The CEO of a piercing shop chain has said that she is willing to take a pay cut in order to stay open and make a living in her industry.
In an interview with Axios, Sarah T. Smith said that the industry has grown to a “very profitable” $3.7 billion last year.
She also said that it has become difficult for her to get a job and has not been able to secure an interview due to her piercing work.
Smith said that although she has been in the business for nearly a decade, she has always had to take the company’s business model into account, adding that she has not made a profit since 2013.
She said that a recent “loss” was caused by the recession, but that she did not want to speak about the exact amount because it would hurt her family.
She also said the company has a long history of operating without any outside investors, and that she was willing to make a change in order “to be able to take care of my family.”
“My family needs to be able go to work every day,” Smith said.
“I am willing to do what it takes to stay in business, so I can provide my customers with great care.”
In her new role as CEO, Smith will also take on the responsibility of overseeing a $250 million operating budget and overseeing a team of more than 600 employees.
In addition to Smith, other executives on the new board will be the company CEO, its CFO and its Chief Financial Officer.
The board will also have the authority to create and change the business rules and regulations.
Among the changes, the board will need to approve a budget for the business, including hiring and training, payroll and benefits, payroll, capital allocation, capital stock, inventory, sales and marketing.
Some of the changes are also being implemented as the company is preparing for the coming season, including a new training program that is expected to increase training and sales.
Smith said she is still considering how she will continue to grow the business in her role, but stressed that it is a difficult decision that needs to happen for her family to be financially stable.
“It’s hard to say how it will all play out,” she said.
“I have a lot of options, but it’s something that has to happen.
I’m not going to get too far ahead of myself.”
Smith added that she hopes to expand her shop in the future and will look to expand in other areas of the country.
She also noted that she had been working in the industry for nearly 20 years and has been able not only to get her current job, but also to stay afloat through the recession.
According to the report, Smith, who is married and has three children, has said she has received offers to work in other locations.
Travis A. Smith, the new CEO of Sarah T., has been named CEO of the Piercing Shop chain by CEO Sarah T Smith, in New York.
(Photo: Reuters)She also took a pay reduction of $200,000, but she said that will not be enough to cover her family’s medical expenses, including prescription drugs, dental care and other medical costs.
A spokeswoman for Sarah T, who does not identify herself as a person who has worked in the piercing industry, said that there will be “no changes” to the current payroll system.
However, the spokeswoman did not specify when the company will be ready to hire employees.