CHECKOUT Hannah Spilva & Verity Tuck from LVLY | #057

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Verity is the Co-founder and COO of LVLY, Australia’s most disruptive flower gifting company. With more than 12 years of client and project management experience in the digital space and now over 5 years of running her own business, she’s obsessed with innovating new ways of operating the business that’s insanely useful and effective. Verity’s passion for a good old fashioned process is obvious when you walk into the doors at LVLY – it’s like a well oiled machine. But a machine that doesn’t take itself too seriously she hopes. No matter which hat she’s wearing, her goal is simple – to empower her team to help drive real, tangible change in the business through operational outcomes. Outside of the office, she loves time with the family, is passionate about health and wellbeing and the simple pleasures of a cold beer in the sun.

Hannah is an expert in brand building and digital marketing and has developed award winning work for global brands including Adidas, Uniqlo and Kmart. Having spent over 10+ years in the advertising industry, Hannah is highly creative and renowned for bringing immense energy and exceptional problem solving skills to everything she does. Originally from the UK, Hannah arrived in Australia in 2009 to lead the digital offering for global agency network, McCann Erickson. Since co-founding LVLY in 2014 she has been recognised as ‘Entrepreneur of the Year – by B&T Women In Media Awards 2019’, ‘Melbourne Young Entrepreneur 2019 Finalist’ and most recently a ‘2020 Telstra Business Women’s Awards’ winner. Hannah is a passionate advocate of women in business and is dedicated to building businesses with a strong social and environmental conscience.

In this episode of Add To Cart, we checkout Hannah Spilva and Verity Tuck, Co-founders of gifting business, LVLY.  From backgrounds in advertising, Hannah and Verity are now turning over in excess of $3m with LVLY delivering amazing posies in beautiful jars with heart warming and slightly cheeky messages on them.

Questions answered in this episode include
  • What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever bought online? 
  • Who is your favourite retailer? 
  • Which retail fad do you wish was history?
  • Can you recommend a book or podcast that our listeners should immediately get into? 
  • Finish this sentence.  The future of retail is… 
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