Two Aussie sisters who created the world's first 'breast lift in a box' have started a new business offering their expert entrepreneurial knowledge to others through one-hour consulting sessions - and they turned over $40,000 in 24 hours.
Melbourne duo Bianca and Bridgett Roccisano, 36 and 30, started their consulting business at the end of 2020 after being inundated with requests from strangers on social media seeking business assistance and tips.
'People were wanting our opinion on business, so we sat down one day, set a price and started offering one-hour zoom sessions,' Bianca told FEMAIL.
After sharing their mistakes and business insights, some of their clients have seen a significant improvement in their sales, turning over as much as $70,000 in four weeks.
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Melbourne sisters Bianca (left) and Bridgett Roccisano (right) started their consulting business at the end of 2020 after being inundated with requests from strangers on social media asking for business assistance and tips
The two siblings have experienced business challenges throughout the past four years
The Roccisano sisters started their 'dream' fashion label Bianca and Bridgett in 2017 with a $100,000 investment after styling celebrities since 2011.
Since 2018, their next brand Booby Tape - a breast tape that gives women a quick and painless lift - has grown to be a global business that is projected to make $20million in revenue by 2023.
Both Bianca and Bridgett agreed Booby Tape wasn't an 'overnight success' but they have driven the brand forward to reach an international market and have recently signed a major deal with Woolworths.
Before starting their first brand, Bianca worked as a lawyer and Bridgett was a graphic designer, making the duo a perfect team.
Since 2018 their brand Booby Tape - a breast tape that gives women a quick and painless lift - has grown to be a global business that is projected to make $20million in revenue by 2023
Over the past three years the business has grown to reach international success, and the $21.95 boxed tape is available in more than 35 countries
The duo said they noticed there was a lack of products that focus on supporting women's breasts
During the Zoom consulting sessions, the pair share their insider knowledge as well as manufacturing contacts, influencer marketing tips, trade deals and their own opinion about the client's brand.
'We are brutally honest during every consult and research how the client can improve the idea,' Bridgett said.
'We tell you so much useful information that we wish we knew when we started.'
The sisters agreed that the most important thing everyone should know before starting a brand is to have a 'point of difference'.
'Why is your product different to everyone else's? If you want to be stocked by a major retailer, why should they put your product on the shelf?' Bianca said.
She added how branding and marketing is 'everything' because it's how the customer receives the product.
'If you believe in it enough, you need to invest money in it, there's no such thing as an overnight success,' Bianca added.
The Roccisano sisters started their first 'dream' fashion label Bianca and Bridgett in 2017 - a brand that was a $100,000 investment (left)
They added how few witness the hard work and dedication that goes on behind the scenes into making a business work, but it's required in order to succeed.
Before purchasing a warehouse for their first two businesses, the pair were working from home packing orders but it soon became chaotic with boxes stacked in every corner.
As customer demand grew they knew they needed a dedicated office and storage space.
They added how no-one sees the hard work and dedication that goes into making a business work behind the scenes, but it's required in order to make a business thrive
Before purchasing a warehouse for their first two businesses, the pair were working from home packing orders but it soon became chaotic with boxes stacked everywhere (pictured)
What everyone should know before starting a business:
1. Have a point of difference - do your research and know if there's a competitor in the market already. Try and make your business stand out against others
2. Branding and marketing is key - consider how customers are going to know about your brand and how it's going to look both physically and online
3. Invest money in your idea and product - every successful business needs funding behind it
4. There's no such thing as 'an overnight success' - be patient
5. Don't fear failure
6. Listen to podcasts and learn off of other successful business people
7. Consider who your customer is and why they would buy your product or service
The sisters have had their share of business dilemmas in the past that they said could have been avoided. Once includes the name 'Bianca and Bridgett' being 'held hostage in China' as it wasn't trademarked in the country.
'No one mentioned to us that in China when you create a trademark, the first person to register the name has the rights,' Bianca said.
'Someone in China went and registered Bianca and Bridgett and said "if you want your trademark back you have to pay $100,000".'
The sisters are still fighting legal battles to recall the trademark.
Earlier this year, the sisters had a major supply issue and had to repack 10,000 Booby Tape boxes for the Woolworths product launch - a huge task that required them to employ 15 people to help ensure the massive order was delivered on time.
Earlier this year the sisters had a major supply issue and had to repack 10,000 Booby Tape boxes for the Woolworths product launch - a huge task that required them to employ 15 people to help ensure the massive order was delivered on time (pictured)
Earlier this year the siblings launched Booby Tape Skin - an extension of the brand that features a collection of products for breasts
Last year the 24K Gold Breast Masks (pictured) sold out globally within 24 hours of being released
Earlier this year the siblings launched Booby Tape Skin - an extension of the brand that features a collection of products for breasts.
After noticing this gap in the market, the pair started researching the main breast issues women face such as stretch marks, acne and wrinkles, and how to combat them.
The range also attempts to increase women's knowledge of breast health.
'Not only does this skincare line educate women about their breast area but also ensures that women all over the world feel fabulous,' they said.
The new selection features a pink clay breast mask, miracle pink breast scrub and firming breast lotion, which are all natural, vegan and are made in Australia.
Hundreds of other women have demonstrated how to use each product on social media and Booby Tape has grown to attract a following of more than 118,000 Instagram followers.