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Cross-Culture Entrepreneurs

Episode 526 | Broadcast: July 04, 2015

Featured Guest Flor Dimassi co-founded Global Speak Translations to support the technical operations of energy companies and their international workers. A very cool concept! In our vignettes: Russ visits with PKF Texas’ Kenneth Guidry; Leisa interviews author Charlotte Neuville; and Robin Tooms debriefs with Innovative-IDM’s Gene Gray.

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School of Business 7/4/2015

Russ and John present the show that is “Built for Business” and based on THE TRUTH! (Well, mostly.) Includes This Week in Business History and Navigating Business Jargon.

Featured Interview™

Flor Dimassi - Global Speak Translations

Flor Dimassi grew up in a family of entrepreneurs and has always loved the study of languages. Russ interviews the woman who co-founded Global Speak Translations to facilitate communication between the technical professionals of energy companies and their international colleagues. What could be more perfect?

BusinessMakers Thought Leaders

PKF Texas: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook® - Kenneth Guidry

Kenneth Guidry, CPA, president, PKF Texas, is back to offer more details about Joint Venture Strategic Advisors (JVSA), and how it will serve energy clients in the joint venture space.

Women Mean Business - Charlotte Neuville

Some people are just way more talented than they need to be! Leisa interviews Charlotte Neuville, former fashion guru, owner of Fashion Chef and, now, author of Stylish Cakes.

Brandonomics from Savage - Gene Gray

Is it possible to build a strong company culture while also developing a strong brand? It is! Robin Tooms debriefs with Gene Gray, president, Innovative-IDM.

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Flor Dimassi

Flor Dimassi co-founded Global Speak Translations to support the technical operations of energy companies and their international workers.

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Rebecca S. Taylor

As technology innovation advisor for Shell, Taylor scouts technology partners in the energy space, seeking early stage companies.

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