Ep 121: Balancing D2C and B2B with Katy Cottam, Founder and CEO of Luna Daily

We discuss why Luna Daily started as an omnichannel brand, the advantages and realities of working with retail partners like Sephora, the playbook for successful retail partner selection, the key ingredients and people one needs to scale a B2B operation, and why why more brands should embrace Amazon.


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