Fun. Exciting. Innovative. Gotta-have-it.
Are these words your customers and employees use to describe your company?
If not, be sure to watch this episode of Allie & You… I’m sharing the interview I did at our recent Blast Off Business Breakthrough with Johnny Earle, a.k.a. Johnny Cupcakes, founder of the world’s first T-shirt bakery.
At age 19, Johnny grew his business from a running joke with his co-workers into a multimillion-dollar, highly exclusive t-shirt brand with a worldwide cult-like following. A master at inspiring innovation, creating experiences, and building brand loyalty, Johnny has been named the “Top Innovator in Retail” by the Boston Globe and “America’s #1 Young Entrepreneur” by Business Week.
On this episode you'll discover:
- How to increase productivity and employee engagement with one simple tweak
- One of the easiest – and most overlooked – ways to brand your business
- What to offer to create a feeding frenzy among your customers
- How to stand out in a crowd, especially if your emails are getting ignored
And so much more!
Voice for Business Success
Allison Maslan, CEO of Pinnacle Global Network, The World Leader in Scaling Businesses. She is the Wall Street Journal Best Selling Author of, Scale or Fail, which is endorsed by Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran of Shark Tank. Allison’s built 10 successful companies starting out at age 19. Her client list has included Ben & Jerry’s, Supercuts, Charlotte Russe, and Allstate.
Now she and her team of CEO Mentors pay it forward by helping business owners scale their companies, fast-track their success and create a more meaningful life. The Pinnacle Global Network, her private mentoring and mastermind enterprise has guided thousands of business owners over the past 10 years. Allison’s been featured in Inc., Success, Fortune, Fast Company and Forbes Magazines, is a regular contributor to Entrepreneur Magazine and a featured expert on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and Fox across the US. Allison has also hosted her own podcast, The Scale or Fail Show, since 2011.