Calvin Quallis wasn’t born with a silver spoon. Prior to Scotch Porter, he co-owned a small barbershop in Newark, New Jersey. He experimented with skin, hair, and beard grooming products that he created with his own hands, which his customers loved and kept asking for.
Eventually, he took the plunge and decided to start a business selling his handmade products. But he didn’t have online business experience, and he didn’t have huge capital, yet he was able to create a line of products that has raving fans.
In today’s episode, we hear from Calvin, how he did that, in an already saturated, highly competitive market.
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- Music featured in this episode was “Celery Man” by Birocratic and can be found at www.soundcloud.com/birocratic.
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