The Entreprenista Podcast is a weekly show featuring the stories of successful female founders and what it's really like to run a business. Hosted by Stephanie Cartin & Courtney Spritzer, co-founders of Socialfly, a leading social media marketing agency, each episode goes beyond what you see on Instagram and into the nitty-gritty of growing and scaling a company effectively from women who’ve done it. Consider this the most fun business meeting you’ll ever have.
Trial and Error to Make Things Better with Jessica Rolph
Jessica joins us today to reveal how her interest in child diet and development lead to the creation of one of the most successful organic baby food companies in the country. We discuss the early days of Happy Family and how a failed attempt at frozen organics lead to a successful journey into organic dry foods and baby cereal.
Beginning at the Finish Line with Caroline Beckman
Today Caroline joins us to share her impressive journey, from her days of being homeschooled to becoming the ultimate Entreprenista as founder of 3 companies by the age of 26. Caroline describes her excitement in starting Suja Juice in her college days, learning inventory, production planning, distribution and customer care and how to go from idea to action.
Making A Franchise Success of Your Passion with Abby Taylor
Today Abby joins us to share her journey from surfer beach babe with a passion for a certain South American fruit, to one of Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2019. She remembers the simple food stall she set up in 2014 in Jersey Shore with her friend and business partner Robert Giuliani.
Disrupting the 2% Club with Suneera Madhani
Suneera joins us today to share the humble beginnings of her company, Fattmerchant and what inspired her to launch the revolutionary payment platform. She explains how her payment platform works, why she decided to offer a flat-fee processing option, and how it impacted the way companies continue to conduct business.
Launching a Skincare Startup Amid a Pandemic with Sophia Hutchins
Sophia joins us today to share why she decided to revolutionize the skincare industry and how she launched Lumasol shortly after graduating from college. We discuss her experience with launching her brand in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis, the challenges and obstacles they endured during the launch, and how they pivoted their marketing strategy amid the pandemic.
Birthing the HeyMama Community with Katya Libin
Katya Libin is the Co-Founder and CEO of HeyMama, an application-based membership community dedicated to working mothers. Having led the business since its inception, Katya has helped HeyMama reach mothers worldwide, fostering connections and community with working mothers.