StartupNation Radio

Dell Technologies and Offbeat Native on Starting Small Businesses

On this week’s episode of StartupNation Radio, Jeff talks to Megan Shadle and YJ Lin from Dell Technologies to discuss Dell’s commitment to entrepreneurial spirit, as well as Alexis Wormley to hear the story of her clothing company, Offbeat Native.

Tune in to the full StartupNation Radio show to hear Lin and Shadle discuss Dell’s commitment to entrepreneurship, as well as Wormley’s experience with starting a business in the fashion industry:

First up are Shadle and Lin from Dell Technologies.

During the interview, Shadle and Lin discuss:

  • Dell’s commitment to entrepreneurship
  • The importance of collaboration
  • Pursuing a side hustle alongside a main career
  • Lin’s experience with starting several businesses
  • Different roles involved in the process of starting a business

For more information about Dell Technologies, visit the official site, and follow on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Next is Wormley, owner of women’s clothing company Offbeat Native.

During the interview, Wormley touches on:

  • Starting a business in the fashion industry
  • Working with wholesale brands
  • Taking on several roles while managing a small business
  • The importance of a vision board when planning your business
  • Establishing yourself as a female entrepreneur

For more information about Offbeat Native, visit the official website, and follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

We’ll be back next weekend with another exciting episode of StartupNation Radio! Stay tuned.

Do you have a great entrepreneurial success story to share? Tell us your story here and you could be featured on an upcoming episode of StartupNation Radio.

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