Heather began Wiggly Wigglers 30 years ago. She grew up on a farm and came up with an idea around how to compost poo, something there was a lot of on the farm! In true diversification fashion, she realised she had come up with a great product which would be brilliant for recycling household food waste and great for the garden.
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The Wiggly Wigglers business journey has been full of highs and lows, a roller coaster some would say. Heather’s bucket analogy, which she describes during our conversation is just brilliant.
Heather has always embraced social media and is the master of getting great PR. Including an article which featured Prince Charles and is highly amusing. She has such a warm, engaging, interesting and fun personality, her podcast and videos show all this.
Heather says we all need a breakthrough and a little bit of luck in our business and she is right. But she has created such a wonderful business and brand it was inevitable that both of these would come her way. She is a true business woman and says if it hadn’t been Wiggly Wigglers there would have been another business, as she just loves everything about business. She tells us about the other businesses she has successfully developed plus she does this whilst supporting her husband Farmer Phil, who runs a very busy farm. There are lots of words of wisdom and nuggets of inspiration in this interview. Plus, it is great to hear all about Wiggly Wigglers and enjoy some of the funny moments in the stories Heather shares.
I am sure you will love this interview and it will definitely make you smile, if not laugh out loud. I laughed quite a bit and could not stop smiling.
Heather is on my shopping directory, you can find the Wiggly Wigglers shop page here.
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