When Jillian Fecteau started out as an entrepreneur, she got a part-time job cleaning houses to earn money. Her passion for organization, interpersonal skills, and a genuine love for cleaning didn’t feel like work at all, until the pandemic hit and she needed to pivot.
“I kept thinking about what I could do to keep working and still have my own business,” said Fecteau, who chose to close his first business, Earth Sunflower, which sold a range of eco-friendly products. to help restaurants, coffee shops and individuals to reduce the use of single-use plastics. “And he was sitting right in front of me.”