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Building a Successful Swimwear Brand from Scratch, Creative Freedom in Self-Funding Your Business, and Finding the Right Business Partner with Stay Wild Swimwear Founders, Natalie Glaze and Zanna Vandijk

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The BossBabe Podcast Episode 060

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • The story of how Zanna and Natalie created Stay Wild Swim without having business degrees or fashion design experience
  • Finding the right business partner and the qualities that you should be looking for
  • Joy in creative control and freedom from self-funding your own business
  • Dealing with the reality and honest struggle of trying to balance it all

EPISODE DESCRIPTION:

We’re getting cheeky in this episode on The BossBabe Podcast with BossBabe COO, Danielle Canty, and Stay Wild Swimwear Founders, Natalie Glaze and Zanna Vandijk.

Having no business degrees or background in fashion, Zanna and Natalie lets us in on how they created a sustainable and ethical swimwear brand that found massive success in only 18 months, even catching the eye of Anna Wintour at London Fashion Week. With such fast and wild success, Danielle, Zanna, and Natalie have an honest discussion about the struggles of balancing it all and the importance of finding the right business partner.

Are you looking to start a business of your own but afraid that you don’t have the education, money, or experience? Then this is the episode for you, so get ready to be inspired!

This episode is sponsored by The 90 Day Planner by BossBabe: bossbabe.com/goals

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