Episode 38: Gwen Jimmere- First African-American Woman to Hold A Patent For a Natural Hair Care Product 0
Welcome to Episode 38th of Dreams Inspire Reality Podcast!
On Today's Episode, I chatted with the Beautiful Gwen Jimmere and we talked about everything from securing her Patent, Getting into Wholefoods with her first Pitch and how you can get into retail. Plus we really dive into the REAL DEAL when small businesses get their products into major retail stores.
Gwen Jimmere is a gifted visionary on an unrelenting mission to shatter the rules of the beauty game and change them for good. As CEO and founder of Naturalicious, she’s already cemented her place in history as the first African American woman to hold a patent for a natural hair care product. She is the mastermind behind The Hello Gorgeous Hair Care System; the only sulfate, paraben, mineral oil, petroleum, gluten, and cruelty-free line of products that actually smash your hair care routine into smithereens by combining several necessary steps for flawless hair into only 3 simple products. A respected authority in the hair care industry, she was named one of the 100 Most Influential African Americans in the U.S. along with the likes of Beyonce and LeBron James. She was also named one of the Top 10 Business Women in the state of Michigan, as well as the winner of the Black Enterprise Elevator Pitch Competition, and has been featured on Fox News, TVOne, and in Entrepreneur, Essence, Fast Company, and The Washington Post.
Gwen’s irresistible charm and relatable personality make her an explosive and highly sought after speaker. She lights up stages across the country, giving keynotes and talks on what it takes to win in business, entrepreneurship, and life. Based in Detroit, MI, when she’s not strategizing her next business move, you can find her hanging out with her son Caiden, Naturalicious’ CCO (Chief Candy Curator).
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