later, the line is now sold at QVC and Sephora.
Today is a wonderfully empowering and insightful look into one woman's journey from corporate to keynotes. Karen Laos and I first crossed paths when we joined a Speaker Sisters network in late 2019, early 2020. Over the years I have had the honor of seeing Karen's incredible transformation as she has carved her own path as a keynote speaker and leadership coach equipping women to stand out with unshakable confidence. She specializes in communication: executive presence and compelling messages and does a beautiful job of sharing this in her book, Trust Your Own Voice: Growing Your Influence Through Confident Communication. Karen is quite possibly one of the biggest cheerleaders championing female business leaders to own their value and find their voice so they can be seen and heard. I mean… does this not sound like my kind of lady?! She also works with teams to create cultures of trust and function at their best and has coached leaders at Facebook, Google, Netflix, Uber, Sephora, Sony, Microsoft, Fidelity, Charles Schwab, Trip Advisor, Bacardi, Levi, and more. Her fun, encouraging, and results-oriented style is evident today, especially when she shares about a “no” that she was able to turn into an even better offer… all involving Donald Miller, CEO of StoryBrand. Connect with Karen Laos: Website: www.karenlaos.com Book: https://karenlaos.com/links/ Instagram: Karen Laos Consulting: https://www.instagram.com/karenlaosconsulting/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/karenlaosconsulting Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/karen_laos LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenlaos/ Podcast: Ignite Your Confidence with Karen Laos: https://www.karenlaos.com/podcast Clubhouse: @karenlaos Looking to ignite a spark in your purpose? Book Katie to Emcee or Keynote at your Event: https://www.onesparksolutions.com/contact-me/ Connect with Katie on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katiecurrens/ Follow the Podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onesparkstories/
Ever been on the receiving end of a discovery call and it feels like a sales pitch? This has happened to me twice in the last two months. It's painful.In this episode I share my experience of what happened and what to do differently when you're in the driver's seat, leading the call. Commit to giving everyone an experience of care, connection and clarity - and transform your next opportunity! I provide specific sentences and questions you can use immediately.Because the last thing I want for you is to miss an opportunity on your next one!(Hint: it's all about them, not you!) Tangible TakeawaysStart with them. Ask what they want to get from the conversation. This will give you an opportunity to frame the conversation. Address their goal instead of jumping straight into a canned pitch. Always come from a place of care and service.Avoid talking too much: focus instead on probing questions.Stay on time! If you're going over, let them know and ask if they have a few more minutes.If you did not close the sale, take the opportunity to ask what you could have done better! So many people miss an opportunity to grow in this area. You will find more advice in my book, “Find Your Own Voice.” here
As the daughter of a gynecologist, Lauren has been around the topic of vaginal health her entire life. Inspired by her own experience and fueled by her frustration with the feminine care product market, Lauren founded Queen V in 2018. Lauren successfully pitched Queen V to retailers at the age of 24 and launched the brand nationwide in Walmart stores. Within 2 years Queen V gained retail distribution with Target, CVS and Urban Outfitters. Globally she launched the brand with Sephora. She earned national recognition making the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and Ad Age 40 Under 40. Lauren led the brand to a Reckitt acquisition in January of 2021 and at just 28 years old became the Global Brand Marketing Director working on Queen V under Reckitt's intimate wellness division. Lauren and I discuss good vaginal health including healthy practices, smashing taboos and loving your vulva and vagina. I hope you love our conversation!
