Entrepreneur Sarah Gibson Tuttle is mani obsessed
This week’s episode features Sarah Gibson Tuttle, the Founder and CEO of Olive & June. She will share why she started and grew her business, that helps people achieve a salon-quality manicure at-home, into a successful enterprise. She will talk about the importance of intellectual property protection. Consumer engagement is an important element for any company. Learn how she created valuable resources that help her customers know how to use the products to achieve the best mani possible.
Thursday, February 18, 2020 at 2 PM ET (11 A.M. PT)
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Meet our guest
Sarah Gibson Tuttle
Olive & June Founder / CEO
Sarah Gibson Tuttle is the Founder and CEO of Olive & June. Before opening the Beverly Hills flagship nail salon in August 2013, Sarah worked for ten years as an equity sales trader at JP Morgan & Morgan Stanley in New York City. It was the sunshine and quality of life that wooed her out west. When she arrived, she realized Los Angeles had everything she wanted except for the perfect nail salon. Seeing the opportunity to create a stylish space where women could expect and enjoy expert nail care on a regular basis, Sarah opened Olive & June and raised the bar on the nail salon experience across the industry.
Six years later, Sarah decided it was time to bring the mani magic home. In 2018, she launched a line of Nail Art Stickers inspired by the most requested designs from the salons, so that manicure obsessees everywhere could be a part of Olive & June wherever they are. Then in March 2019, after spending a year teaching herself to paint her own nails, Sarah introduced a collection of truly innovative new products, polishes, tools, and how-tos making it possible to achieve a salon-quality manicure at-home. Olive & June believes that no matter who you are, where you live, what you do, or what you wear, you can have a perfect manicure that makes you feel like your best self.
Sarah lives in LA with her husband and young daughter (who already loves manis almost as much as Sarah does).
Olive & June was founded in 2013 by mani-obsessee Sarah Gibson Tuttle in Beverly Hills, California as an elevated salon experience, giving women personalized attention and luxury service at an approachable price. With the mission to bring beautiful nails to everyone and a full line of products for a salon-quality experience at home, Olive & June continues to elevate the at-home experience.
@gibsontuttle – 15.7K+ Followers
@oliveandjune – 296K+ Followers / 1M+ Impressions Per Week
Meet our host
Open Innovation expert, advocate for inventors across the country
Warren Tuttle is a member of the Board of Directors of the United Inventors Association, and serves on the Executive Committee. He served as the President of the Board for the past 12 years. The UIA is a national 501C3 non-profit that helps inventors with education, advocacy and marketplace access. He is also a member of both the national non-profit Pro Bono Patent Commission and USPTO National Council on Expanding American Innovation. Professionally, Warren oversees the Open Innovation product programs for several industry leading consumer goods companies including Lifetime Brands in Housewares and Table Top (Farberware, Kitchen Aid and 30 others) and Merchant Media in Direct Response Television (Smart Spin, True Touch and many others). Warren personally interacts via email or phone with thousands of inventors every year and has initiated over 100 new product licensing agreements which have collectively generated over a billion $ in retail sales. Warren recently signed a book deal with world leading publisher Harper Collins for the 2020 release of Inventor Confidential, The Honest Guide to Profitable Innovation. He lives with his wife Lynn in Southern Connecticut, has three wonderful daughters all educated and working in the New York City area. He enjoys skiing, motorcycling, golf and travel. Please visit his website for more information: www.tuttleinnovation.com.
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