Today, I am so honored to speak with Sandra Velasquez! While in between jobs, Sandra decided she was going to dedicate her time with “learning how to make stuff” during the pandemic. Being from California, where the nopalera is abundant, she decided to make soap. With no outside funding and in her first year launched, that “stuff” is now being sold in stores such as Nordstrom and over 200 independent retailers nationwide.
Be proactively present and join us as we discuss:
- When she discovered her culture wasn’t being celebrated in branding
- Sandra having a Latina focused brand
- How working for consumer packaged goods set her up for her own business
- Recommendations on how to get products in retail
- The importance of comp shopping
- Why you need to invest in branding
- Having systems and products in place to help business run smoothly
Where can you find Sandra:
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