Taking the risk to start a company is a feat few are fully equipped for. Any business owner knows that the first few years in business are anything but glamorous. Building a successful business takes time, lessons learned, and most importantly, enormous growth as a business owner. What works and what doesn’t when one starts a new business? What are the valuable lessons learned from the “University of Adversity”? As part of this interview series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Amy Laine.
Amy Laine is an Austin-based entrepreneur with a background in gerontology and technology commercialization. She combined her passion for caring with technical know-how to launch SandwYch, a healthtech platform that helps caregivers and their families navigate the nuances of the aging journey.