031: Designs That Customers Crave with Lorianne Trinh of Eat My Baby Co.
Lorianne Trinh was shopping for her two-year-old and couldn’t find clothing prints that represented her culture. She always wanted to start a side hustle and in July launched Eat My Baby Co., which makes playful children’s tracksuits with Asian-inspired snack designs. On launch day, she made $4.5K in sales and within a month made $25K.
Listen to our interview with Lorianne to learn:
How she came up with the name of Eat Your Baby Co. How Start and Scale empowered her to utilize marketing How to make a tech pack for clothing manufacturing The anxiety of starting a business Instagram account Why entrepreneurs should anticipate delays and more delays
Listen and learn how Lorianne is embracing her heritage to create a bold and desirable product line.
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