When I started my feminist blog Writing on Glass, one of the hardest parts was aligning my
business choices with my values. I felt a clash. It was business growth vs. feminism, and I didn’t want to face that conflict.
Bold Broads highlights women founders and creative [read: BADASS] small business owners about how they really deal with the ups and downs of running a BOLD business. Meet Laura Huebner of Dotted Design. Laura is a brilliant graphic designer and the owner of Dotted Design, a boutique design studio that creates visual brands for small businesses.
Bold Broads highlights women founders. These women share honest wisdom and tough lessons to support you in collectively making good shit happen in your own women-led startup or small business. Meet Ashley Feinstein Gerstley of Fiscal Femme. Ashley is a money coach and founder of the Fiscal Femme where she demystifies the world of personal finance and money for her clients in a fun and accessible way that empowers them to achieve their financial goals.
When it comes to building a marketing strategy, I am always asked the same question: “What should my strategy be and will I even hit my goals on a shoestring budget?”
The digital and social media age has made proving marketing ROI (return on investment) easier, but measuring ROI doesn’t matter if your marketing budget is ten dollars. Enter partnerships.
Bold Broads highlights women founders and creative [read: BADASS] small business owners about how they really deal with the ups and downs of running a BOLD business. Meet Tash Haynes of Ike and Tash Photography and Motion. Tash is one-half of a husband-wife wedding and portrait photography team based out of the beautiful city of Tacoma WA in the Pacific Northwest.
I’m an entrepreneurial newbie. Everything is new, the to-do list never ends and obstacles, I’m learning, are seamlessly interwoven into the fabric of business ownership. While I have so much to share in terms of what I’ve learned so far, this one piece of research is what I feel the most on fire about sharing with anyone else who will listen.