08 Oct Episode 26 How To Run Successful Business Or Two
Kim Vespa is a firecracker, a powerhouse of knowledge of all things business and owner of several succesful businesses. This episode is inspiring, as it is funny and full of knowledge to you biz mum if you want to learn what areas you should concentrate when you start your business. Kim is the co-owner of both Boobie Bikkies (makers of Australia’s most popular breastfeeding snack and Punk Angel makers of a boutique range of safe hair care for kids.
Kim was previously the Head of Human Resources and sat on the Australian Executive Committee for UBS Wealth Management. She had already built a separate successful business from scratch when she was asked to come and partner on Pinky’s Boobies Pikkies.
I had the pleasure of interviewing her and ask about her journey from the corporate world of HR to Pinky’s Boobies Pikkies. She revealed how she works around her children schedules, and how she manages her time with two successful businesses that she runs mainly from home. We talked about a recipe for success and what social media tips she has to you if you are just starting your business journey.
We covered the questions that many wonders on how much we should concentrate on the business plan and Kim’s surprising admission on this. You will leave this episode feeling energized and ready to take action in our own business.
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Look at PISA results and kids education is worse. What we should do is let kids play, take the ipads away and let them be kids....28 December, 2019