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E2, hosted by Canadian entrepreneur Adam Levinter, is a business long-form interview style podcast, showcasing some of the most influential creators and founders in entrepreneurship. While rooted in business, many of the conversations take a personal turn making each interview that much more meaningful to listeners. If you enjoy podcasts like the Tim Ferriss Show, and How I Built This, check out E2.

E2: Entrepreneurs Exposed Adam Levinter

    • Economia

E2, hosted by Canadian entrepreneur Adam Levinter, is a business long-form interview style podcast, showcasing some of the most influential creators and founders in entrepreneurship. While rooted in business, many of the conversations take a personal turn making each interview that much more meaningful to listeners. If you enjoy podcasts like the Tim Ferriss Show, and How I Built This, check out E2.

    EN: The Burger's Priest, w/ founder Shant Mardirosian

    EN: The Burger's Priest, w/ founder Shant Mardirosian

    Shant Mardirosian, is the founder of The Burgers Priest - arguably the biggest Canadian burger success story in recent memory, and a chain that has changed the entire culture of the food scene. Shant, a dedicated Christian, went from pastoral ministry into entrepreneurship, and his story is unbelievable. In this episode, we get into Shant's journey, which begins with his desire to find purpose, his experience dealing with fear and burnout, the company's recent exit, and much more.

    • 46 min
    61: The CEO of COO's, Cameron Herold

    61: The CEO of COO's, Cameron Herold

    Cameron Herold is a lifelong entrepreneur, and the head of the COO Alliance, the largest global network for the second in command. In this conversation, we dive into the differences in personality traits with respect to CEOs and COO's, leadership topics such as conflict management, and getting to inbox zero; why meetings are often unproductive, how to calculate the cost of a meeting, the real stressors that founders and CEO's deal with behind the scenes, and more.

    Support E2 here! https://glow.fm/e2/ 

    • 44 min
    60: What it takes to go public in tech

    60: What it takes to go public in tech

    In this special 60th EP, we chat with Dani Lipkin, Innovation Sector Head for Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV). In this deep dive into technology IPO's, we discuss steps to a public offering, the right company profile, common misconceptions about going public, some of the Canadian tech unicorns that went public early and more. 

    Support E2 here! https://glow.fm/e2/

    EP Sponsor: https://www.metro.ca/  - use the code: E215 for $15 off your order of $50 or more

    • 38 min
    EN: Endy - Giving a "bat-flip" to the mattress industry

    EN: Endy - Giving a "bat-flip" to the mattress industry

    Originally Released: Nov, 2018

    Mike Gettis, is the CEO and co-founder of Endy, Canada's fastest-growing vertical e-commerce company and market leader in the online mattress space. In this EP, Mike and I discuss his move from oil and gas into entrepreneurship, Endy's approach to growth vs that of its American rival Casper's, what businesses can learn from Disneyland, the company's appearance on Dragon's Den, lining up investment from celebrities, and more. 

    • 37 min
    59: Ideation, Angel Investing, and the best bassist alive

    59: Ideation, Angel Investing, and the best bassist alive

    Dan Debow was a co-founder at Helpful.com, a startup backed by Bessemer Ventures that was acquired by Shopify in 2019. Prior to Helpful, Dan co-founded Rypple which was acquired by Salesforce. He is also an early investor in Wealthsimple, Ritual, SkipTheDishes, and others. In this EP, we get into Dan's framework for ideation, how he met Paypal's Peter Thiel, Dan's philosophy around angel investing, and more.

    EP sponsor: https://unboundmerino.com/
    Support the show here!:  https://glow.fm/e2/

    • 46 min
    58: Station - "Clean Caffeine", crafted with purpose

    58: Station - "Clean Caffeine", crafted with purpose

    Mitchell Stern, is a co-founder of Station - a Canadian category leader in cold brew coffee, and a beverage company at the forefront of quality and functionality.  In this EP, we talk about the company's rise of its amazingly popular Station Cold Brew coffee, how Mitch and his other co-founders came to the CPG world without any prior industry experience, the advantage of being naive, and the exciting world of CBD and other budding beverage trends. 

    EP sponsor: https://unboundmerino.com/

    • 37 min

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