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The Importance of Connection Through People, Culture & Cuisines

Building connections with different people, different cultures and different cuisines can help us to stay mentally healthy.

In this episode with Liz, we discuss:

  1. How spices connect us to the world…especially when we can’t travel.
  2. How she found herself as a single mother and therefore had to grow her business from a side hustle to where it is today.
  3. Why she is so passionate about female entrepreneurs in emerging economies.
  4. And so much more.

To watch this inspiring episode, click the video link below, or if you would prefer to read the full transcript click the blue button under the video.

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About Liz Edgecombe:

Liz Edgecombe is a Victoria-based entrepreneur passionate about bringing tastes of the world to her fellow Aussies, and inspiring other women business owners along the way.

A self-proclaimed “spice evangelist,” Liz started her business The Spice People in 1997 and has since grown it from a humble side hustle to a successful business employing 10 people (and growing). Their range of over 200 spices elevates the ordinary to extraordinary, offering an enriching culinary journey connecting people, culture, and cuisines.

Thanks to a wealth of knowledge, a successful business, and frequent appearances on the popular Channel Ten cooking show, My Market Kitchen, Liz is regarded today as one of Australia’s most highly-esteemed experts and go-to gurus when it comes to spices.

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