Business of Beauty


Episode 40: Brittany Stewart at Beauty Island

Learn Why Telling Stories Of Beauty Products And The Industry Is More Than Just Skin Deep!

Hosted by: David Lee

Show Notes:

Our guest is a content and media company focused on telling stories of beauty. A podcast of the celebration of life and lipstick, telling a person’s story bookmarked by the products that have shaped who they are and other content channels are a way to look behind the scenes of the industry and provide thoughtful (and fun!) commentary on trends, products, and issues.
She is proud of building it up independently as a side project to full-time work, a finalist for Best New Podcaster at the Australian Podcast Awards 2019, and featured as New and Noteworthy by Apple twice.
Her superpower is connecting with anyone over beauty chat. Being able to tame her curly hair. Telling herself that her new red lipstick is DEFINITELY necessary and a completely different shade to the 50 she already owns.

You’ll learn:

  • How having an innate understanding of who your audience is can benefit what you do
  • What are some of the big differences of marketing and journalism
  • What strategies bigger brand are doing to market their brand compared to smaller brands
  • The future of beauty businesses in general this 2020 and tips for anyone struggling
  • Tips & Suggestions for people starting their own beauty business


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