Katie Welch is the Chief Marketing Officer of Rare Beauty — the beauty products company founded by superstar musician and actress Selena Gomez. Rare Beauty sells its products online and in Sephora retail stores, and importantly, Katie does almost no traditional marketing: Rare is a true internet brand, that depends on social media strategy, influencer marketing, and community to drive sales. Specifically, the enormous community around Selena Gomez, who, again, is an international superstar with a fandom of her own. This kind of marketing is essentially new. Famous people making their own products and companies and using their online reach to launch and grow those businesses is a combination of art and commerce that is 10 – 15 years old at most, Rihanna's Fenty Beauty is only five years old, but it's redefined the industry and helped make her a billionaire. Some of the first big successes came from the Kardashian-Jenners including Kylie Cosmetics, founded in 2015, as well as Kim Kardashian's Skims, founded in 2019. I've been really curious about how these businesses work, how they reach their audiences and customers, how CMOs like Katie measure success, whether being the marketing executive for an super online celebrity-driven business feels different than being a traditional marketing person, and whether the ever-present risk of weird things happening online make her plan differently. Transcript: https://www.theverge.com/e/23071490 Links: Why BeReal is breaking out Why Hank Green can't quit YouTube for TikTok Apple's app tracking transparency feature isn't an instant privacy button Apple's app tracking policy reportedly cost social media platforms nearly $10 billion Updating The Verge's background policy Marketing Funnels Katie's TikTok Instagram walks back TikTok-style changes — Adam Mosseri explains why Makeup company Glossier to sell its products at Sephora as new CEO pushes to expand reach Credits: Decoder is a production of The Verge, and part of the Vox Media Podcast Network. Today's episode was produced by Creighton DeSimone and Jackie McDermott and it was edited by Callie Wright. The Decoder music is by Breakmaster Cylinder. Our Sr Audio Director is Andrew Marino. Our Editorial Director is Brooke Minters. And our Executive Producer is Eleanor Donovan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's guest is Christina Funke Tegbe, Founder of award-winning 54 Thrones. 54 Thrones stands for the 54 countries of Africa, which is where many of the brand's ingredients are sustainably sourced. They create beautiful decadent clean beauty products inspired by Africa's beauty. 54 Thrones has been featured in Essence, Elle, Byrdie; selected as Oprah's Favorite Things 2020 and Christina has appeared on Shark Tank, securing a successful funding partnership. 54 Thrones is now available at Sephora, Nordstrom, Credo and Goop, as well as 54thrones.com The beauty of Christina's story involves the highs, the lessons and the victories - and we're here for it all! So come join the founders table, where beauty is served. You can sit with us! So let's get started… For more inspiring interviews, visit: www.ServingBeautyPod.com Join the Serving Beauty community: IG: @servingbeautypod Twitter: @servingbeauty FB: @servingbeautypod Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify Email guest recommendations: email@example.com
Today Ryan fanboys out and sits down for a conversation with the founder of a product he has been using for years, Chris Savage from Wistia. They talk about how Wistia can help you offer an additional service to your clients that will keep them coming back. Chris gives some tips on how to separate yourself from the competition and some great marketing strategies that he has implemented at Wistia that has helped him stand out and cement Wistia as experts in the field of video marketing. Chris also shares a unique campaign he runs each year for Wistia employees that has garnered some unbelievable results for improving both features & systems, and company morale. Key Takeaways Seeing real people from your business helps your clients better connect with you Making great content actually promotes yourself as a company that does what it says Embrace the small size of your business as lots of businesses are looking for that About Chris Savage Chris Savage is the Co-Founder and CEO of Wistia, a leading video hosting platform that gives marketers everything they need to get bigger results from their videos and podcasts. As CEO, he finds himself getting loud (in a good way) about what matters most to him—like his love of innovation, pushing past fear, and working to create a truly diverse, equitable, and inclusive company. Leaving the traditional tech playbook behind, Wistia took on $17.3M in debt to buy out their investors, gain full control of the business, and take the path less traveled to grow sustainably. Today, more than 375,000 businesses across 50 countries depend on Wistia's products to build their brands and grow their businesses, including HubSpot, Mailchimp, Sephora, Starbucks, and Tiffany & Co. In This Episode What is Wistia and how can it help you add valuable data analysis for your clients that will make them come back again and again [6:45] Do people want to see more human videos rather than graphs and graphics [20:01] The power of putting people from your business in your videos [23:50] Why compelling content is more important than good looking content [31:48] Don't be afraid to reveal that your a small business [33:26] How small teams can make engaging content that also markets themselves [35:16] How Wistia budgets their marketing and gives their team space to create [39:35] Quotes "You're missing a huge opportunity if you're not using human beings to build that connection directly.” [22:33] “We are afraid that people are gonna judge us based on how we look and it's actually, they're gonna judge us because they have no idea what we're capable of and what we care about. It's not about how we look, that's not it, but that's the normal human instinct.” [31:48] “If