When your startup begins to grow, it’s easy to get caught up in the ride and miss the very things that made it successful.
Ebony Centazzo, founder of Cat Napping Suburban Retreat, shares her story on the Founder Profiles.
If I had listened to the evil side of my brain years ago, Cat Napping would still be an idea.
Young entrepreneurs are often mistaken as the employee rather than the boss. But with staff who have your back, this is one ego you can let go.
Quitting a day job that provides a stable income for a business venture is a big risk. Ebony Centazzo of Catnapping Suburban Retreat is doing just that.
Since opening, I have had people remark that I must have the best job in the world, playing with cats and kittens every day. More inquisitive people comment that it must take a lot of money to open such a business. They wait for my reply, which is always along the lines of, “Yes, heaps.