Entrepreneur Spotlight: Carol White
“LAUNCH was an integral part of getting my business started. They helped me answer the questions of how, when, where and why. During the 10-week course, I was able to lay out a plan and move forward.”
Carol White didn’t intend to start her own business, but after looking at the economy and noticing that opportunities were limited, she was open to the idea. Through the years she helped others successfully grow their business, and thought it was time to go out on her own and see what would happen.
After reading about LAUNCH on the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce website, Carol noticed the Business Entrepreneurship Academy started later that same evening. Without hesitation, she decided to enroll. As the class progressed, Carol found answers to all of the questions she had about starting her own business. Taking her 30 years of printing sales and production experience into consideration, she decided Good Stuff Promotional Products was the business for her.
Specializing in helping customers promote and market their businesses through printing and promotional items, Carol says Good Stuff Promotional Products reflects a retro feel of doing business the old-fashioned way, one hand shake at a time. “I want to bring that personal touch of doing business face to face, and help clients with their printing and branding of promotional products in order to promote their business.”
“LAUNCH was an integral part of getting my business started,” Carol continued. “They helped me answer the questions of how, when, where and why. During the 10-week course, I was able to lay out a plan and move forward.”
As Good Stuff Promotional Products continues to grow, Carol aims to be proud of the work she does, achieve financial security and give back to the Chattanooga business community.