Look who's in the Spotlight! It's one of our Ahh-mazing Mompreneur friends or Experts telling it "like it is" - how she started her business, the real results and missteps along the way.
Get more start-up advice in our Podcast Interviews area. Psst! It's like being a fly on the wall.
Equal Parts Mentor and Sidekick
Rachel Olsen, Founder, Best Mom Products Show + Podcast started this site to educate and inspire entrepreneurs by filling in the details of seemingly overnight success stories.
She is the Author of book Shark Tank MOMpreneurs Take a Bite Out of Publicity ~ How 5 Inventors Leveraged the Media to Build their Business and How You Can, Too.
Best Mom Products provides:
Mom Entrepreneur and expert interviews to help you move forward in your business faster. Learn from other’s tips and mistakes to help you excel quicker without wasting time and money
Start-up Tools, Resources + Mini-Courses to help you tell your authentic story in a way that the media will receive it.
I am dedicated to raising the profile of start-up Founders. I want to help YOU get the real (not fluff) information you need … because when you have the knowledge and know-how, you don’t waste time, money and energy. You get to where you want to be faster, making smarter decisions and feeling supported along the way.
I’ve had 100’s of entrepreneurs pitch me their stories as the Host of the iTunes “New + Noteworthy” Best Mom Products Show + Podcast.
I’ve positioned and pitched everyone from the solo mompreneur to a Google Executive and Larry Ellison, Founder + CEO, Oracle Corporation.
It can be hard…really hard… to get customers and media to notice you. Need some support and guidance? You’ve come to the right place.
See what other Momprenuers are saying.
Rachel has energy, a journalists charm, big picture planning and exactly the right amount of business acumen and technology know how! Rachel is fantastic at connecting the connectors and delivering powerful media to better the way you work and live.
Rachel was professional from the start, a pleasure to work with, and has an interesting entrepreneurial story of her own.
Rachel immediately struck me as someone with a great deal of integrity and respect for fellow Mompreneurs. Her passion to give a voice to women and an outlet to express themselves is admirable.