StartupNation Radio: R. Riveter Uses Mobile Flexible Income Strategy

On this week’s episode of StartupNation Radio, Jeff speaks with Cameron Cruse of R. Riveter, a handbag company that enlists military spouses as manufacturers.

During the interview, Cruse discusses:

    • How a quarter-life crisis prompted her to pivot her career plan.
    • How R. Riveter’s business structure supports the military community.
    • Why she and her partner chose handbags as their product.
    • The steps she and her partner took to make their idea a reality.

Lisa Bradley, left, and Cameron Cruse founded R. Riveter. For more information about R. Riveter, visit the official website, and follow on Instagram and Facebook.

Tune in to the StartupNation Radio show with Cameron Cruse here:

On today’s full episode of StartupNation Radio, Jeff Sloan interviews Cruse and Chris Budnik of Heiroom about turning a kernel of an idea into a business.

Tune in to the full StartupNation Radio show with Cameron Cruse and Chris Budnik here:

We’ll be back soon 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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