you don't have a video that markets yourself, then maybe you don't really believe in it, and if you do, you get the meta benefits instantly. It's like, oh, look at the clever thing this company's doing to market themselves, doing the thing they say that they do.” [37:55] “You know the old adage of the cobbler's kids get no shoes. I think flip it around and say if the cobbler's kids have sick shoes then everyone wants those shoes, like, "Where do you get those shoes, buddy? I want those shoes." I think it's just that; if you make sweet stuff promoting yourself, you get the benefit of it actually promotes yourself and it proves to people that you can make that kind of content.” [39:10] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Register for the Onward Summit (October 2022) Find Chris Savage online Follow Chris Savage on Twitter Connect with Chris Savage on LinkedIn Follow Wistia on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter One, Ten, One Hundred Series Gear Squad vs Dr. Boring Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Additional Links: Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
I'll never forget the first time I saw a Pantene ad. The silky, luscious, and thick hair on the models couldn't be more different from my own hair, but instantly became an ideal of what society considered beautiful. It carried me through the many emotional stages of my hair - extensions, the post breakup chop, multiple colors (who can relate?) - all to achieve that bounce that could be seen from a mile away. But as a now 28-year-old, I've figured out the most essential truth when it comes to hair - less is more. Diana Cohen's Crown Affair is leading that message, disrupting the haircare industry that has notoriously sold chemical-based products and damaging styles with simple products, clean ingredients, and routines and rituals that nourish your hair from within. The Crown Affair Hair Oil has landed on every best-seller list, even catching the eye of the brand's newest investor Gwyneth Paltrow, and the brand is a bestseller at Goop and Sephora. In this episode, Diana shares her experience navigating the haircare industry, her own routines, and how she's built a community around self-care. Shop Crown Affair here https://www.crownaffair.com Support the show by supporting our sponsors! Sur La Cote: Visit www.shopsurlacote.com to find your new favorite summer fit and use code FRIEND for 20% off. Reserveage: Get 30 percent off your product order at www.reserveage.com with code FRIEND30. Smooj: Visit www.drinksmooj.com to find Smooj near you or use code FRIEND to get 15% off an entire box of hard smoothies shipped straight to your doorstep. Nuuly: Get $10 off your first month of Nuuly when you sign up with the code FRIEND10 at www.nuuly.com Smooj: Love the show? Follow us and leave a review! And for more behind-the-scenes, follow Liv on Instagram, @LivvPerez.
Angelic Vendette is the VP, and Global Head of Marketing at Alo Yoga, a luxury performance clothing and lifestyle brand among supermodels, influencers, TikTok icons, etc. Under her leadership, the company launched collaborations with Saint Laurent, partnerships with fashion icons like Irina Shayk, celebrities like Diplo, TV stars from The Bachelor, accepting crypto payment and employee salary in crypto, and Alo's metaverse experiences. Before that, Angelic was the Global Head of Social & Influencer Marketing at Stitch Fix and head of Consumer Marketing at Dolby Laboratories, where she collaborated with supermodel influencers like Bella Hadid and brands like Michael Kors. She was named as one of the 2022 most entrepreneurial CMO by Forbes and Business insider's CMO to watch. You can learn more about: 1. How can brands create an authentic experience in Web3? 2. How to build partnerships with influencers? 3. Career development in marketing Check out our brand new YouTube Video Podcast! https://www.SmartVenturePod.com IG/Twitter/FB @GraceGongGG LinkedIn:@GraceGong YouTube: https://bit.ly/gracegongyoutube Join the SVP fam with your host Grace Gong. In each episode, we are going to have conversations with some of the top investors, super star founders, as well as well known tech executives in the silicon valley. We will have a coffee chat with them to learn their ways of thinking and actionable tips on how to build or invest in a successful company. ===================== Brought to you by: https://link.blockfolio.com/9dzp/stwlap68 Use code: smartventure
The Hags are on an eight hour time difference from each other LA and Scotland. Indecision descends as Kate chooses her birthday treat at Sephora. Negative visualization and Stoicism are experienced via an app. Listeners may note: Jacqueline references her own metaphor from a previous episode, lake full of fish, and Kate does not recall it. Jacqueline wonders what makes a product purple, Kate finds the answer, says it twice, and Jacqueline does not hear her. Mirroring language back to the others. We can handle colorless product. . . . . . This episode was edited and engineered by C. Tweedie.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michelle Reeves is the co-founder and CEO of Mavion, a Web 3 platform that creates fashion NFTs. Michelle has a heart for helping women break into the cryptocurrency world. As she says, her DMs are always open to inquiring minds. In this week's episode, Michelle shares how 2016 got her started in NFTs. She also shares what she hopes her company, Mavion, can help with, how NFTs can help a business grow, and how to get started in the NFT space. As a mom herself, she gives helpful tips on how to manage it all, as well. "Be that trusted, friendly, credible, voice personality product that gets them in, educate them. Give, give, give before you start asking them of anything. And if you create that kind of connection, that's a loyalty that is almost unbreakable. You've educated them. You've brought them into a space safely. You will be with them for a long time." - Michelle Reeves If you're looking to take your business to the next