The first Greek woman in history to start a liquor brand shares her tips!
Effie Panagopoulos, founder and CEO of KLEOS Mastiha Spirit, knows a thing or two about breaking into the spirits industry.
Panagopoulos encourages more women to get in the business. After all, "35% of
Craft Brewing Business is featuring women who are making a splash on the brewing industry. Read advice directly from these successful women, here.
What are your best tips for breaking into a male-dominated field? Let us know in the comments!
"Women are spirits educators, writers, buyers, bartenders, bar owners, brand ambassadors, brand managers, brand owners, distillery managers and even distillery owners. In fact, in just the last few years, the number of female master distillers and blenders has exploded. Women no longer just consume spirits, we make them."
A great read
Last year, I had the privilege of organizing and hosting a panel of women at the Nightclub & Bar Show
I'm speaking again this year (about technology -- also a timely and important topic
Sharing a dream can set you up for a lucky break.
Jane Tabachnick, founder of Jane Tabachnick & Co and Simply Good Press, is a lucky lady! Her business helps leaders become published authors and helps them leverage their book to grow their brand, visibility and profits. They also provide
A chance connection triggers a chain reaction.
Claire Matern, founder of a cheesemonger's daughter, is a lucky lady! Her business is a food lifestyle company for people who are "still interning at life." Its mission is to empower and encourage users to cook for themselves.
Her lucky break was a chance connection with
"Seeing ourselves as self-made leads us to be less generous and public-spirited."
Read more about humility and luck on the Atlantic.
How do you stay humble as your business grows? Let us know in the comments.
Finding luck and inspiration in the most difficult situations.
Heather Roberts, founder of Mom Bomb, found positivity and luck in a trying situation. Roberts' business helps moms in two ways: first by selling bath bombs for relaxation, and second by donating the proceeds to her charity, momBomb.org.
Heather found her life
One (or three!) lucky breaks can jumpstart a new career.
Rachel Kessler founded Kessler Communications, a public relations boutique specializing in health, science and wellness. Kessler uses her PR savvy to educate consumers and reporters on the latest pioneering cancer treatments and promote products that help people
"After an exhaustive search, I found that all financially successful people only have two real things in common: luck and timing."
A great read from Forbes! Check out the rest here.
Do you believe luck is necessary for financial success? Let us know in the comments!