Somebody Revoke My Millennial Card: an Apology from an Ambivalently Aspiring Blogger

As a millennial business owner, I feel like all the branding, marketing, and social aspects of entrepreneurship are supposed to come easily to me. There's this idea that all young people just instantly know how to present themselves for an audience of strangers online. We grew up with all the tools, so we all know exactly what to do with them. Just give me a selfie stick and I should be good to go, right?

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Carolyn Cohen
The Scoop Abroad: Van Diemens Land Creamery

I was lucky enough to spend the last two weeks traveling around southeastern Australia, which lent itself to a lot of diligent research on all things sweet down under. Amidst a vast array of tasty treats (including heaps of Tim Tams and Caramello Koalas) there was a particular stand out which I found especially inspiring and knew I had to share with all of you in case you find yourself even remotely within its vicinity...

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Five Lessons I’ve Learned as a Young Female Business Owner (That Apply to Non-Entrepreneurs Too)

In thinking about how to kick off The Scoop, I wondered where might be the best place to start. I considered leading off with The Pudding Truck’s origin story (which I can certainly detail, but mostly just involves having a crazy idea and letting it snowball into an actual business)...

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