Ep. 130: The Secret To Keeping Your Business Partnership Strong With Jo Raydan and Vickie Williams

Interviews, strategy and advice for building your online business with your host Trudy Rankin. 

 

 

 Summary

 

If you’ve ever worked in partnership with another entrepreneur, you’ll know that sometimes it isn’t easy.  Different visions, different values and different styles can often cause misunderstanding and conflict.

 

In this episode, Jo Raydan and Vicki Williams from Two Natural Ladies, share their secret for success in running their eCommerce business as partners..  They have been friends for over 30 years and have worked together as business partners for many of those years.

 

In the interview we talked about:

 

  • How Jo and Vicki got started working together
  • Their secret for being able to keep working together no matter what
  • Their “Why” and what their business model looks like
  • Why personal interest, passion and aligning with natural values matter in achieving business success  
  • Their approach to marketing and how they use social media (hint, it’s not for selling)
  • Why ongoing personal development really matters
  • The logistics side of an e-commerce business
  • What to do and what to avoid when starting an e-commerce business

 

If you’re interested in partnerships and/or eCommerce, have a listen.  There is a lot of lived wisdom here.

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Trudy Rankin is the host of the Online Business Launchpad Podcast, Director of West Island Digital and the founder of the Online Business Lift-Off program.

 

Affiliate Disclaimer: If you click on links on this page and then make a purchase, I may earn a commission (at no cost to you).  I am a proud affiliate of these resources because I use them in my own life and business.

 

The transcript for this episode can be found here.

Today's Guests

 

Jo Raydan and Vicki Williams

Jo Raydan and Vicki Williams are the co-owners of Two Natural Ladies, an eCommerce business that promotes a range of 100% Australian Eco Safe Cleaning Products made in New South Wales, Australia.

 They love to connect people and create communities through education and collaboration, inspiration and support -in areas including the environment and sustainability, mental health and kindness.  They believe that with, “everyone doing a little bit – together we can do so much”

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