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Tote + Pears takes a fresh look at women: at home, at work and everywhere in between. Join Amber, co-founder of the female-focused marketing agency, to explore identities beyond gender—as she brings together industry experts, scholars and creatives for honest conversations. From race and age to sexual orientation, motherhood, professional ambitions and more, learn how a woman’s dynamic journey shapes her perspective.
 
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Join Research Chef Kimberly Schaub from PeasOnMoss.com as she talks about food science, product development, and food research with chefs, culinary scientists, research chefs, and product developers. Experience the food manufacturing world through experiences, hilarious stories, and conversations about R&D.
 
Steal Scott’s Ideas is the world’s only product development and innovation gameshow that dares to ask the question, “Damn, why didn’t I invent that?” Scott Ginsberg, author, speaker, songwriter, filmmaker, inventor, and the world record holder of wearing nametags, is your host. He gathers with friends, family members, colleagues and strangers from the internet to solve real problems, brainstorm ridiculous innovations and build robust marketing plans to help those ideas improve the world. Ima ...
 
Proof to Product takes you behind the scenes of growing a product-based business. Join us each week as our alumni, speakers and friends share their successes, struggles and how they’ve made difficult but important transitions in their business to continue growing. You’ll gather inspiration, learn about new resources, and hear new ways of scaling your creative business. Proof to Product is hosted by founder, Katie Hunt. Since 2011, Proof to Product has helped thousands of product based busine ...
 
Learn how to systematically and consistently create profound innovation. Break through traditional thinking! Scott Amyx is a globally renowned expert in product innovation that integrates exponential technologies, out-of-the-box thinking and proven science and research methodologies to create breakthrough new innovations for organizations. On his Forbes column and now on this podcast, he shares research-based best practices on how to generate profound, new-to-the-world innovations that have ...
 
Welcome to the Creative Flow podcast A podcast for product-based businesses looking for an inspiration boost to enhance their designs and mindset. Hosted by Joanne Griffin - a retail mentor who works collaboratively with creative retail brands just like you. My passion is to share quick and relatable tips on running a business, developing your product range and mastering your mindset. So we can get into our creative flow every day.
 
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Do you feel like social media is a chore? Many people I talk with find Instagram to be draining but know it’s an important part of their sales and marketing so they keep posting and creating content. But what if using Instagram could be a way for you to begin meaningful conversations with your audience? In this episode, I’m joined by Natasha Samuel…
 
If you’re like many of the people in our LABS and Paper Camp communities, you’ve probably pondered the idea of opening a brick & mortar shop for your business. In this episode, you’ll hear from Jen Palacio, owner of Tiny Turns Paperie, a brick & mortar shop in Somerville, MA. Jen uncovers what brought her to the idea of opening her own brick & mort…
 
The upcoming holiday sales season is upon us! The worldwide shipping delays, supply chain issues and labor shortages have been causing some massive challenges for small businesses everywhere, particularly for physical product businesses. Take a listen to hear my 5 action steps you can take to prepare yourself so you don’t face as many disruptions i…
 
Think visibility is your problem? It’s probably not! In this episode, I am welcoming back third-time guest, Brittney Lynn, CEO of the Human Connection Agency. We break down the core fears people have about being visible and how to make the most out of your visibility. Brittney drops so many gems from her public relations knowledge about pitching, h…
 
One in five women in the United States has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape, and a large number of these assaults happen on college campuses. With more companies creating “fun” and “flexible” work environments designed around happy hours and free alcohol, college rape survivors oftentimes find themselves hiding in plain sight. In o…
 
If you’ve been itching to grow your business then you’ll love today’s inspiring episode with Megan Fowler of Brown Parcel Press. In 2020, Megan’s business exploded and she saw over 300% growth. Even more impressive, just one SKU accounts for over 50% of her business’ annual profits. In this episode, Megan shares how she leaned into her passion and …
 
Whether you’re in the infant stages of your business or you’ve been running it for 10+ years, you might’ve had the thought at one point or another of making an exit. Selling your business can be an appealing thought, but is it right for you? In this week’s episode, I had a conversation with Chelsea Clarke of Blogs for Sale and Her Paper Route. Chel…
 
Business mindset and strategy need to go hand in hand in your product business. You can have all the strategies in the world, but you also need your mindset to be on point to grow your retail business. In this episode we'll cover: Why you’re not being your biggest cheerleader Comparing yourself to someone else's journey Building a community of peer…
 
