Episode 474: A Very Visual Entrepreneur
Brian Buongiorno founded post-production boutique Tone Visuals in the middle of the digital revolution—and survived! Business (and life) is good for the Austin entrepreneur. In our vignettes, Leisa visits with drone expert Missy Cummings; PKF Texas’ Keith Miceli discusses the Port of Houston; and Robin talks customer needs with Ralph Vasami of Universal Weather and Aviation.
Russ & John are here to celebrate capitalism and free enterprise. We operate under the radar! Includes: our Quote of the Week—an interesting perspective from genius Albert Einstein; This Week in Business History includes diverse innovation like the Wall Street Journal, sliced bread and Donkey Kong (we cover it all, folks!); and the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak you don’t know, but should.
Brian Buongiorno founded his post production boutique in the middle of the digital revolution. The truth is, he’s been riding the wave for years and has adapted as his industry has changed. From music videos to post-production special effects and right into digital, color correction and composites, he’s always managed to keep an eye on what’s coming ahead. He’s even managed to develop a database system to help his clients have more control over their footage. Business (and life) is good in Austin.
Have the needs of your customers changed? Time to reconsider your brand’s message. Robin Tooms visits with Ralph Vasami, president and CEO of Universal Weather and Aviation.
Today’s extraordinary woman broke through the glass ceiling. Leisa Holland-Nelson visits with Missy Cummings, Duke University professor, former fighter pilot and uber-expert on drones.
The Port of Houston drives a significant portion of Houston’s economy. PKF Texas’ Keith Miceli explains what makes the Port attractive to companies considering international business.