level, join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! This week's takeaways from Entreprenista: How Michelle got started in NFTs (3:41)Michelle talks about The Accessory Junkie (6:27)The problem Mavion solves (8:32)Michelle gives the lowdown on what NFTs and Web 3 actually are (11:56)How social media helped Michelle learn about the digital world (22:07)How NFTs can propel a business forward (25:23)What the business model of Mavion is (32:40)Rapid fire questions round (36:10)Michelle shares what a typical day looks like for her (37:32)Michelle shares the best tip for being a working mom (40:07)How to get started in NFTs (41:35)What being an Entreprenista means to Michelle (44:23) Resources Mentioned: MetaMaskCoinbaseEtherscanOpenSea Our Favorite Quotes: "It's there forever. I'll say it again. You can't copy it, edit, or delete it. It's there forever." - Michelle Reeves"Case in point, I can get on LinkedIn right now. And I could change my profile and say that I am the founder of Sephora. No one can stop me. Sephora can't stop me. LinkedIn can't stop me. I can say that." - Michelle Reeves "I am a notoriously annoyingly curious person, I like to put myself in the middle of conversations where I probably don't belong, and then absorb, learn and try to connect the dots." - Michelle Reeves Connect with Michelle Reeves: Mavion on Instagram Mavion on TwitterMavion WebsiteMichelle on InstagramMichelle on TwitterThe Accessory Junkie on Instagram If you're looking to take your business to the next level: Join our Entreprenista League community of women founders! You'll have access to a private community of like-minded Entreprenistas who are making an impact in business every day, special discounts on business products and solutions, exclusive content, private events, the opportunity to have your story featured on our website and social channels, and MORE! Whether you're looking to scale your existing business and want to make the right connections, or you're thinking about finally taking the leap to launch your business, we're here to give you access to a community of women who will celebrate your every step, and with whom you can share the candid reality of building a business from scratch. Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Become An Entreprenista! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Entreprenista Podcast - the most fun business meeting for female founders, by female founders. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Radio | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes across social media to help us reach more amazing female founders, like you.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,
With 2.8 billion #PerfumeTikTok views and counting, we're reviewing the hottest fragrances right now alongside Emma Vernon, host of The Perfume Room podcast. Emma is a comic and former matchmaker-turned-fragrance expert who's been featured in The New York Times, New York Post and InStyle. Today, she's bringing her encyclopedic fragrance knowledge to help assess which viral perfumes are legitimately #DamnGood – and which ones smell like burnt tires and cotton candy. From Maison Francis Kurkdjian's ubiquitous Baccarat Rouge 540 to Ariana Grande's Cloud to the influencer scent that spurred a 100,000 person waitlist and the one department store scent she believes is worth the hype, Emma isn't pulling any perfume punches. Plus, Emma reveals her fave budget-friendly find (pssst, now back in stock!), the BIPOC-owned fragrances you need on your radar and the modern bridal scent you did not see coming. *Be sure to catch us over on Perfume Room podcast this week, where we reveal the top fragrances that beauty editors hoard, our personal holy grails, our wildest press trips ever and more of our scent diary secrets.* For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our website. PROMO CODES: When you support our sponsors, you support the creation of Breaking Beauty Podcast! MACY'S Dive into the farmhouse trend with Macy's. Soft textures and warm wood accents make it easy to bring a piece of the countryside into your home (yes, even if “home” is an apartment in the city). Visit macys.com/ownyourstyle OSEA MALIBU Find your new skincare and bodycare favorites at OSEAMalibu.com. Get 10% off your first order site wide with our promo code BEAUTY. *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.* Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter. Join our private Facebook group, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302. Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya Produced by Dear Media Studio
Hi Babies! We're taking a lil summer break, but please enjoy this replay episode with Beth Pickens!Kate stocks her cart for the Sephora sale and Doree takes a chance on a pop-culture rec from her mom. Then, artists' counselor and author Beth Pickens (Make Your Art No Matter What) joins them to talk about being an artist even when you're not paid for your art, how your age shouldn't restrict you from trying new things, and why she reminds herself that she is going to die several times a day. To leave a voicemail or text for a future episode, reach them at 781-591-0390. You can also email the podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org.Visit forever35podcast.com for links to everything they mention on the show or visit shopmyshelf.us/forever35.Follow the podcast on Twitter (@Forever35Pod) and Instagram (@Forever35Podcast) and join the Forever35 Facebook Group (Password: Serums). Sign up for the newsletter! at forever35podcast.com/newsletter. This episode is sponsored byMEJURI - Head to Mejuri.com to shop new arrivals now. CALM - For 40% off a Calm Premium subscription, head to calm.com/forever35.ISSUU - Get started today for FREE or sign-up for a premium account and get 50% off when you go to issuu.com/podcast and use promo code FOREVER35.GLADSKIN - Get 15% off plus free shipping on your first order at gladskin.com/FOREVER35. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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