Interviews By Company: "IO – Hub, LLC"
Alyce Alston was living life in the fast lane in New York as a publishing executive (she worked for Oprah!). Through a series of moves that brought her back to her Southern roots, she made the leap from the print world to the digital. Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews Alyce Alston, chairman and CEO of Culture Map. CultureMap, a site of localized content and a proprietary “mapazine,” was launched in 2009.
Allison Triarsi interviews Dr. Yamile Jackson, founder of Nurtured by Design. The company was founded in 2001 as Zakeez Inc., to manufacture the award-winning Zaky glove for preemies. Today her product is available in 32 countries—and preemie Zachary is a healthy 12-year-old.
Host Robin Tooms, VP, brand and interactive strategy for Savage Brands, interviews Lisa Gordon Yunus, Director of Brand at Waste Management. Lisa explains about how their grand vision is focused on environmental performance.
Women Mean Business host Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews Sarah Groen, co-founder and director of SURGE Accelerator, mentor-driven seed accelerator, focused on energy software.
Have you assessed your fraud risk lately? Greg Price discusses “the Iceberg Effect” with Charles Philpott, CPA and certified fraud examiner for PKF.
Leisa interviews CultureMap CEO Alyce Alston, a publishing executive who made the journey to digital media. Allison visits with Yamile Jackson, founder of Nurtured by Design and maker of the Zaky. In our vignettes, Leisa interviews Sarah Groen of SURGE Accelerator; Robin interviews Waste Management’s Lisa Gordon Yunus and Greg Price visits with PKF’s Charles Philpott.
Beth Williams founder of TechTrans International, a company with project experience in more than 100 countries that operates in 60 languages, discuss with Russ Capper her "exit strategy".
Russ and John present the show about the innovators, the capitalists and the captains of industry. We were the first to most fully appreciate these people who make our economy work. We’re monitoring the Economic Ignorance Indicator and it’s not looking good for the home team. Includes: The BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—a political comment from TV newsman Dan Rather; This Week in Business History includes big personalities like traitor Benedict Arnold, rocker Chubby Checker and computer dude Steve Jobs; the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak that YOU should know; and Dumb Moments—ObamaCare employees have a sweet deal.
Leisa interviews Deborah Cannon, president & CEO of the Houston Zoo. Prior to joining the Zoo in February 2005, Cannon retired from an executive position with Bank of America. The leap from banking and finance to non-profit may sound formidable, but Cannon quickly adjusted to the new revenue model and quickly began to make progress in her new position. But then, finances were only a small part of what she had to learn.
Return guest Ashok Rao has plenty to talk about. He has founded five companies and, among other things, is chairman of the world’s largest entrepreneur organization, TiE Global, and founder & CEO of Whodini. Gather ‘round, kids, one of the foremost serial entrepreneurs EVER joins us to tell of his experiences; we call them “Ashokisms”-- stories and advice YOU need to hear.
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