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Episode Info: heir own baked goods on the snack carts. [08:46] - Wendy describes in more detail how she runs the operation, specifically in terms of having support people for her employees with autism or special needs. She discusses one of the complications, but overall thinks it’s a great choice. [10:44] - Where is Wendy going to find clients, and how does she define who their potential (and ideal) clients are? [13:14] - We learn Wendy’s plan for how to reach out to potential new clients, and mentions how important it is to do a trial run so that the business can see how much value Katie’s Snack Cart offers. [15:55] - Wendy talks more about the customers’ reaction to the social mission. [17:59] - Recently, the company went and Christmas caroled at one of their client businesses, Wendy explains. [18:59] - One of the things that’s sold on the snack carts are cards featuring artwork by another person with autism. We hear about how this went, why Wendy thinks more cards didn’t sell, and why it was a great experience anyway./ [20:03] - Tom explains that a young entrepreneur wanted to sell pies at Rising Tide Car Wash on certain days, and had a similar experience to what Wendy described. [20:56] - What advice does Wendy have for people who are looking to start a business? Her inspirational answer may be exactly what you need to hear if you’ve been considering opening a business of your own. [23:05] - Wendy talks about a few simple ways that listeners can help out her company, as well as the autism community at large.   Links and Resources: Katie’s Snack Cart Katie’s Snack Cart on Facebook @KatiesSnackCart on Twitter katiessnackcart@gmail.com Wendy Kohman on LinkedIn Wendy Kohman on Instagram Tom D’Eri Tom Sena Rising Tide Car Wash Rising Tide U University of Miami-Nova Southeastern University Center for Autism & Related Disabilities...
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