111 Lori Bush – Leading Rodan + Fields From Start-Up to $1 Billion in Revenue

By Lori Crete | Beauty Biz Show

Jan 27
Lori Bush on The Beauty Biz Show

I think you’ll absolutely love today’s show with my guest Lori Bush.

Lori was the president and CEO of Rodan + Fields for 8 years. She led the company from the start-up phase to earning more than a billion dollars in revenue during her time working there.

Prior to Rodan + Fields she had served as President of Nu Skin, Worldwide Executive Director of Skin Care Ventures at Johnson & Johnson, Vice President of Professional Marketing for Neutrogena, and she was Chairwoman of the Board at Avon.

Now, Lori is working on a new skincare company called Solvasa Beauty. She talks all about Solvasa Beauty, overcoming cancer, her tips to growing and scaling a business, and much more on today’s show.

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“Collaboration and transparency became attributes that we rewarded and valued.” – Lori Bush

Show Notes:

  • What it was like to go through cancer
  • Working in the medical beauty industry
  • How Lori grew Rodan + Fields so quickly
  • How to create a great company culture
  • What values nurture a company
  • How to grow and scale
  • Tips on how to start the workday
  • What it is like to go into holistic skincare business
  • Advice for small businesses
  • The importance of purpose

“When you’re building a company, the culture of the company is really important.” – Lori Bush

Links Mentioned:

 LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Solvasa Beauty

“You really need to match the way you communicate with people with what the product is.” – Lori Bush

 

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About the Author

A finalist for American Spa Magazine’s 2017 Women in Wellness Mentor of the Year, Lori Crete is a highly sought after industry expert and licensed celebrity esthetician. Owner of Southern California’s Spa 10, she is also the founder of The Beauty Biz Club™, a success-based society dedicated to helping beauty practitioners around the world fill their schedule, increase profits and break through to the 6-figure mark.

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