#107 How Covid-19 challenges also a wool start up
In this interview, Flock Wool CEO Evan Thomsen talks about how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the company’s operations in getting the company up and running to collect its first wool. Gain insights on how to stay flexible in business during uncertain times.
Watch the interview with Evan Thomsen on video by clicking below. Alternatively, you can listen to the podcast on the podcast player above or on apple podcast or stitcher.
Background Season 2
After being on a break for around 1,5 years, the Wool Academy Podcast is back with its Season 2 episodes. The focus of the podcast remains the same – learning from wool industry experts and telling the beautiful stories wool has to tell. However, a few things have also changed as well. In January 2020, I joined an Albanian Wool Trading Company called Flock Wool. In many of the season 2 episodes, you will, therefore, be invited to join the Flock Wool journey as we learn how to start and develop a little wool trading company in Albania. You will be hearing discussions between Evan Thomsen and myself as we discuss different aspects of the Flock Wool business. On this journey, I will also speak to other people in the industry trying to set up similar ventures. One more new feature, all interviews are recorded by video, so you can now not only listen on the go as usual but also watch if you feel like it. I hope you enjoy season 2 of the Wool Academy Podcast.
About Flock Wool
Founded in 2019, Flock Wool Trading Company is an international wool export company headquartered in Dalton, Georgia, USA, with an operational HQ in southern Albania. The Flock Wool team is located in Albania, Germany, and the US in order to best serve its customers. All of the company’s wool is 100% sourced from Albania.
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