From a collaboration of small business owners I got to participate in over the weekend:
L-R: Molly, Eugenia Siero, Hope Greenleaf, Chanel Blaylock.
Molly owns The Petite Party Animal where they make art and decor for playrooms, nurseries and events.
Additionally, Molly hosts creative classes for children and gives 10% of her sales to charitable organizations that promote the access of art and art education in underserved areas.
Check out Molly’s website at ThePetitiePartyAnimal.com.
Eugenia Siero owns District Sitter, an elite boutique childcare agency providing the best childcare service for families in the DC area.
District Sitter covers all your childcare related needs - from full-time nannies to date-night sitters to special event care so you never fall short on childcare.
Check out Eugenia’s website at DistrictSitter.com.
Hope Greenleaf owns Tunes 4 Tots where they're all about music education through song, movement, and play.
Tunes 4 Tots offers private classes, as well as group classes at several locations, and they do birthday parties.
Check out Hope’s website at Tunes4Tots.com.
Chanel Blaylock is a licensed and certified Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist and owner of Speech Boutique.
Chanel helps young children overcome limitations related to speech and language delays and disorders.
Check out Chanel’s website at TheSpeechBoutique.com.
This is what forming strategic partnerships looks like
We're all in the family services industry and will be coming together on June 8th with other small business owners in the family industry to put on a family expo.
By working together, we'll be able to attract a crowd of our shared target audience and we will all benefit.
Teamwork makes the dream work.
I encourage everyone to identify what makes a good strategic partnership opportunity for your business and actively seek out those opportunities.
Success is a team sport. What team are you on?