LIVE from NYC! Lara Eurdolian of Pretty Connected + Lucy Danziger of Hinted|Creative Conversations

LIVE from NYC! Todays Marni on the Move LIVE episode is part of a Creative Conversation series, presented by Talenthouse at WeWork.

Get ready to be inspired and empowered by amazing entrepreneurial advice, insight and wisdom from Hinted Founder and CEO Lucy Danziger (also a former podcast guest), and Pretty Connected Founder + CEO, Lara Eurdolian.

Host Marni Salup , Lucy Danziger and Lara Eurdolian, sync up on the Marni On The Move podcast to talk about all things entrepreneurship including taking the leap to create your own brand, finding the balance between innovation and the process needed to grow a business, the importance of brand voice and authenticity, customer acquisition and audience development, staying relevant in an ever changing world, and of course, the exercise and wellness that fuel then for success.

Hinted is a very cool game-changing social shopping platform and app, designed to take the guess work out of gift giving and empower you with the tools you need to get everything you want in life! You can make a wish list of anything you desire-from a pair of shoes to a new watch, a vacation, your next triathlon bike, your favorite charity or even a puppy!

Pretty Connected® is an award winning, beauty, fashion, and lifestyle blog, What started as one of the first beauty blogs in NYC launching over a decade ago has now expanded as a multi-platform brand, and content across categories including fashion, lifestyle, pets and travel and a line of accessories, an on and more.

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