029 Hollie Williams – Constantly Diversifying for Success

Today we chat with Hollie Williams, IWORK’s first Champion of the Month, about the secrets of successfully working for yourself.  She has a 9-year track record of impressive growth and is very well known as an expert in her field of hair extensions.

Hollie’s business started whilst she was at college and grew significantly as she established her reputation as The Weave Queen, working with the biggest names in her field including the Kardashian’s hairdresser.  Hollie is a true entrepreneur constantly adapting and diversifying her business to keep ahead of the latest trends.

Join us to hear the secrets of Hollie’s success, including:

  • Being passionate about what you do will ensure you are driven to keep doing it;
  • How clever and targeted use of social media can bring you significant success;
  • Constantly innovating and diversifying your offering will ensure you stay relevant;
  • Why expanding the business to include a team requires a different approach to working solo.

This is one of our favourite interviews, well worth a listen for all solopreneurs and anyone thinking of setting up a business.

About Hollie Williams

Known as “The Weave Queen”, Hollie is an expert in her field and has done many famous faces over the years.  Hollie specialises in Weaves (no braids) and Keratin Bonds, and she also supplies luxury wigs and toppers.  Hollie only offers extension methods that she would wear herself, and have been tried and tested for many years to ensure hair stays healthy whilst looking fabulous.  Hollie says she was put on this earth to make hair long!

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