The messy middle. It’s not a particularly fun place to be in business. It can be fraught with feelings of doubt, fear and imposter syndrome. While at the same time, it is a phase of business where tremendous growth happens and confidence builds. What is the messy middle? The messy middle is when you’re no longer a brand new business owner, eager wi…
 
Want to know how to create sales targets to grow sales in your retail business? This podcast will help with this. This isn’t about exactly how much money you will make, but having a plan for targets to aim for and what areas are going to drive these sales in your business. This means you can plan ahead, set targets to work towards your goal and man…
 
The challenges of running a business can be numerous. For those living with chronic illness, there are even more nuances to navigate, especially when it comes to listening and working with your body’s natural rhythm. In this episode, I was joined by Morgan Swank of Morgan Swank Studio. Morgan is a longtime student of our LABS community and a Paper …
 
How To Plan Ahead For Black Friday in Your Retail Business. Most small businesses hate Black Friday. It’s better to have a plan than no plan at all. In this episode we will cover: Feelings around Black Friday Why should you plan ahead Alternative options to Black Friday When is Black Friday? Planning out your Christmas promotions Let me know your t…
 
Considering making an exit from your corporate career? If you feel like you’re almost ready to make that jump then you’ll want to take a listen to this episode to know exactly what to prepare for as you make the leap! In this week’s episode, I chat with Desiree Perez of Paper Anchor. Desiree made this transition herself in January of 2021 and she t…
 
Are you ready to put money back into your pocket? In this episode, I am uncovering how you can do just that by increasing your products’ profit margins. I will walk you through everything that you need to know about profit margins from a micro-level. As a business owner, you’ll want to observe the profit margins for many reasons but it can be espec…
 
In this 2021 trend update podcast, we delve into the meaning behind macro trends, three macro trends and they are influencing customer behaviour and design. Plus an overview of design trends for 2021 in a range of product categories. In this episode we will cover: Using trends Three 2021 macro trends How they relate to a range of product categories…
 
Storytelling is such a powerful way to connect with your customers. Our current and prospective customers want to know the people behind the brand, why you make the products you do and what your brand stands for. In this week's all new episode of Proof to Product, I chat with Michelle Knight of Brandmerry. She takes us on the path to discovering ho…
 
One big lesson I learned over the past year: the importance of routines! I crave a routine and to be honest, before now, I don’t know if I ever realized how deeply I needed routines. When we were thrown into the pandemic and our school, work and household routines were constantly in flux, I saw the influence that routines had. In this episode, I’m …
 
Kimberley is the New York sales representative for Crow + Canary. During her 15+ year career in the stationery industry, Kimberley has worked at Crane & Co., Kate’s Paperie, as well as two of her own independent boutiques. She got her start running a letterpress studio, and has since worked all sides of the business – manufacturing, wholesaling, cu…
 
Katie Hunt, founder of Tradeshow Bootcamp dives deeper into how to create a wholesale resource section on your website, something she and Rhonda Warren talked about briefly on episode 61. Katie shares what to include in your resource center, how to structure things and why it is important to make it easy for your wholesale customers to buy. Listen …
 
Savitha Reddy Pathi is the Deputy Director of Climate Solutions, a nonprofit in Seattle that's focused on accelerating clean energy solutions to the climate crisis. In this episode, Savitha and Tim talk about: How Climate Solutions is helping fight the climate crisis How relationships with donors have changed due to COVID-19 What motivates people t…
 
Rebekah Tennis is the founder of Wild Ink Press, a letterpress studio and retail storefront located in northern California. Rebekah started Wild Ink Press in 2009 and was part of our very first Tradeshow Bootcamp class in 2011. The Wild Ink Press brand offers witty and pretty greeting cards, stationery, and other paper goods that can be found in hu…
 
Hey friends, when you’re building your wholesale business there’s no doubt that you’ll be headed to trade shows to get your product out there and in front of the right buyers. The reality is, trade shows are expensive and you don’t want to waste a single minute while exhibiting. In this episode, I reverse engineer what it really costs to exhibit at…
 
Today on Proof to Product we’re welcoming Paper Camp Alum, and founder of Chez Gagne, Alex Gagne! Alex attended our Paper Camp Conference back in February of 2015 before debuting her wholesale line at the National Stationery Show. Since then, Alex has gone on to expand her product offering, add new team members, and achieve her vision for the Chez …
 
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