Today, I’m sitting down with Stephanie Biegel, Chief Strategy Officer and Founder of Key, a Fan Relationship Platform that gives control back to talent, to own their data and drive incremental revenue. Steph and I get real about entrepreneurial hardships, navigating different business ideas, and why you should share about your side hustles. Steph also gives some advice about how to get business ideas off the ground and how she’s learned to ask for help. Tune in to hear more about Steph’s entrepreneurial journey and our conversation about staying focused and positive while in the trenches of business development.
IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT:
Steph’s varied professional background
Our superpowers and weaknesses (and how we’re working to turn those weaknesses into superpowers)
How Human Design helps us stay in sync with who we are
Tips for developing business ideas
Steph’s advice for managing conflicting personalities in business
Why your side hustles actually help you make your main hustle even better
Steph’s current projects and dreams
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Stephanie is an accomplished & seasoned professional who spent more than 10 years leading and growing multi-million dollar advertising businesses spanning global markets and emerging technologies. Most recently, she held various executive leadership roles at mobile tech company Kargo. She has generated more than $200M in strategic advertising revenue, driven by her expertise in digital business transformation and aptitude for fast-paced markets. Steph began her professional career at United Talent Agency and Platinum Rye in Los Angeles, where she led talent management and celebrity endorsements.
Her current professional venture is at Key as CSO and Co-Founder. Key is a Fan Relationship Platform that gives control back to talent, to own their data and drive incremental revenue. She is wildly excited about the challenges this enterprise software solves for Talent!
With that, as an avid wellness junkie, her and co-host Lauren Abney launched the Well/Behaved podcast over two years ago. Their hope is to democratize wellness, bringing on a myriad of experts to excite, inspire and educate.