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21st-century tea party

A conversation with Cindi Bigelow, Bigelow Tea

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From a leadership perspective I have one goal: to ethically grow the company for the long term.
- Cindi Bigelow

In this episode of “The Middle Market Transformative CEO,” Bigelow Tea CEO Cindi Bigelow shares the significant impact new tariffs have had on the company, the do's and don’ts of leading a family business and the importance of succession planning.

With hosts Joe Brusuelas and Robert Reiss, Bigelow discusses how the company’s culture competes with larger organizations’ salaries, what inspires new product lines, and the financial hits the company has taken to maintain product quality.


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