Insights for Business Owners
Building a Business with Brett Johnson of Simpleroute
Our second episode was with Brett Johnson of Simpleroute who told us how he built a company from one to nine employees.
Commercial Lending with Dave Rubel from Community National Bank
Real Estate Investing with
Reuben Stone and Mark Browning
Our fourth podcast episode was with Reuben Stone and Mark Browning of Stone and Browning Property Management discussing real estate investment.
Drone Law with Matt Swenson
Our fifth episode with Matt Swenson of Matt Swenson Productions discussing drone law.
Litigation Tips for Business Owners with Liz Bostwick
Our seventh podcast was with veteran litigator, Liz Bostwick, about litigation tips for small businesses.
Watch the Money
with Justin Wicks, CPA
Our eighth episode with Justin Wicks of Stowe CPAs about how small businesses need to "watch the money".
Creativity in Business
with Adam Scherr
Adam Scherr, film producer and owner of Nous Entertainment shares his insights on Creativity in Business.
Tim Monty on Planning for a Business Sale or Merger
Join us in our great discussion on planning and executing a successful business sale or merger with Tim Monty
Eric Gulko on Hiring and Retaining Employees in the Covid Era
Fascinating discussion with Eric Gulko of Innovo Benefits Group about how to hire and retain employees in the Covid era.
Micah Mortali on Mindfulness
Thought-provoking conversation with Micah Mortali about how employers can support their employees through nature therapy and mindfulness in the age of Covid.
Buying a Business with Tim Fortune
Fantastic discussion with Tim Fortune, owner of Paw Print & Mail and Catamount Marketing, on the challenges and opportunities that come with buying an existing business.
Episode 16: Lauren Keches and Bria McCray (HumanSide Inc.)
Dropping by for our latest episode of Insights for Business Owners are the wonderful Lauren Keches and Bria McCray of the fascinating HumanSide Inc. They offer some insight as to how their organization trains executives to cultivate positive, forward-thinking intrapersonal relations within one's company.
Episode 18: Thomas Barnico and Matt Kent on the FTC's Proposed Ban on Non-Competes
Non-compete experts Thomas Barnico and Matt Kent delve into the FTC's newly proposed rule on non-compete clauses. Barnico, an adjunct professor at Boston College Law School, and Kent, a competition policy advocate with Public Citizen provide valuable insights into the FTC's stance on non-compete clauses and their implications for workers, the economy, and small businesses.
Episode 19: Legal World & AI (ft. Joe Wilbert)
In this episode, we have an extensive discussion with attorney and entrepreneur Joe Wilbert about his early jumpstart in the legal realm of artificial intelligence and hear his expertise on what benefits (and risks) the exponential rise of neural networks and automation poses to professionals and regular folk alike.
Episode 20: Independent Artists in an AI World (ft. Nick Zaremba)
In this episode, we are joined by the extremely talented Nick Zaremba to discuss the tribulations between independent artists and corporate employers and lends us his surprising take on what AI means for the future of self-employed creators.