For Diane Huynh, Co-Founder of Bo & Marrow, having entrepreneurial ideas was never the problem. It was a lack of follow-through that was the problem. She has started several businesses including a couple of fashion brands and the businesses never really took off, until now. Diane never imagined that taking cultural food from her childhood and making it widely available would be hit but it has. In this Feature shares, some great entrepreneurial advice as well as the inside story of building a bone broth brand made with high-quality ingredients and prepared the old-fashioned way.
In part 1, Diane discusses Her entrepreneurial hits and misses, The biggest reason why her previous startups failed, How your past mistakes could lead you to success, Entrepreneurial lesson number one is taking action, Why building relationships was her secret weapon, How she got her first customers, Why taking no for answer was key, Why in sales you have to have confidence in your product, How she got her product in a large grocery chain, What not to do when having a co-founder, Why when having a co-founder you must define roles, values, exit strategy, and so much more.
Join us while Ramon Vela interviews Diane in Part 1 of this episode and listen to her share the inside story of his brand.
For more on Bo & Marrow visit: https://boandmarrow.com/