Social Entrepreneur Builds Business To Serve Aging Pets | CSUF Startup Talk

Ye Olde Pet Shop sign up page: https://launch-yeoldepetshoppe.kickoffpages.com/
Joyce Monsees: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joycemonsees/

Join us for an enlightening interview with Joyce Monsees, the visionary founder of Ye Olde Pet Shop, a unique business dedicated to serving the needs of older pets and their loving owners. In this engaging conversation, Joyce shares her passion for creating a business that makes a positive impact in the lives of aging pets and their owners. She delves into her journey as a social entrepreneur, highlighting the challenges and triumphs she’s encountered while launching her consumer products startup.

Discover the invaluable support and mentorship provided by Victor Macias and the broader CSUF Entrepreneurship community, which has guided Joyce on her entrepreneurial path. From learning how to outsource parts of her business to professionals to building a thriving business, Joyce reflects on her experiences and imparts valuable insights to inspire budding entrepreneurs.

If you’re considering starting your own business or are interested in social entrepreneurship, this interview is a must-watch! Gain inspiration and practical advice from an entrepreneur who is making a difference in the pet industry and beyond!

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