Curious as hell. Passionate about your business. Love storytelling - sharing successes that inspire life.
Co founder of Yellofruit Andrew Kinnear talks about building a dessert from scratch, understanding unit economics
Co founder of Yellofruit Andrew Kinnear aka Andrew Yellofruit talks about building a dessert from scratch, understanding unit economics.
Rohan Marley comes on the show to talk football, Marley coffee and finding success
Rohan Marley jumps on with us to talk about finding success, avoiding the cold of winter and the choices he had to make to business happen.
A family run restaurant that serves a community for 20 years wonders what they can add to the show
Glenson and Mimi run Celadon House. At this point, it's an institution in Oakville, serving the community for 20 years. An inspirational story of two immigrants who came here with their two girls, landed, had no restaurant skills, yet built a fabulous restaurant that is still going strong post pandemic.
The unique selling opporunities for a passion project, it's never too late to reinvent yourself...The last month in review.
We look back at the last few episodes and we're thankful for the things we learn from guests. It's never to late to reinvent who you are, or to start something new, entrepreneurs show us unique ways to sell product based on their passions.
Owner of Dirty Jane, Amy Remark talks about retailing women's biking gear
It's a growing industry, yet it's difficult to find women's gear for any sport. For mountain biking / active biking, it's even more difficult. Amy Remark talks about turning a lifelong passion for riding into a business.
Serial Startup Entrepreneur Kemp Edmonds comes on to talk culture and the Canadian Workplace Culture Index
Managing Director of the Canadian Workplace Culture Index, Kemp Edmonds talks about the partnership with Angus Reid and how to this index helps companies see how they measure up against the ordinary Canadian.
Great pod asthma for the car
Good to listen to on your way to work. These guys are funny and very insightful.
Keep it up!
Pretty good, except for the sexist language used repeatedly
Enjoyed hearing the first part of the discussion with Trevor. Had to stop listening after the fourth time someone used the term “girls” when referring to adult women. Please be aware that language reveals attitudes toward women which just are not appropriate and will alienate your listeners.
I look forward to the new podcast every week. I love the back and forth banter between Ken and Phil which makes me laugh out loud at times. At the same time I learn new things about the industry despite being in retail for 33 years. Keep up the great work guys!