Episode 473: Global BusinessMakers
We’re discussing Global Business with Artemiy “Tim” Minochkin and Andrey Sharnin, department heads for Progresstech Group of Companies in Moscow. Our countries may be at odds in Washington, but business is still happening elsewhere! In our vignettes, Leisa chats with Annette Monks, Carlton Staffing; Russ interviews PKF Texas’ Keith Miceli; and Robin talks brands with Jane Henry of Xcution Inc.
Russ & Leisa host the show that features entrepreneurs. We are anything BUT business as usual on this show! Includes: our Quote of the Week—something odd from American author Kurt Vonnegut; This Week in Business History includes big political moments like the first “Fourth of July,” the founding of Communist China and the reunification of Germany; and the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak you don’t know, but should.
We’re discussing Global Business with our Russian guests, both department heads for Progresstech Group of Companies in Moscow. Artemiy “Tim” Minochkin is chief project engineer, Airport Design Department; Andrey Sharnin is deputy director general, Business Development and Aerospace Programs. Progresstech, an international engineering services company, provides solutions for aircraft manufacturers with expertise in airport infrastructure design.
Are you really living your brand? Robin Tooms has a serious discussion with Jane Henry, CEO of Xcution Inc., a management consulting firm.
Sometimes it takes starting a separate company to serve a niche. Leisa Holland-Nelson visits with Annette Monks, president of Carlton Staffing and Carltech Engineering and Technical.
Expanding your business through imports and exports can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. PKF Texas’ Keith Miceli tells Russ what you should know about exports.