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BB Podcast Episode 46: Natalie Gill

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Natalie Gill tweaks an arrangement on display at Native Poppy

Today we’re visiting with Natalie Gill, owner of Native Poppy in San Diego & Solana Beach, California to discuss:

  • how she quit her corporate job and jumped into floristry
  • the role her staff has played in her success
  • her philosophy on staff management
  • job descriptions for her staff members
  • her advice for collaborating on destination weddings
  • the Native Poppy Flower Menu
  • how she mitigates loss of perishable products
  • her collaboration with Ashley Renuart on the Native Poppy shop installations
  • her thoughts on advertising
  • pricing and managing flower inventory
  • where she finds the courage to take risks in business
  • her big dreams for the future

Links mentioned in Ep. Forty-Six with Natalie Gill:

Hanging floral design by Natalie Gill Red floral arrangement on a leather stool by Natalie Gill

3 Books Natalie Recommends:

Natalie Gill and the Native Poppy crew celebrating Natalie Gill and Meg Blancato stand in the Native Poppy shop

Natalie & Meg | owners of Native Poppy

See more of Natalie’s work at Native Poppy here:

Website Shop Instagram | Personal InstagramFacebook

Today’s episode is brought to you by:

Have you heard about the new Product Planner at Mayesh Wholesale?

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Guest Co-Host: Gabe Miller | Ten23 Photography

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Landon McGee

Photography: SoCal Standard | Native Poppy

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