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Graced by Grit: The Entrepreneurial Woman’s Guide to Starting a Business With Power, Passion and Purpose

Posted: February 15, 2020 at 1:07 pm   /   by   /   comments (1)

Kimberly Caccavo and Kate Nowlan, Co-founders of the women’s apparel brand GRACEDBYGRIT and co-authors of the international best-selling book “Graced by Grit: The Entrepreneurial Woman’s Guide to Starting a Business With Power, Passion and Purpose” joins Enterprise Radio.

This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guests Kimberly Caccavo and Kate Nowlan discuss the following:

  1. Why did you write the book for women?
  2. How can you find your passion and develop your passion into a business?
  3. How do you harness your courage? Also, you say using your gut can give you the guts to start your own business. How?
  4. What are the four key things you need to know to take action and start your business?
  5. How do you build support for your venture and what the best ways to raise capital?
  6. What are the six magic keys to resilience?

Kimberly Caccavo is co-founder and former CEO of  GRACEDBYGRIT, the women’s apparel brand. She brought technology and business experience to the company; she received her BS in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley and an MBA from UCLA. Kimberly has had a rich and varied career during which she designed metals used in the space shuttle; did research on ceramic heat engines; ran a telephone directory business; helped privatize a Latin American phone company; started a cable company; worked in Hollywood, and had her own consultancy helping to launch businesses. 

Kate Nowlan is co-founder of the women’s apparel brand GRACEDBYGRIT. She brought coaching experience and product knowledge specific to female athletes to the company. She received her BA in Sociology and Psychology from UMass Amherst. As an entrepreneur, she also owned her own company organizing small businesses and homes. She launched, coached, and grew a youth and masters swim program, was an executive for a nonprofit in which she planned and ran events, coordinated fundraisers, ran the day-to-day office operations, and launched new revenue-driving community programs. Upon the sale of GRACEDBYGRIT to HYLETE, Kate joined as the VP of HYLETE Experience.

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