This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features a chat with Amber Swenor, head of Strategic Partners Marketing.
She explains how her personal brand, Amberdella, fits in with the mission of Strategic Partners Marketing and talks about the challenges small businesses and startups face with branding.
This week’s episode of ‘WisBusiness: The Podcast’ features a discussion with Meg Schmitz, a consultant who works with franchisees who are looking to invest in a “vetted, proven concept.”
She talks about the role she plays in the world of franchising, why investors would look to franchising as a low-risk revenue stream, and touches on some of the biggest challenges facing her clients and others in the franchise space.
This week’s episode of WisBusiness: The Podcast features a chat with Ergotron Wellness Marketing Manager Betsey Banker, who talks about how the sit-stand ‘movement’ is growing in the business world.
As part of PDS Connect 2017, Banker discussed findings from ongoing research into the dangers of inactivity, laying out the physical and mental problems associated with spending motionless hours in front of a computer.
This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features a chat with JangoBio CEO Craig Atwood, who discusses the Madison-based biotech company’s current efforts to develop a therapy to stop the clock on certain age-related diseases.
By using stem cell therapy to target the hormone-regulating cells that degrade, the company hopes to counter the effects of aging associated with imbalanced hormones.
This week’s episode of ‘WisBusiness: The Podcast’ is with Olivia Wisden, founder of Babette Travel.
This Madison-based startup caters to students looking to study abroad or get placed in an overseas internship. As a self-described bridge between prospective interns and global companies, the early-stage company aims to make it easier for students to enjoy an international experience.
This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Lucas Frisbie, the new startup team strategist for StartingBlock Madison.
Frisbie talks about some of the challenges facing young companies like finding fresh talent and then hiring the right people in order to grow. As a relatively new member of the StartingBlock team, he gives his take on how the organization can help enhance Madison’s startup ecosystem.
This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Amy Gannon, co-founder of the women’s entrepreneurial community the Doyenne Group.
Doyenne is a french word for a woman who is respected and well-established in a particular profession or field. The community connects women like these with others that are just starting out in an effort to elevate all women entrepreneurs.
Gannon discusses Doyenne’s organizational strategy, laying out the ways this group pushes for more inclusivity in the entrepreneurial community.
This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features returning guest Kevin Dwyer, CEO for HealthConnect.Link. He gives an update on the progress he and his team have made with developing this platform.
HealthConnect.Link is envisioned as an easy-to-use tool for individuals who need support, providing information about availability of services like emergency housing, food pantries, primary care, childcare and more. It would serve as a network for free and subsidized health and social service agencies to provide up-to-date information on availability.
This week’s episode of WisBusiness: The Podcast is with Matt Feifarek, executive director and co-founder of FoodWorks, a community service organization which provides job training and gets participants paying work through its three-week “First Course” program.
This Madison-based startup was co-founded by two others: Jonny Hunter, co-owner of the Underground Food Collective and former two-time nominee for the the James Beard Foundation’s “Best Chef” award; and Chandra Miller Fienen, an attorney on the planning committee for StartingBlock Madison.
This episode of WisBusiness: The Podcast features Peter Menet, president and CEO of Menet Aero, a drone technology company based in Milwaukee.
He discusses the the connection between military service and drone operation, and talks about how his company uses drones to collect valuable information for other industries elsewhere in the state.