For Episode 197 of Amplify Your Business, we’re joined by Nicole Matos, the founder of Oonnie and CEO of Rivet Construction. Oonnie is, essentially, an online farmer’s market. Small and medium sized local food producers can join Oonnie and easily set up their own shops to get their food products online and available for customers to buy quickly, and easily. Customers can then go to a single website, Oonnie, to find all of the local food products they want to buy. The Oonnie difference is that all products can be put into one basket, even from different vendors, and checked out all at the same time. As well, unlike farmer’s markets, Oonnie is available 24/7.
To learn more, visit Oonnie’s website at https://oonnie.com/.
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00:00 - Intro
00:52 - What are three things that you think every entrepreneur should know?
03:04 - Tell me a little bit about Oonnie.
10:18 - Can you tell me about Rivet Construction?
11:52 - What motivated you to create something completely different in Oonnie than what you previously did with Rivet Construction?
14:29 - How do you balance the things that pull on your attention between the two businesses?
17:12 - The way you delegate your workload, where did you learn to do that?
18:34 - As an Indigenous woman entrepreneur, what would be more challenging, and what are some advantages that you have?
22:18 - Who or what inspires you?
25:31 - Can you share some of the things you learned with Rivet that helped shape the way you run Oonnie?
30:52 - If you were able to send a letter back in time to the pre-entrepreneurial Nicole, what would it say?
32:18 - What is the difference between personal vs. business credit?
35:05 - If any of our listeners wanted to connect with you, how could they do that?
36:34 - Outro
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