Advice for founders: When building something you believe in, nobody can sell it better than you
2021 11 07
Jaime Schmidt started an indie personal care company in her kitchen with no money and no network. That didn’t stop her. She eventually sold it for 9 figures to Unilever.
Being a first-time founder comes with incredible challenges. And when there’s no reputation or credentials to lean on, it’s even tougher. You have to work extra hard to convince investors and unlock opportunities that easily fall into the laps of others who are better networked.