Women will change the World: Julia Simmonds, Itchy Baby Co.
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In this week’s episode of ‘Women will change the world’ TV Peace Mitchell will chat with Julia Simmonds, founder of Itchy Baby Co. Itchy baby co. helps parents to keep their children’s skin healthy with their simple pharmacist developed natural skincare routine. Itchy Baby Co. wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the deeply challenging period in Julia‘s life when she was battling practically and emotionally with her baby boy’s severe eczema. Feeling drained and exhausted after an eczema flare up which resulted in a hospital admission and carrying around a huge amount of guilt for not being able to help her baby boy, Julia set to work, using her knowledge and education as a pharmacist to develop a natural skincare routine to help her son.
Top tips from Julia:
1. Don’t get caught up in what other people’s idea of business success might look like. Eg for some people having a huge office space with many staff is an indicator of success.
2. Ignore labels like ‘lifestyle business’, ‘mummy business’ ‘garage business’ ‘cottage business’,
3. Listen, ask questions and be constantly learning, but remember no one understands you and what drives your business better than you do.
In this episode of Women Will change the world TV join Peace Mitchell as she speaks with Julia Simmonds, founder of The Itchy Baby Co about how she's helping families of babies and children with allergies, sensitive skin and serious skin conditions.Women will change the world TV#womenwillchangetheworld
Posted by Women's Business School on Wednesday, 11 July 2018
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