Get Your Product In Retail Stores with Rachel Jackson

June 30, 2016 Pat Osborne


Do you have a product idea but you don’t know where to begin? How do you find a manufacturer, get funding, and sell your product in retail stores?

In this episode of The Sassy Strategist, Kim Dawson interviews Rachel Jackson, the CEO and Founder of Rachel’s Remedy. We discuss:

* What are the steps to create and launch a product?

* Where to find the money you need?

* What is the process for finding the right manufacturer?

* How do you get your products on the shelves of national retail stores?

* Should you hire an agent?


This episode is packed with details to help you get your product idea out of your head and onto the shelves!

Rachel E. Jackson is an attorney and entrepreneur.

Jackson invented Rachel’s Remedy breastfeeding relief packs after she experienced common and painful conditions while breastfeeding her children, and quickly found there was no adequate remedy in the market. In 2014, after practicing law for 16 years, Jackson shifted her focus from her legal practice to launch her business, Rachel’s Remedies, LLC, and to advocate for women’s rights.

Before Rachel’s Remedy, there wasn’t any viable solution on the market available to mothers to treat, relieve and prevent breastfeeding conditions. Rachel’s Remedy Breastfeeding Relief Packs are the only FDA-cleared moist heat or cooling relief packs for nursing women, and are designed to help encourage let down, increase milk flow, relieve clogged ducts, mastitis, milk blebs and engorgement, and can help prevent mastitis. They can be worn in any bra and provide true moist heat while keeping clothes dry. 

Jackson lives and works in Buffalo, NY with her husband and two children.


For more information about Rachel’s Remedies, LLC, please visit: