Martin Plante is the CEO of MPO Educational Enterprises. In this episode, we talk about how Martin’s quest to make maps exciting for his son turned into a brilliant business idea. His love for teaching, creativity, and programming (if you could believe it!) is what got him to where he is today.
Click below to listen to Episode 09 ft. Martin Plante
My guest today is the President and CEO of Natural Insight and Capango, Stefan Midford. In this episode, we talk about how Capango, the dating app of employers, came to be and why it’s important to pivot and seek out creative solutions to existing problems in your market.
My guest today is Trent Clark, a partner at Transitions (now Leadershipity), which works with Experienced Entrepreneurs who have successfully Exited. We’re not joking when we say that Clark wears a LOT of hats. An overall fascinating guy, listen to our discussion on his business.
My guest today is Elizabeth Funk, founder of Dignity Capital. She explains why capitalists are becoming more and more attracted to impact investing and how sustainably-driven companies are outperforming their peers. According to Elizabeth, it’s a sure way to pique the interest of investors while doing your part for future generations.
Click below to listen to Episode 06 ft. Elizabeth Funk
Bryan Adams is the CEO and Founder of Ph. Creative. In our conversation, we discuss employer branding, which is a concept I’ve been trying to put to practice for a long time. He also offers some tips on how to hire and find the right candidates while avoiding mega recruiter fees. Bryan is truly a leader in this field. I bought his book, have you?
My guest today is former Olympian, Julia Rivard Dexter, turned CEO and founder of Squiggle Park, an online platform that creates games to promote literary skills. She may be a non-technical founder, but Julia is definitely no stranger to long-term skill development. She gives some insight into the benefits of being a non-developer in the field while sharing her tips and tricks on how to hire developers and programmers.
Élan is the CEO of Alkemist Labs based in Grove, California. His “big little lab” is the leader in botanical plant testing. Serving botanical suppliers and dietary supplement facturers, as Élan puts it, they’re the David in this Goliath industry. While other labs may sacrifice the integrity of their work for a quick profit, Alkemist Labs will hold you accountable that your products meet your label claims. Cheap testing? We don’t know her.
Click below to listen to Episode 03 ft. Élan M. Sudberg
My guest today is Jen Lara: an educator turned life coach. Ful discloser, she is also one of our Obii coaches. In this conversation, Jen and I chat about what attracted her to pursue her ICF accreditation and how her time as an educator continues to be prevalent in her new business. You can expect to be absolutely delighted by Jen–I know I am.