This week we talk with Carly Cylinder, owner of Flour LA, Inc, author of The Flower Chef and host of The Flower Kitchen on Bluprint. Carly shares how she started her business out of her small apartment and how she’s grown it to a bicoastal, full-service studio. She shares what it was like to publish her best-selling book The Flower Chef and talks about her show The Flower Kitchen on Bluprint.
This week we talk with Callee Ackland, US Navy veteran turned eco-entrepreneur and founder of Bestowed Essentials, podcaster, zero waste activist and van dweller. Callee shares how and why she started Bestowed Essentials and bringing the business on the road with her. She also talks about life traveling the country in a van. Callee talks zero waste activism and how listeners can reduce their impact.
This week we talk with entrepreneur Rosie Cruz CEO of Cruz Multimedia Productions LLC, the Founder of The Actor’s Conference and Co-Creator of HUSH The Series. She shares her entrepreneurial journey and her experiences finding community through founding The Actor’s Conference. She also talks about how HUSH The Series was created.
This week we talk with podcaster and TV writer Elizabeth Laime about all things podcasting including her bad ass podcast Totally Laime. We dive into the logistics of podcasting, how the medium has changed and how podcasting has impacted her career trajectory. Elizabeth also shares her experiences in TV writing for the shows I’m Sorry and NBC’s The Village.
This week we talk with founder and CEO of the GLYD travel app, Monika Bhasin. She shares her deeply personal journey of loss, finding love and acceptance from within, and connecting the world through travel. Monika talks about how she came up with the concept of the GLYD travel app and the process to build and launch the app. She also talks about being raised by her grandmother in India, moving to the United States to live with her parents and the expectations that come with being a part of a traditional Indian family. This episode is a powerful one.
This week we talk with Alison Mountford, founder of Ends + Stems about her meal planning business that helps reduce household food waste. We talk about her entrepreneurial journey and what led her to open Ends + Stems and how the business is evolving. Alison shares tips on how she’s grown her customer base and how she retains them. She also talks about managing a large amount of content on an ongoing basis — tools she uses and tips on what has worked best for the business.