Interviews By Company: "Turbo Trac USA, Inc."
Russ and John host the show about the make-it-happen entrepreneurs. They are the most creative members of our free enterprise system and their enthusiasm will never die. We LOVE that guy who invented the wheel! Includes: The BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—something funny from American humorist Franklin P. Jones; This Week in Business History includes the mercury thermometer, the first accordion, blue jeans and IBM’s Electronic Brain; the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak that YOU should know and Dumb Moments—some people in Manhattan are really low.
How far would you go to grow your dream? Start really small? Hire family? Give up a kidney?! Carlos Ramos, founder and owner of the very popular Latin Bites Café, certainly had his share of challenges while chasing his dream. But he had family that shared his dream, and for every not-so-good event he faced, something wonderful happened. Russ interviews a man who is grateful for many things. (And what a story!)
We revisit a BusinessMakers favorite: Russ’ interview at SXSW in Austin with Ted Schilowitz, co-founder of Red Digital Cinema, manufacturer of digital cinematography cameras and accessories. Red Digital cameras are the standard for all Hollywood and Independent motion pictures. Ted is a fascinating interview and is proving himself to be one of Hollywood’s movers and shakers.
She’s been an executive in the healthcare industry for decades; now she’s putting her expertise to work for others. Irene Helsinger, partner in Newport Board Group, visits with Leisa Holland-Nelson.
Just how hard is it to correct an operational mistake and where do you start? Greg Price discusses employee benefit plans with Sonia Freeman, a director in PKF’s audit department.
The BusinessMakers interview Carlos Ramos, founder of the very popular Latin Bites Café, who tells a family’s story of perseverance. Then, we bring back a listener favorite: our interview with Ted Schilowitz, co-founder of Red Digital Cinema, a game-changer in Hollywood. In our vignettes, Leisa interviews Irene Helsinger, partner in Newport Board Group ; Robin visits discusses targeted leadership with Karen Love; and PKF’s Greg Price discusses employee benefit plans with Sonia Freeman, a director in PKF’s audit department.
Russ and John host the show about the make-it-happen entrepreneurs. Wish we’d been here when they invented the wheel! Includes: The BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—a humorous comment from Albert Einstein; This Week in Business History includes such highlights as the beginning of the Mississippi River Steamboat Service, the invention of the saxophone and Spam is unleashed (in 1891!); and the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak that YOU should know.
Since its creation in 2007, Lemonade Day has become one of the most successful entrepreneurship events EVER (it is certainly one of our favorites), reaching thousands of kids in more than 35 cities. It’s all about entrepreneurship and teaching kids how to start and operate their own businesses by setting up and running a lemonade stand. Our “reporter on the street” is Lemonade Day’s national president, Julie Eberly. These great interviews with amazing kids will make your day!
How do you brand a bank?! Robin Tooms interviews Rob Camper, SVP, strategic brand director at Cadence Bank. Rob explains how Cadence Bank approaches the idea of an intangible brand.
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