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A lot of people in the entrepreneurship world see corporate roles as the evil, soul-sucking thing you do before you see the light and become an entrepreneur. Business coach Jessica Marx disagrees.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Jessica on today’s episode on her entrepreneurship journey and how her high-profile corporate role prepared her.
Recently named Top 10 Female Coach by Yahoo! Finance, Jessica Marx has over a decade of sales and executive management experience. Her role was critical to the growth of the business and she worked alongside the CEO and Board of Directors to develop strategies on both the operational and sales divisions of the company. She has managed annual budgets of over $100 million-plus and is ready to apply these same principles to your brand.
Jessica’s corporate experience influences her approach as a coach. She’s able to take each goal and tie it to revenue growth. She streamlines processes, identifies areas of wasteful spend and motivates her clients to level up. Jessica has built and created four thriving businesses from the ground up and is ready to help you build yours.
ABOUT THE HN HAUS PODCAST
The HN Haus Podcast hosted by Hannah Nieves was born out of the desire to showcase high-level entrepreneurs and brands and their unique stories and experiences into entrepreneurship. You’ll hear raw and uncut stories from these women and how they learned to thrive. Episodes are released weekly.
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