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Today we’re visiting with Jenny Rausch (left) and Katie Allen (right), owners of Anthousai, a boutique floral and gift shop in the heart of the historic Kendall Whittier District in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
It’s no secret that many business partnerships simply don’t work out. But, Jenny and Katie have built a friendship as they’ve built a flower business and they have some great insights into the reasons they believe their partnership has worked. Join us as we talk about:
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BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Grayson McGee
Music Written & Performed by: Landon McGee
If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy our conversation with Lauren & Rachel, owners of Sweet Root Village. Click here to listen.
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