Running a wedding business is a handful, but Zee Scott runs three AND makes it look like a cakewalk!
Zee’s love for sweets and performing led her to become a baker, MC, and marriage celebrant. Admittedly, she doesn’t get to sleep much¾not because of work, but because she can’t contain her excitement for life!
In this chat we discuss:
What it’s like to run several wedding businessesManaging burn outCRM tools & automation tipsBeing a trendsetter, not a followerBeing a BIPOC woman in the Australian wedding industryHow businesses can convey genuine inclusivityWhat's next for Zee Scott in 2023?It’s easy to get caught up in trends, especially in the wedding industry. Instead of copying what’s in, Zee sticks to her own unique style. She advises other entrepreneurs to be confident in their value proposition and identity.
As a Black business owner, Zee also shares tips for how businesses can be more inclusive. The first step is to examine your marketing materials and language. Update them and collaborate with different communities. Keep on educating yourself, whether through self-study or through a consultant.
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Zee Scott on Polka Dot Wedding
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On Polka Dot Wedding: Zee Scott
On Instagram: @zeescott__
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On Instagram: @polkadotwedding
On the website: polkadotwedding.com
For full transcript and show notes visit: polkadotwedding.com/podcast
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