Entrepreneurs Will Knock You Over

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This past weekend’s StartupNation radio show featured an interview with entrepreneur Emily Blumenthal of Yasmena. She tells the story of how she got her product to be featured on QVC. She saw her opportunity and literally knocked people out of her way to make it happen. You can listen to the story here – it’s in the last segment of the show so you’ll have to listen to a bunch of great StartupNation radio before you get to it.

There ain’t nothin’ a passionate entrepreneur won’t do to get her product into the hands of a buying public. You gotta’ be bold and sometimes you gotta’ be aggressive.

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