How She Went Global®
Successful women entrepreneurs and business owners share stories about going global, and offer new ways to take on the world, stay inspired and have fun! They join host Laurel Delaney every month.
July 15, 2021
Heather Acerra on Building Creative Toys That Let the Imagination Soar
Heather Acerra, co-founder of Lux Blox, a Galesburg, Illinois family owned business, discusses what prompted her to start selling globally, why her company is considered more for the 21 st century, what overseas markets look promising, and why occupational therapists and parents of children on the autism spectrum have had success with Lux Blox.
June 15, 2021
Debra Dudley on Transforming Ordinary Grilling into Magnificent Meals Worldwide
Debra Dudley, President and owner of Oscarware, Inc., a family-owned certified woman business, discusses how she makes the world her business, utilizes governmental organizations to boost her global growth, gets paid and ships, and rides on the coattails of big global companies to fuel additional global growth for her business.
May 17, 2021
Kara Goldin on Turning No and You Can’t, Into Yes and I Will
Kara Goldin, Founder and CEO, Hint, Inc., Author, Undaunted. Overcoming Doubts & Doubters, discusses growing her unsweetened flavored water business to more than $150 million in annual sales, the challenges to going global, the advantages to selling a Made In USA product, and what prompted her to write a best-selling book.
April 15, 2021
Katrina Markoff on How Chocolate Can Raise Your Vibe
Katrina Markoff, founder and CEO of Vosges Haut-Chocolat, talks about growing her luxurious chocolate brand worldwide to more than $30 million in annual sales with 5% international, understanding the healing power of chocolate and rituals, and how to find your power in life.
March 15, 2021
Julie Smolyansky on How to Trust your Gut and Go For It
Julie Smolyansky, CEO, Lifeway Foods talks about how she became the youngest female CEO of a publicly held firm at the age of 27, grew its revenue from $12 million to currently more than $100 million in annual sales, and expanded distribution throughout the United States, Mexico and Ireland, as well as portions of Central and South America and the Caribbean. How did she do it? She trusted her gut and went for it.