Commercial Currents Podcast: Business in Uncertain Times—LooHoo
August 21, 2020
CONVERSATIONS WITH MAINE'S ISLAND AND COASTAL SMALL BUSINESSES
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In this episode, we talk with Cyndi Prince, founder and CEO of LooHoo, an environmentally-minded company based in midcoast Maine that makes wool dryer balls. Cyndi started LooHoo in her home and now leverages her local supply chain to meet a global market. A market that, it turns out, is fairly resilient during this tough time. As a proud, black female business owner, Cyndi also talks about the role of the Maine’s business community in addressing racial injustice, and offers her thoughts on how organizations can help amplify black voices in an intentional way that strengthens both our businesses and our communities.
"I think that the business community in Maine can elect to be a leader in this movement and invoke actions to provide support for racial injustice." —Cyndi Prince, Founder and CEO, LooHoo