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Tribe Building: Lessons To Learn From The Founding Moms

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Gregory Rouse

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My guest is Jill Salzman, who is currently in the midst of growing her third entrepreneurial venture. It's called The Founding Moms, and it's the world’s first and only kid-friendly collective of monthly meetups for mom entrepreneurs. A graduate of Brown University and law school, Jill started a music-management firm and then launched a baby-jewelry company before creating her current venture.
In this program you will learn:
• How and why Jill became a solopreneur
• What The Founding Moms is all about
• Why Jill created The Founding Moms
• The biggest challenge Jill has faced in creating this type of venture
• How the launching of The Founding Moms differed from the launching of her previous two businesses
• How you can launch your own Founding Moms Exchange