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An Apparel Entrepreneur

Episode 489 | Broadcast: October 18, 2014

Featured guest David Peck is on a roll: an exciting contract with a major hotel, a new retail location in Montrose and business is booming. He designs, manufactures and retails—and believes Houston is a great place to do it all. Laura Nelson catches up with an apparel entrepreneur. In our vignettes: Leisa chats with Jane Henry, Xcution Inc.; PKF’s Byron Hebert tells more about the Change Success Model; and Robin interviews Donna Smith of Forum Energy Technologies.

School of Business

School of Business 10/18/2014

Russ & John present the show about the innovators who find ways to improve our lives. We don’t mess around! (Well, yes, we DO mess around. But we’re very sincere about it.) Includes This Week in Business History and the Jargon Challenge Round.

Featured Interview™

David Peck - Fashion Designer

Life is good for David Peck. He has an exciting contract with a major hotel, a new retail location in Montrose and business is booming. Laura Nelson interviews a very busy apparel entrepreneur.

BusinessMakers Thought Leaders

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

Byron Hebert, CPA, CTP is back. In today’s vignette, he breaks down the five critical areas of the “Change Readiness” section of the Change Success Model.

Women Mean Business - Jane Henry

Enron imploded, so she started her own firm. Leisa Holland-Nelson gets the genesis story from Jane Henry, founder and CEO of Xcution Inc., a management consulting firm.

Brandonomics from Savage - Donna Smith

How do you get your employees to feel the brand? Robin Tooms interviews Donna Smith, director, marketing and communications for Forum Energy Technologies.

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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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Dr. Caleb Rossiter

Is it fair to deny emerging lands, such as Africa, use of fossil fuels in the name of climate change? Dr. Caleb Rossiter, Adjunct Professor of International Service and Adjunct Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at American University in Washington, D.C., says no.

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