In today’s show we have 2 powerful women in business that actually launched just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit our great nation. Talk about a massive time to start a business, yet together they have navigated their way through this difficult time supporting each other and growing their network of business buddies around the world.
Shida operates Dental on Demand, a Sydney based mobile oral health service that visits child care dentures, corporate workplaces and also conducts home visits.
Also joining us is Jacquie from Senior Dental Care, also a Sydney based mobile service, who is making dentistry available to our dearly loved and vulnerable aged care facility residents.
Together these two amazing oral health therapists are not only making dentistry accessible, but affordable and striving to bring dental education to all age groups.
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Here is the episode breakdown:
2.54 What has been the hardest part of starting your business
4.26 Are you more comfortable since starting your business
6.17 What’s something you know now you wish you knew before
7.42 Stepping out of comfort zones
8.29 What’s the biggest challenge in oral health
9.40 Education side of business
10.50 What’s the business goal
13.08 Where to from here
14.40 Marketing challenges at the start
17.15 Whats a positive take away from COVID19
19.26 Where can we find you both
From today’s episode, you can find Shida from Dental on Demand:
From today’s episode, you can find Jacquie from Senior Dental Care:
How can you find us:
Co-Pilot Program: https://bit.ly/bizcopilot
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/microsmallbusinesssupportgroup/
Kerry @ Zinc Business Solutions: https://zincbusinesssolutions.com.au/
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