To be successful in business you quickly learn that you need the support of the people around you. But often those closest to you do not know how to help you. You need to find a community of entrepreneurs and business owners. In theory that makes sense and is an easy concept to understand. But where do you find this community? How do you help and support each other?
The business of laundry is steeped in tradition. What happens when you approach an old philosophy of business by integrating new technology solutions? This is the question that Rechelle Balanzat set out to answer. For her, the way laundry and dry-cleaning services worked felt outdated. It was inconvenient, slow, and frustrating for customers to use.
Turning passion into business is the benchmark of many entrepreneurs, but how do you turn what you love into business? In today's episode we chat with Eileen Kenny about her journey of turning her love of horses into a business. She also shares her story of entrepreneurship.
Creating a 'well' workplace is becoming more important for business owners, entrepreneurship, and even co-working spaces to consider when they think of their workforce. Gone are the days where wellness was the sole responsibility of the employee. But what does it mean to build space for wellness in business? What should employers provide and employees expect in a modern workplace?
Businesses often think about their marketing strategy, their core products and services, or even their messaging. What if you could rethink your approach to your business and start incorporating PR into your strategy. Ilissa Miller is a leading public relations expert working with businesses in the technology industry.
Often we are told that we should accept that status quo. The way things are done is the best way to do them. But what happens when you see a different solution or path to reinvent a space. This is what Jezzibell Gilmore is doing with her company Packet Fabric.
We picked ten recent questions from listeners and are answering them on today's episode.
What does it mean to be a disruptor in technology? Adrien Schmidt and the team at Bouquet have created Aristotle to help businesses and individuals better understand their data by using voice activated AI. This innovation helps humans turn big data into meaningful information.
Do you have a strategy to turn your ideas and dreams into reality? Many people starting out (and even big businesses) forget that innovation is critical to the success of your business. A good Innovation Strategy will help you move from uncertainty into a clear vision for the future.
What does it take to build a business startup with a Bootstrap philosophy and succeed in launching your idea? Brother's Sam and Charles Ryan did just that while building their business Flocksy. What is bootstrapping your business?
Having an idea or dream is the start, but how do you execute on that dream or idea? Sean Johnson is an expert on helping entrepreneurs, startups, and organization build better products and experience for their customers.
Mark Geiger has spent years building things from Hollywood sets to custom guitars. He decided to leave his job at Paramount and start building guitars full time as a custom guitar maker (Luthier). Along the way he found a passion to teach others how to master the craft of guitar making too.
Ideas are great, but how do you make sure to protect them? Vincent LoTempio is an expert in the world of Patents, Trademarks, and Copyright. On today's episode he gives us some insight into how we need to think as innovators creating the next big idea. We also talk about reinventing yourself, innovation, protecting your ideas, NDAs (Non Disclosure Agreements), Trade Dress, Defensive Publications, the sword and shield of patent law, and patent trolls.