Johanna Clark embodies the ethos of women supporting women. Kindness, inclusion and confidence is at the core of her statement earring business Pink Nade located in the tiny rural town of Warracknabeal.
Pink Nade is Johanna’s fifth business having started with Joey Jelly Bean, and then a signwriting business, clothing store and the local Australia Post contract with her husband Joel. All of this plus raising five children under the age of 13.
In the past three years, Pink Nade has built a cult following on Instagram with more than 22,000 followers. Johanna has been able to combine her love for design, pattern and colour to bring out a range of bold statement earrings.
Johanna shares with us her entrepreneurial journey which includes overcoming limiting beliefs, severe burn out and costly wholesale mistakes.
She also talks about marketing tactics, mentors, the importance of providing a flexible workplace for mums, and how Pink Nade welcomes new customers and rewards their loyalty.
Meet my friend Johanna from Pink Nade.
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