[Ep #131] Grow your business with joint ventures with Lisa Alexander

A recent report stated that about 70% of women owned businesses in the U.S. generated $25,000 or less in revenue in their business.

Well my guest today is Lisa Alexander – known as the Marketing Stylist and owner of PrettyWork Creative LLC. She’s also an author and incredible speaker. After learning about this report, Lisa created a hashtag #Crush25K to bring awareness to this number for women who want to move out of that 70%.

She also is an advocate for Joint Ventures as a great strategy to grow your income and on today’s show Lisa will share:

  • How leveraging joint ventures can grow your business and increase exposure;
  • What a drama-free joint venture project looks like;
  • How to create one;
  • and much more.

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About Lisa Alexander:

Known as The Marketing Stylist™ and is the owner of PrettyWork Creative LLC. Lisa is an author and incredible speaker. Volunteers her time with Freedom Place – a safe house for girls rescued from sex traffickinglisasmiling and was recognized by the SuperLady Movement for her work.



What did you think about the message Lisa shared today? What action are you going to take to learn more about joint ventures – or start your own joint venture?

Go ahead and share. We’d love to hear from you!

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  • About 70% of women owned businesses in the U.S. generate $25,000 or less revenue in their business. Click here to read report

Follow along with Lisa’s hashtag #Crush25K if you are a woman in business and want to move out of that 70%.


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