Retirement doesn’t have to mean stagnation or mark the end of pursuing dreams. In fact, many people aspire and start up their own personal businesses after retirement. One notable person who successfully began her own business after retirement is Kim Netting.
Kim Netting noticed a lack of products that targeted people with allergens, specifically gluten intolerance, and started up a company producing ice cream sandwiches to satisfy those customers. In today’s conversation, Kim talks about what inspired her, the most rewarding elements of starting a business, and what the process of building a business looks like. To hear more about the behind the scenes of creating a business after retirement tune into this episode of Your Best Financial Life with your host, Scott Malbasa.
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