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Networking Innovators

Episode 484 | Broadcast: September 13, 2014

Serial entrepreneur and software developer David Kent co-founded Oilpro as an online knowledge exchange for the rapidly changing petroleum industry. 180,000 members think it’s a great idea! In our vignettes: Leisa hosts Jane Henry of Xcution Inc.; PKF’s Jen Lemanski visits with HiMA’s Kelsey Ruger; and Robin chats with Ralph Vasami, Universal Weather and Aviation.

School of Business

School of Business 9/13/2014

Russ & John present the show about entrepreneurs. We think most of the entrepreneurs are here in Texas. And that makes us so proud! Includes This Week in Business History and the Jargon Challenge Round.

Featured Interview™

Devid Kent - Oilpro

Social media has made the leap to the petroleum industry and it’s catching on fast! In nine months, 180,000 members have joined the new site. Software developer David Kent saw a need and filled it when he co-founded Oilpro as an online knowledge exchange.

BusinessMakers Thought Leaders

Brandonomics from Savage - Ralph Vasami

Do your employees know your raison d’etre? Robin Tooms visits with Ralph Vasami, president and CEO of Universal Weather and Aviation.

PKF Texas: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook® - Kelsey Ruger

The Houston Interactive Marketing Association’s Interactive Strategies Conference is rapidly approaching. HiMA’s president Kelsey Ruger and PKF’s Jen Lemanski discuss focus, content marketing, planning, execution and user experience design.

Women Mean Business - Jane Henry

How do you get the most from your employees? Leisa Holland-Nelson asks Jane Henry, founder and CEO of Xcution Inc., a management consulting firm.

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David Kent

Serial entrepreneur and software developer David Kent co-founded Oilpro as a knowledge exchange and to create an online community of oil and gas professionals.

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Chef Robert Irvine

British celebrity chef Robert Irvine is a bit of a technology geek. He also has five television shows, a line of fitness wear and protein products, cleaning products and is totally in touch with every aspect of the food industry.

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