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Turning Heartache Into a Business Venture
Kia Ora! Welcome to another episode of 30 minutes with DailyStraits.com. Our guest today is Bridgette Jackson (pictured above) – the founder and CEO of Equal Exes, a divorce service based out from Auckland, New Zealand. Bridgette started her business online in November 2018 following a personal experience of having navigated her own divorce. Besides being an entrepreneur, Bridgette is also a qualified lawyer, a certified divorce and separation coach and a mediator. So, today, we are gonna chat with Bridgette on why she decided to start such a service and all things related to her business. In this podcast we will be discussing:
- Are prenups necessary?
- What are some of the things that former couples fight about?
- How does she monetize her business?
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