Ayo Ogun-McCants, Founder of Soultanicals, Creates Products for the Body & Soul
MN: Who or what are you inspired by?
AOM: I am inspired by spirit, drive, culture and joy because they are the essence of our beings!
MN: Do you have any mentors?
AOM: I don’t have one particular mentor in my life. I choose to learn from everyday individuals like myself, who live, breathe and are enlivened by their passions and joys!
MN: What’s the best piece of business advice you’ve received?
AOM: Now is the time.
MN: The worst?
MN: Where can MN readers go to purchase your line?
AOM: MN readers can go to www.soultanicals.com [and] save 15 percent off of their first order using code: mnsoul.
MN: What is one goal you’d like to accomplish with Soultanicals over the next five years?
AOM: To be a solid brand in hair, skin, and body care that fulfills beauty and soul needs everywhere, becoming the world’s first truly “Soultanical” brand!
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Sakita Holley is the founder and CEO of House of Success, a NY-based lifestyle PR and branding firm. You can find her on twitter at @MissSuccess.
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