Episode #211: Starting a Wholesale Business as Your True, Authentic Self with Megan DiVincenzo founder of The Sis Kiss

Megan DiVincenzo, the founder of Sis Kiss and a former defense attorney, explains how her business began by finding a problem in a product and solving it. From there, her business grew from word of mouth to a booming online wholesale business. From maximizing influencer relationships, to balancing both retail and wholesale growth, Megan gives us real talk and a true example of who an authentic business women is.

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FAVORITE QUOTES:

“Your kids should see you happy, and doing what fulfills you.”- Megan

“What’s the point of me doing this if I can’t be who I am.”- Megan

“START. Stop getting in your own head and just do it!”- Megan

MAIN POINTS:

  1. Social media and the use of influences can be a game changer for business.
  2. There’s no better way to run a business than to do it as your true, authentic self.
  3. When problems arise, you keep going. It’s all about repetition, sticking it out and learning as you go.

Find The Sis Kiss on their website here, and follow them on Instagram @thesiskiss.

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Original Air Date: May 7, 2019
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Meredith is our intern here at The Hub and enjoys anything involving photography, art, and design! She also has a love for fashion, especially the boho-vintage vibe. She is currently going to school for graphic design.