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Incoming Entrepreneurs

Episode 490 | Broadcast: October 25, 2014

Russ visits with the next generation of innovators and geniuses. Medical Adhesive Revolution, a team from RWTH Aachen University in Germany, is the first international team to win the Rice Business Plan Competition. And they have invented a game-changing new product! In our vignettes: Leisa interviews author Sushana Castle; PKF’s Byron Hebert tells more about the Change Success Model; and Robin chats with Innovisor’s Jeppe Hansgaard.

School of Business

School of Business 10/25/2014

Russ & John present SHOW 490! Wow! Many, many episodes of loving our entrepreneurs and innovators. Includes This Week in Business History and the Jargon Challenge Round.

Featured Interview™

Medical Adhesive Revolution

Ashok Rao introduces the winners of the 2014 Rice Business Plan Competition. Medical Adhesive Revolution has invented a non-toxic, biodegradable crazy glue for internal use. It’s a game-changer in the medical devices industry and these young entrepreneurs have already caught the eye of the investor community.

BusinessMakers Thought Leaders

Women Mean Business - Sushana Castle

Extraordinary advice from another extraordinary woman. Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews Sushana Castle, author of Rethink Food.

Brandonomics from Savage - Jeppe Hansgaard

Internal influencers can be valuable. Robin Tooms visits with Jeppe Hansgaard, a partner with management consulting firm Innovisor.

PKF Texas: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook® - Byron Hebert

Byron Hebert, CPA, CTP is back. In today’s vignette, he dives into the Capabilities and Beliefs sections of the Change Success Model and shares how each will affect your business.

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Medical Adhesive Revolution

The group has invented a non-toxic, biodegradable crazy glue for internal use; they can now begin work to get FDA approval.

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David Peck

He designs, manufactures and retails—and believes Houston is a great place to do it all.

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