Episode 368: Find Your Competitive Advantage!
The BusinessMakers visit with Glenn Outerbridge, founder of eyeMe, and Robbie Wright, CEO of Bounce Energy. In our vignettes, Greg Price discusses international tax concerns with Rafael Carsalade and Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews LINN Energy’s Charlene Ripley.
Russ and John present the show that features the artists and athletes of our free enterprise system. They make businesses, they create jobs and they pay taxes. Includes: the BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—more clever controversy from social ecologist Peter Drucker; This Week in Business History includes such beloved topics as the first SAT Exam, Route 66 and the Beatles; the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak that YOU should know; and Dumb Moments in Business—politics by the numbers is a frightening thing.
Russ visits with the founder and CEO of eyeMe, a new social media application for uploading and downloading photos, video and audio via mobile phone. The company’s patent-pending software platform allows users to upload and post electronic media, in a manner not currently available otherwise, to social media pages. And wait until you hear where he’s going with this new technology!
Esther Freedman interviews the CEO of Bounce Energy, a Texas electricity provider. Competing with large companies like Reliant and TXU Energy, Bounce believes it has a competitive advantage through its online processes for ordering and bill paying. Wright, an experienced entrepreneur and eCommerce expert, says his customer focus and incentive programs make for a better customer experience.
Women Mean Business host Leisa Holland-Nelson, president of ContentActive, interviews Charlene Ripley, SVP and general counsel, LINN Energy.
Considering business overseas? Greg Price discusses international tax concerns with Rafael Carsalade.