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What would you do if you only had 62 cents left in your business bank account? Would you call it quits and permanently close the doors? Or, would you take a risk by reevaluating your business model?
This was the exact scenario today’s guest, Sam Remboldt, found herself in about a year ago. As the Founder and Creative Director of Fancy Sips, a business that offers virtual mixology parties, Sam had some extremely tough decisions to make.
Fortunately, Sam was able to turn the ship around and scale Fancy Sips to over six figures in less than three months after discovering she only had 62 cents left in her business bank account. And best of all, she’s here to tell us how she did it!
In this episode, Sam is chatting with us about her entrepreneurial journey of creating, building, almost losing…and finally, successfully scaling Fancy Sips. She’s giving us a real look inside what happens when a business doesn’t go according to plan and the pivotal changes she made to save her business. She’s also sharing her golden advice on pricing psychology, booking high-paying corporate clients, and growing a team of A-players.
So grab a pen and paper…and hit play now!
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