Ayesha Curry is proving that she is more than just the wife of one of the NBA’s elite players; Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry. The wife, mom, and entrepreneur is not only hosting a cooking show on both the Food Network and ABC, selling her own line of cookware nationwide, and running a successful restaurant (with several locations), but now she is adding an empowerment collaboration with Internet Powerhouse, GoDaddy, to help budding entrepreneurs.
Ayesha and GoDaddy are gearing up to launch her next big food-related venture in early 2019, and as part of the partnership, she’ll star in a new GoDaddy advertising campaign advocating for entrepreneurs looking to expand their brand identity without spending big bucks.
A bold and authentic #mompreneur is just the kind of mover and shaker we love to support. We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with @ayeshacurry. Welcome to the #GoDaddyTribe, Ayesha! pic.twitter.com/iSdkTi2M4H
— GoDaddy (@GoDaddy) October 25, 2018
“I’m an entrepreneur myself and know how hard it can be to turn your passion into a business. My strategy has always been to stay true to myself and my vision by building an intimate connection with my community, and GoDaddy understands the importance of community by making it easy to get any idea online and discovered,” Ayesha said. “GoDaddy is all about helping people advance their dreams, build businesses and make their big ideas real. Together we can reach millions of people around the world who are looking to convert their passions into reality.
“Ayesha’s passion and conviction are the foundation for her success,” said Cameron Scott, GoDaddy Chief Brand Officer. “She has lived the ups and downs of starting a new business from scratch and knows the jubilation of taking an idea from concept to reality. She’s a stellar advocate for makers and do-ers looking for help to build their own brand, establish an engaged community and connect with potential customers.”
Sounds like an amazing venture to us. Since a lot of people already house their domains and websites with GoDaddy, it is great to see them paying it forward, while doing so with Ayesha Curry – someone who knows what it feels like to be a rising entrepreneur. She joins the ranks of the former professional racing driver, Danica Patrick as a spokesperson.
Source: GoDaddy Inc.