Episode 16 - Entrepreneur in sustainable fashion after Africa and the Big4 with Natalie Festa
Join in for a conversation with Natalie Festa, Co-founder of Boro - a peer-to-peer clothing rental marketplace. Natalie is a fellow KPMG audit alum. From there she got a sabbatical to work as a managing director of a local fashion company in Tanzania where she was also the roommate of Lucas Perlman, who came on as a guest on episode 11 of the podcast! We go through Natalie's journey of listening to your gut and getting off that hedonistic career treadmill, seeing the fashion supply chain in the developing world, quitting with nothing but an idea and the entrepreneurial journey she has embarked on. We go discuss ways of starting a company without VC funding but bootstrapping, the day to day realities and more! Stay on and listen to my interview with Natalie.
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