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PODCAST 35: Amish Tolia

PODCAST 35: Amish Tolia

Today’s guest has a lot to say about how brands can accelerate and grow, even during a pandemic. Amish Tolia is the Founder and co-CEO of Leap, a company that works with a variety of different brands. This gives Amish a ringside seat to how brands and customers are...

PODCAST 35: Amish Tolia

Today’s guest has a lot to say about how brands can accelerate and grow, even during a pandemic. Amish Tolia is the Founder and co-CEO of Leap, a company that works with a variety of different brands. This gives Amish a ringside seat to how brands and customers are changing and adapting to the...

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PODCAST 27: Jon Cheney

PODCAST 27: Jon Cheney

How can retailers help their customers answer questions about their products when customers can't touch or pick up the product in person? Today's guest has answers. Jon Cheney is the CEO and founder of Seek, a company that helps retailers provide customers...

PODCAST 26: Joe Guith

PODCAST 26: Joe Guith

How are customer behaviors changing during the COVID-19 pandemic? Can brands see a change in the types of products customers want in the current environment? That’s one of the topics that Joe Guith tackles in today’s podcast. Joe is the president of...

PODCAST 25: Amaya Smith

PODCAST 25: Amaya Smith

Women of color know that it can be difficult to find the products that they want and need for their hair, and today’s guest, Amaya Smith, saw that need and responded by creating her brick and mortar business, Product Junkie. Amaya envisioned a brick and...

PODCAST 24: Kraig Torres

PODCAST 24: Kraig Torres

Many small restauranteurs are struggling in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but today’s guest shows that it is possible to survive even in a challenging environment. Kraig Torres is the founder and CEO of HopCity Craft Beer and Wine, and he joins the...

PODCAST 23: Seth Gordon

PODCAST 23: Seth Gordon

In some cases, business owners have not only changed the way that they do business because of the pandemic, they’ve also had to change what kinds of customers they serve. That’s what today’s guest discovered as his business, which had been primarily in the B...

PODCAST 22: David Wiseman

PODCAST 22: David Wiseman

What are your company’s core competencies, and how can you use them to get through the pandemic and thrive in the future? That’s what today’s guest joins the podcast to talk about David Wiseman is the co-founder of Little Sesame, a D.C. restaurant...

PODCAST 21: Jill Renslow

PODCAST 21: Jill Renslow

COVID-19 has impacted different types of brick and mortar consumer spaces in different ways, but malls, which contain retail spaces, restaurant spaces, and entertainment spaces all in one spot have been affected in multiple different ways at once. How does a...

PODCAST 20: Ann Cantrell

PODCAST 20: Ann Cantrell

General stores are important to their communities for a lot of reasons, but many have had to adjust quickly in order to stay in business through the COVID-19 pandemic. Today's guest is Ann Cantrell, the owner of Annie's Blue Ribbon General Store. In today's...

PODCAST 19: Jake Rouse

PODCAST 19: Jake Rouse

Is the continuing pandemic holding brands back or helping to push them into the future? Today’s guest is Jake Rouse, co-founder and CEO of the Braxton Brewing Company, a Cincinnati brewing company that bills itself as the Taproom of the Future. In today’s...

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