Episode 374: More Remarkable Entrepreneurism
The BusinessMakers interview the remarkable Beth Williams, co-founder and CEO of cross-cultural communication firm TechTrans International, a company with project experience in more than 100 countries. In our vignettes, Greg Price talks digital marketing with Robin Tooms, Savage Brands; and Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews Karen Kershner, Communications Plus.
Russ and John present the show about the entrepreneurs and the innovators. These are the people who DID “build that.” And don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! Includes: the BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—thoughtful truth from English author Aldous Huxley; This Week in Business History includes iconic subjects like the Tower of Pisa, Dom Perignon, the first income tax and that famous road trip of Bertha Benz ; the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak that YOU should know; and Dumb Moments—ObamaCare is going to need doctors.
She once applied to be a performing waterskier at Cypress Gardens, Fla., but the entrepreneurial siren call was too strong. She now heads a company with project experience in more than 100 countries that operates in 60 languages. Russ conducts a fascinating interview with TechTrans International co-founder and CEO Beth Williams. In 2011, TechTrans was listed on both the Houston Business Journal’s Fast Tech 50 and the Houston Chronicle’s Fast 100. That same year she was awarded Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year. This is an intriguing discussion with a remarkable woman.
Women Mean Business host Leisa Holland-Nelson, president of ContentActive, interviews Karen Kershner, founder and presidentress of marketing firm Communications Plus.
Greg Price interviews marketing genius Robin Tooms, VP, brand & interactive strategy for Savage Brands.