paper + cup podcast

earlier this week i sat down with minhee and truman of paper + cup press. i’m a huge fan of their stationery line and was thrilled that they were able to talk to me about their company, their thoughts on running a small business, how they met and everything in between. click here to hear their full podcast. the podcast runs a bit longer than most because they had such valuable insight on running a small business and the debate between mass market and keeping things small. it’s definitely worth checking out.

[thanks so much to minhee and truman for taking the time to record the podcast!]

  1. Anonymous says:

    just a note, i couldn’t find this podcast on itunes…so i couldn’t download it. i’ll be looking for it the next couple of days, it should show up there, right?

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is one of my favorites stationary company. It’s so elegant and simple at the same time. :)

  3. joy says:

    so cute! love their interview ;)

  4. jwh says:

    great interview. great inspiration. the part about the business aspects is so true. definitely can relate. thanks, grace.

  5. JulieD says:

    Listened to the podcast this morning. Terrific insight from this dynamic duo!

    I really enjoyed their perspective on running a small business doing something you love, while also understanding that you have to tackle all those “business” issues.

    Thanks!

  6. Anonymous says:

    I also have a problem to find this interview. Just a blank window appears.

  7. design*sponge says:

    anon

    it’s a large file so you’ll need to wait a minute or two for it to load :)

    d*s

  8. Anonymous says:

    great interview! although i’m already married, when i saw the spread on their wedding in martha stewart weddings, i was blown away by their invitations and had to buy the issue!

  9. Vibeke Høie says:

    I loved this podcast!

  10. this is my favorite podcast interview ever

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