Is Your Business a Vitamin or a Pain Killer? Knowing the Difference Led CurlMix to 7 Figures
February 10, 2020
Hosted by Sara Roach Lewis
Is Your Business A Vitamin Or A Pain Killer? When Kimberly Lewis, co founder of CurlMix, organic products for curly hair, realized she was selling a vitamin and not the solution to her customers’ pain, she stopped in her tracks and pivoted with lightning speed. Leaving product, marketing and money spent behind to give her customers what they told her they wanted paid off quickly. On this week’s episode of Breakthrough, join Sara Roach Lewis as she talks with the millennial entrepreneur about turning her business on its head and how in less than five years she scaled to a $12 million valuation- with $5.5 million in sales last year alone. Kimberly is transparent about the sacrifices that are required when seeking funding, turning down an offer from Shark Tank, her billion dollar plans and the free in-house genius who helped make it all happen.
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Entrepreneurs often have similar characteristics: energy, passion, vision. Why do some soar to success while others struggle to climb?
Would it shock you to know that less than 2 percent of women-owned businesses in North America ever achieve a million dollars a year in revenue? Why is that? How do we dramatically increase that number?
What methods and mindsets do these powerful businesswomen have that you can learn from as you press forward on your journey to success? What obstacles did they face, opportunities did they identify, and trails did they blaze to hit this milestone?
Each week Sara Roach Lewis has conversations with the ambitious women entrepreneurs that help to form that 2 percent as well as those destined to shatter it. Are you interested in becoming a 7-figure entrepreneur? Sara Roach Lewis is here to help you “breakthrough.”
Sara Roach Lewis
Sara Roach Lewis is a successful entrepreneur, recognized expert in gender equality, facilitator, strategist, mentor, coach and radio host. Over the last 15 years, Sara has worked with some of our country’s top female leaders and has helped dozens of entrepreneurs scale and grow their businesses.
With a background in the not-for-profit sector, Sara honed her operations and management skills building programs, leading teams and managing budgets.
As an expert in women working in traditionally male occupations, she has worked with hundreds of women to succeed in their careers while blazing new trails for others. At the same time, she has worked with industry leaders and associations to address the systemic and structural women face, whether it is in business, government, trades, technology, or trucking.
In fact, she developed Trade HERizons, a program to increase the number of women in the trades sector in her home province. Over 10 years, the number of women in the sector has increased by 1100 percent.
A life-long learner, Sara has a degree in Psychology, diplomas in business administration and journalism and is a trained mediator focusing on interest-based conflict resolution. For the past several years, Sara has honed her focus on women in business and helping women meet their own million-dollar milestone. Through coaching and training, she helps established business owners focus on building their business to the next level.