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Artist as Entrepreneur

Jenna Suru established Belle Époque Films in January 2015. Her experience in film production started in Los Angeles, where she was Production Assistant on Dahn and Alimi Ballard’s (Numb3rs, CSI, Castle) TV show “The Experiment with Dahn and Ali”.

New Orleans Entrepreneurship

Kate McCrery is the Interim Director for Loyola’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development and an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship in the College of Business. Originally hailing from the New Orleans area, Kate was a Fulbright Scholar in Germany and also taught high school students in Busan, South Korea. Previously, she was with the international social entrepreneurship fellowship organization Echoing Green and also worked as Global Communications Director for Village Capital, a Washington DC-based impact investment fund and accelerator program for entrepreneurs solving social problems. 

Getting Referrals – How To Get Referrals

In a follow up to a recent blog post on “Giving Referrals”, Thom Singer talks in this episode about how to get referrals. Getting referrals is key to any entrepreneurs growing their business.

Rocket Dollar

Episode 481 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” is co-produced in partnership with the Austin Technology Council, the largest tech industry organization in Central Texas. ATC empowers members by using insights, resources, and connections so their members can succeed and thrive.

Joining Associations

in episode 480 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” Thom Singer talks about the importance of joining your trade association.

Drone Industry and The Amazing Race with Colin Guinn

Episode 479 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” is an in-depth conversation with Colin Guinn.  You may know Colin from season 5 and season 31 of The Amazing Race (he and his wife Christie won $1 million on season 31 in 2019).  He is also credited with helping create the commercial drone industry.

Survivor’s Rupert Boneham

Rupert Boneham competed on Survivor a total of four times. He was the first contestant to compete in back to back seasons, first appearing on Pearl Islands and then on All-Stars. Out of his four seasons, he placed highest on All-Stars, earning himself the fourth place spot. He was also awarded one million dollars on Survivor: America’s Tribal Council after being voted the fan favorite. 

Career in Comedy with Rik Roberts

Rik Roberts is a Nashville, TN based comedian and speaker who focuses on providing 100% clean comedy and creative keynotes to groups who need a fun and engaging program.

Growth and Shift with Justin Schenck

Justin Schenck is the host of the top rated podcast the Growth Now Movement and founder of Growth Now, LLC which is a full service podcast production and coaching company. He has been named a Top 8 Podcaster to follow by INC Magazine and chosen as an ‘Icon of Influence’ in the new media space.