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How To Spot A Shoplifter – Vanessa Van Edwards

Vanessa Van Edwards is a Behavioural Investigator who specialises in the psychology behind what makes people behave in the ways they do. A few years back Vanessa joined me on the podcast to discuss how retailers can use charisma and body language to sell just about anything to anyone and why it’s important to be the perfect blend of approachable and knowledgable when it comes to sales.

This has become one of my most listened to episodes, with dozens of retailers writing in to tell me how much value they gained from Vanessas insights. Especially when we start stepping through how to spot a shoplifter simply by watching their body language!

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Insider Secrets – How To Get PR Without Spending Money – Christina Nicholson

Should you invest in PR? Is it worth the money? What do you do when you finally have people checking out your stuff? How do spot a dodgey deal from a great publicity opportunity?

Today I’m chatting with former TV reporter turned PR Guru, Christina Nicholson. Christina uses her no nonsense strategies to help independent business owners, solopreneurs and entrepreneurs all over the world gain and leverage publicity.

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How I Built A Global Fashion Empire With NO Money

In this episode with us is amazing Jane Lu from Showpo and it’s real pleasure to have Jane in the show.

Jane is a real synonym for success. Her business grows from a small garage shop to 60M USD in just 7-8 years.

It’s not easy to grow like that and there are many hurdles but it’s important to have a goal you want to achieve, Jane shared with us her inspirational story about everything she experienced during this period from nothing to success.

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Scaling From $100K To $4M – How I Did It – Kade Wilcox

I know that we have been talking about scaling your business a lot over the last couple of weeks. And I thought it would be a really great opportunity to bring somebody on who has done a fantastic job of doing exactly that; scaling their business. Kade Wilxoc is the co-founder. He originally founded it but now you’re co-founder of Primitive Social and may have scaled it from just a hundred thousand dollars in revenue a year to 4 million dollars in revenue in just four years. So I’m going to let Kade tell you the story about how he did it but I know that you are going to love this one because we are all about growth this month here on the bringing business to retail podcast

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Simple Ways To Boost Profits – Carmel Griffith

I know that if you are running a business any type of business on the side it can be a constant juggle between working out how much time you should put in and how much money you should put in and the stress that comes with juggling having a full-time job or even a part-time job and a family and then this business as well but I want you to know it can be done. So, I have bought Carmel Griffith onto the show she is a real retailer just like you and she’s going to talk about how she runs her what we call in the term side hustle even though I don’t like that word,

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How To Make $3500 In Sales With a $100 Facebook Ads Spend – Sherrie Micallef

Well before the days of Lime Lifestyle Sherrie could be found eagerly flicking through the latest home décor magazines in the local newsagency trying to work out which ones she hasn’t read yet and pouring over the latest trends from all over the world.

For just over 2 decades Sherrie and her business partner ran a successful remedial building company. Every few years they would create passion projects, designing and building houses for themselves. The interior fit out was always her favourite part of any project, designing the kitchens, bathrooms, colour schemes and then finally getting the chance to add those touches that turn a house into a home.