Matcha Source Tea: In the Business of Wellness, One Cup at a Time

After a fast-paced decade in New York City, Alissa White was ready for something new. That’s when she discovered matcha, a powdered green tea rich in antioxidants and mood-boosting powers. Inspired by its benefits, Alissa opened her online store, Matcha Source, and started sharing her love of matcha teas with the world.

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Lauren Hill is Volusion’s Senior Video Production Specialist and a regular contributor to The Ecommerce Insights. Always eager to learn and grow, Lauren’s background includes positions in film, social media and marketing. Though video production is her primary focus, she also really likes assorted jellybeans and animal-shaped balloon hats. Lauren is a graduate of The University of North Texas and holds a BA in Journalism and Public Relations.

One Response to “Matcha Source Tea: In the Business of Wellness, One Cup at a Time”

  1. Elaine Povinelli

    After my girls and I have been frustrated our entire life trying to find bacleets and watches to fit our small wrists, and having an entreprneurial spirit, I decided to do something about it, so I created the first online boutique selling bracelets exclusively for women with small wrists. I redesigned my website 3 times with Volusions faceplates, used Volusions SEO services and used Volusions social media services. It has been slow going, but I am getting repeat customers and all the positive response from women with tiny wrists has been rewarding and inspiring and it keeps my passion going!
    Elaine Povinelli


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