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Episode 482: Virtual Entrepreneurs

Episode 482 originally broadcast on August 30, 2014

After 30 years in IT, David Levin found his true inspiration in The Cloud. Russ interviews the founder and CEO of CloudSpace USA, a boutique IT services firm. In our vignettes: Leisa hosts Dorothy Gibbons of The Rose; PKF Texas’ Jen Lemanski chats with Rassul Zarinfar, Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.; and Robin discusses branding with Blinds.com’s Jay Steinfeld.

School of Business 8/30/2014

Russ & John present the show about the entrepreneur class, the heavy lifters who are propping up our economy. We are rich beyond our wildest imagination! Includes: our Quote of the Week—a financial observation from American satirist P.J. O’Rourke; This Week in Business History includes unlikely compadres the Stars & Stripes, the Titanic and Google; the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak you don’t know, but should; and Dumb Moments—a legal tax move.

David Levin - CloudSpace USA

If your company has been operating for five years or so, you’re probably looking to expand your IT capabilities sometime soon. David Levin, founder and CEO of CloudSpace USA, has the service for you. CloudSpace USA is a boutique, turn-key IT service for small business. Besides Virtual Private Cloud services, the company offers custom cloud development and more.

Women Mean Business - Dorothy Gibbons

Leisa Holland-Nelson hosts Dorothy Gibbons, co-founder and CEO of The Rose, a non-profit breast health organization. Dorothy introduces a partnership event with Massage Heights.

Brandonomics from Savage - Jay Steinfeld

Should branding start with the employees? It does at Blinds.com. Robin Tooms visits with Jay Steinfeld, founder and CEO of Blinds.com.

PKF Texas: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook® - Rassul Zarinfar

Rassul Zarinfar, founder and CEO of Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co., talks with Jen Lemanski about trends in the brewing industry and how changes in the regulatory environment have spurred the growth of microbreweries in Texas.

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