We sell training packages to individuals and workshops to companies. (4) What makes you different and why should people take notice? Because we are not from tech. We are artists and we transferred our skills to an industry we didnt know. Our method is no-nonsense and based on neuroscience and mindfulness research as well as dance. We support people to transform the way they present themselves and achieve their business goals. (5) What was key in terms of getting started?
Believing in what we had to offer. (6) What’s your biggest achievement to date?
In October 2015, we went to NY and had the pleasure to give a workshop for a Google team (Primer App). We are currently choreographers and pit coaches?-in-residence at Telefonica’s startup accelerator Wayra, which has been a great honour. (7) What setbacks have you had along the way?
Poor strategies for product-market fit meant we took quite a long time to find our ideal clients. Weve also found ourselves having to clarify our vision way too often it can sometimes be easy to loose focus. (8) In five years? time, I will? Have an app to help people rehearse their speeches by using motion tracking technology and VR.We want to be giving speeches and offering training across the globe, and be managing other coaches doing amazing work. (9) What one tip would you give to others starting out?? Listen to your gut instincts.? (10) Who are your business heroes and why? Anyone who started something from nothing that helped other people and had fun along the way. Read on for more about Tea & Tequila the British fashion brand bringing Mexican colour to a high street near you.
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