Quit Your Job, Sis

Starting a Business During the Pandemic w/ Founders of Meet Cute Box Brenda & Tony Berardo

August 22, 2022 Lindsay Hanson / Brenda and Tony Berardo Episode 130
Quit Your Job, Sis
Starting a Business During the Pandemic w/ Founders of Meet Cute Box Brenda & Tony Berardo
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Looking for a fun and unique way to keep the spark alive with your significant other? What if there was a way to have new and exciting date ideas delivered right to your door? Well, there is – it’s called Meet Cute Box! It's a subscription service that sends date night ideas to you each month so you can skip the planning and just enjoy quality time with your partner.

In this episode, I chat with the founders of Meet Cute Box, Brenda & Tony Berardo, about their entrepreneurial journey, the inspiration behind their business, and what it takes to succeed as a couple working the business together. They also offer advice for other entrepreneurs, including tips on how you can open a business while working a corporate job, the power of networking, and how Meet Cute Box can help you and other entrepreneurs get more eyes on your business by partnering with them.

So if you're wondering how you can turn your entrepreneurial dreams into a reality, or if you're just looking for some fun and unique date night ideas, this episode is for you!

Join us as we discuss:

(1) The story behind Meet Cute Box and how it helps couples connect

(2) The importance of research, commitment, and innovation for entrepreneurs

(3) How Meet Cute Box shares small businesses with a wider audience

(4) Meet Cute Box’s different subscription plans and the type of products you can expect to receive

(5) Some of the challenges and rewards of running a business with your significant other

(6) How your business can collaborate with Meet Cute Box and help increase your revenue

(7) Using the power of social media and word-of-mouth marketing for your small business

(8) Brenda & Tony's advice for other entrepreneurs who are just starting out or who want to start a side hustle

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This interview is part of a podcast sponsorship by Meet Cute Box. If you're looking for a fun way to connect even more with your partner, be sure to check out their website and use the code NEWBIE for $10 off your first box!

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Connect with Brenda and Tony
Website: https://www.meetcutebox.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meetcutebox/

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The inspiration and idea behind Meet Cute Box
How Meet Cute became a business
Challenges Brenda and Tony faced from starting Meet Cute during the pandemic
Dynamics of working with your significant other in a business
Why temporary sacrifices are required in the beginning to establish your business full time
What you get when you subscribe to the monthly Meet Cute service
How small businesses can be a part of Meet Cute
What you get with a singles Meet Cute subscription
How Brenda and Tony come up with date night ideas for the monthly subscriptions
What changes and lessons learned when working with your significant other
Final piece of advice to other entrepreneurs who’re just starting out in their business