30 episodes

Wake up from the snoozefest of business content and listen to Built to Stay, a podcast dedicated to sticking, staying, and succeeding in business. Each episode is designed to highlight key ways you can build your company for long-term success using exclusive interviews with thought leaders, business owners and experts in their fields.

Hosted by Bart Bradshaw. Learn more at www.builttostay.com @builttostay

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Wake up from the snoozefest of business content and listen to Built to Stay, a podcast dedicated to sticking, staying, and succeeding in business. Each episode is designed to highlight key ways you can build your company for long-term success using exclusive interviews with thought leaders, business owners and experts in their fields.

Hosted by Bart Bradshaw. Learn more at www.builttostay.com @builttostay

    Marketing for Creative Professionals with Ilise Benun of Marketing Mentor

    Marketing for Creative Professionals with Ilise Benun of Marketing Mentor

    In this episode of Built to Stay we interview Ilise Benun host of the Marketing Mentor podcast. Ilise is a national speaker, 7-time author, and business mentor for creative professionals. Today she shares how builders can improve their marketing, especially if they are freelancers. For more exclusive content go to builttostay.com

    • 26 min
    Building a Hair Salon worth $3.3M with Chelle Neff of Urban Betty

    Building a Hair Salon worth $3.3M with Chelle Neff of Urban Betty

    In this episode of Built to Stay we interview Chelle Neff. After working as a hairstylist, Chelle started her own salon, Urban Betty, that paid on commissions. Fast forward a decade and there are now 2 locations with 50 employees. Chelle is now working with her husband to build up Weird Homes Tours, an event that takes you inside the most creative homes around the country. For exclusive content, check out builttostay.com and @builttostay.

    • 41 min
    How Partnerships can Affect a Brand | Jasmin Aujla of Man Repeller

    How Partnerships can Affect a Brand | Jasmin Aujla of Man Repeller

    In this episode of Built to Stay, we talk with Jasmin Aujla, director of partnerships at Man Repeller. We dive into partnerships and how they can benefit brands. Some of the things Jasmin really emphasizes are being genuine as a brand, what an ideal partnership looks like, and how events have helped Man Repeller grow. For more exclusive content, check out builttostay.com and @builttostay.

    • 46 min
    The Founding Fathers of the Tech Industry | Gary Kennedy

    The Founding Fathers of the Tech Industry | Gary Kennedy

    In this episode of Built to Stay, we interview Gary Kennedy, one of the first employees at Oracle and first investor, president, and CEO at Ten Fold. Gary had great success in the tech industry and explains his story and what he learned working in some of the top tech companies of the ’90s and early 2000s. In this episode, we dive into how to rebound after a stock market crash, how Gary chose to move from a stable job to a risky start-up, and what makes him interested in some investment ideas.

    • 45 min
    Saving a Factory with Albion Fit | Liz Findlay

    Saving a Factory with Albion Fit | Liz Findlay

    In this episode of Built to Stay, we interview Liz Findlay, founder of Albion Fit, an athleisure clothing company. Liz gives an extremely vivid example of rising up after falling. She and her husband and their newborn twins relocated to Guatemala to be closer to her parents. During that time, they started Albion Fit in an effort to save her parent's clothing factory. Liz shares the Albion Fit story and how she worked through challenges, setbacks, and rose above it all. For more, visit builttostay.com

    • 48 min
    Standing Your Ground | Joey Van Koningsbruggen

    Standing Your Ground | Joey Van Koningsbruggen

    In this episode of Built to Stay, we interview Joey Van Konigsbruggen. Joey is the founder of Jimmy Joy, an international company that provides a complete meal replacement shake and other healthy foods. He discusses many of his setbacks, such as the legal issues he faced while trying to expand his business abroad, as well as his experience overcoming these issues. For exclusive content visit builttostay.com.

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

Todd Hunter 2020 ,

Hooked!

Love this podcast! Bart truly finds the right people to interview. Find myself replaying the episodes. There’s a few other podcasts I subscribe to but this one is played the most.

kirsten helzer ,

I love built to stay!!!

Super interesting podcast and I absolutely love it! Please keep making them!

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Great content

The host knows his stuff and provides great content by asking simple, yet thought-provoking questions to keep the episodes flowing.

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