12 August 2010

Women in Business: Table Tonic

And now, from the "Incase-you-missed-it" files, a little interview with yours truly over at (insert gushy adjective) Women in Business. The piece is titled "How to Quit Your Day Job: Louise from Table Tonic" (hehe) and you can read it here.

12 comments:

  1. Hi Louise, I love reading your blog and love that you took the initiative to start Table Tonic so all of us aussies can have easier access to more gorgeous things. Well done!

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  2. Hi Louise - I also interned at Dolly and am now thinking about starting my own business :) Loved your profile @ Women in Business!

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  3. Great interview Louise, you're an inspiration for sure.....makes me think of where I am and where I want to go.....
    Thank you lovely xx

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  4. I'm thinking you'll be taking over Australia any minute now.

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  5. Go you, that is so exciting! Congrats lovely x

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  6. Love your interview! I am also trying to start up a home decor business (in Nashville, Tennessee)...locally so not online- but it is still nice to hear how you ventured into all of this!! You do such a wonderful job!

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  7. Hi Louise, great interview!
    Very inspiring and great advice!
    Looking with admiration from across the pond at all your hard work, I am cheering for you!

    The only question I have.... what if I really like my new day job? :) I am so HAPPY I made the switch!

    Northern Light

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  8. Congrats! great interview.. you are an inspiration - x

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  9. Great interview Louise! I love your positivity! You are inspirational :)
    xo

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  10. Thanks again for your great interview Louise! It's always so interesting hearing the path women in biz have taken to get where they are :)

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  11. Hey Louise, loved the interview - very inspiring! It all starts for me with Ruby Rhino and our furniture next month, well the proper planning anyway, excited and scared!

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