Tyler Scriven is Co-Founder and CEO of Saltbox, Atlanta’s first shared warehouse & office space built specifically for the local entrepreneur community.
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Hatteras Sky is a commercial real estate development company based in Atlanta, Georgia that was created by Jason Cordon and Amy Kelly in November 2019. The group specializes in tax-incentivized and conventional development, focusing on opportunity zones, affordable housing, and historic rehabilitation.
Prior to forming Hatteras Sky, and while building his real estate portfolio, Jason Cordon was a prominent tax attorney in Atlanta with a significant portion of his legal practice concentrated on the representation of investors, developers, and syndicators nationwide in connection with tax-incentivized real estate investments.
Prior to following her passion to start a career in real estate, Ms. Kelly was a decorated attorney in Atlanta, spending most of her career at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, an international Am Law 15 law firm while also serving the Atlanta community through participation with various boards and organizations, including WonderRoot, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Executive Committee, LEAD Atlanta, ServiceJuris, and others.
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When she was younger, Beatrice Dixon suffered with a bacterial vaginosis infection for months. One night, an ancestor gave her the ingredients to heal herself in a dream. From that insightful dream, she created the formula for a healthy, clean feminine wash. In 2014, Dixon launched The Honey Pot Company, a plant-based feminine hygiene line created with a goal to provide women with a healthy alternative to feminine care that is free of chemicals, parabens, carcinogens and sulfates. The rest is history.
With experience in pharmaceuticals, retail and natural foods, Dixon has the insight and expertise to bring the innovative concept of a plant-based feminine care system to the marketplace. Unlike mass market and conventional feminine care brands, consumers will be able to get all of their feminine care needs met under one brand as The Honey Pot Company currently offers feminine washes, wipes, pads, mommy-to-be products, and soon-to-be additional offerings in both the feminine hygiene and feminine care segments.
Today, The Honey Pot Company’s products can be found online and in stores nationwide at Target, Walmart, Urban Outfitters, Walgreens, Bed, Bath and Beyond, Wegmans and Whole Foods, among other retailers.
An empowering black female leader, Dixon has been a recipient of the Sundial and Unilever’s multi-million dollar New Voices fund; was 1 of the first 40 women of color to raise $1M in venture capital; and has been featured in T-Pain’s School of Business, BuzzFeed’s Ladylike series and the Today Show, among others.
Through her diverse background and experience, Dixon continues to make a mark in the world of natural health and retail with a truly revolutionary approach to feminine health and wellness.
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What You’ll Learn in This Episode
- Why Saltbox? Why the need for co-working and co-warehousing?
- Some of the differentiators of Saltbox and what makes it unique.
- Who would be an ideal Saltbox tenant?
- 2020 trends in e-commerce.
- What Hatteras Sky is.
- What are opportunity zones?
- Development in opportunity zones evolving around cities where they exist.
- Upcoming Hatteras Sky projects
- What The Honey Pot Company is.
- How The Honey Pot Company came up with its first product
- The Honey Pot Company’s partnership with the nonprofit #HappyPeriod
- Where can consumers buy The Honey Pot Company products?