Megna Murelli started with a problem on where to buy her favourite spices in amounts suitable for the kitchen... not the restaurant. With that problem, she created a spice subscription model, which, over the years organically grew.
Megna now helps other budding food entrepreneurs to start their own food business.
Megna and I discuss so much about starting your food business, and also how to slowly grow your business.
Megna's Website: www.startyourfoodbusiness.com.au
Megna's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/startyourfoodbusinessaustralia/?ref=br_rs
Megna's Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/startyourfoodbusiness/
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Yvette Salvaris is a teacher who has turned her side-hustle into a full-time business where she creates online courses and helps other course creators.
- Yvette's journey from teacher to online course creator
- Why you need to have an established audience before creating your course
- How to test your online course and edit on the fly
- Why face to face networking is still key
Johann Nogueira started like we all start, looking to teach others. With dreams of being a university lecturer, Johann became a bit discouraged by watching classes of dis-engaged uni students. As a side-hustle, he started an eBay store, which quickly turned into a highly profitable business
From there, Johann went from strength to strength in building a series of different businesses. Now, along with Johann's companies, he teaches business owners how to develop their perfect life.
Johann is incredibly gracious in his time and reveals his ten steps to building a business empire. Along with this Johann covers the following:
- How he manages his day
- Why it is essential to prioritise your goals
- How to network at events
- And a whole lot more.
Felicity Dougherty turned her side hustle into a full-time hustle where she helps other small business owners manage their web presence and let her clients focus on other parts of their business.
With a focus on e-commerce, Felicity and I chat about why outsourcing your website is a good idea for someone with limited time.
For those DIY-ers, we also cover a lot of tips and tricks for how to manage your own e-commerce store including how to write product descriptions.
You can catch Felicity at www.smallsites.com.au
And you can see me at www.vincemassara.com
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Keeta Williams went from communications to education, and back to marketing with her own business where she helps small business owners manage their web presence.
Hear how teachers can use their existing skills and knowledge to start a side-hustle.
Keeta drops some massive tips and tricks for starting your own business.
- Ways you can start small
- Always look for feedback, and how to act on that feedback
-Why it is important to fail early in business!
Check out Keeta Williams at www.keeta.com.au
Download my FREE side-hustle toolkit at www.vincemassara.com/toolkit
Imagine being able to steal some business ideas from some of the best teachers who have started their side hustles.
That is what I am planning on doing, I am able to share them all with you on the Teacher's Side Hustle Podcast.