Leveraging key thought leaders including influential CEOs and business owners, this podcast takes listeners into focused conversations and interviews that reveal key aspects of entrepreneurship. Covering topics such as innovation and ideation, customer-centric design, leadership strategies, startup advice, and more, this podcast has material specific to entrepreneurs at al levels. Listen in and be engaged.
Starting a Business as a Teenager: Xander Wynn's Entrepreneurship Journey
Xander Wynn owns and operates X.Wynn Films, a business specializing in videography and photography. And he’s only 17 years old. A junior at Colerain High School, Xander is involved with the Digital Media Program at Butler Tech and has grown his business from scratch starting with a short film he produced at age 14. His story of his entrepreneurship journey is nothing short of inspirational. For more details on the CHCA Entrepreneurship Program, check out our webpage at https://www.chca-oh.org/eands.
Dr. Jeremy Flowers on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Entrepreneurship
Dr. Jeremy Flowers discusses a range of topics including the need to get different people in the room, the importance of listening and understanding, the necessity of creating an equal playing field for everyone, and the necessity of establishing diversity as a culture.
What Entrepreneurship Students Should Know with Kyle Peterson
Kyle Peterson—Deputy Director of Entrepreneurship at Cedarville University--provides unique insights into what students interested in entrepreneurship studies should know in order to experience success.
Sarah Sloyan on Leadership, Team Building, and Delegation
Sarah Sloyan is the Senior Vice President of EntreLeadership, part of the Dave Ramsey Network. EntreLeadership focuses on helping small businesses grow and part of that comes from their ideology around leadership, team building, and delegation. Sarah shares her thoughts on these topics including how to find a balance in one's life between seeking results and maintaining relationships--she explains that leadership starts by "leading yourself."
Wes Duren: Entrepreneur and Landscaper
This episode is a throwback to a 2019 interview with Wes Duren leading up to the CHCA Food Symposium event. Wes, the co-owner of Marvin's Organic Gardens, is part entrepreneur, part educator, part gardener, and part advocate. His insights on edible landscaping and organic gardening are key to the vision of the Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Program at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy.
Branding is Storytelling: A Conversation with Bill Rempe
This episode of the podcast is dedicated to a discussion around branding and why it is important to develop a story for your brand. Bill Rempe, the president and co-founder of Velvet Hammer Branding, is the podcast guest and his insights into increasing consumer engagement and answering the large "Why" of the business are invaluable to consumers and business owners alike. Additionally, he touches upon the role branding plays in the life of the individual in terms of perception. For more information on Bill and his company, check out Velvet Hammer Branding and to learn more about the Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Program at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy and opportunities to sponsor this podcast, go here.
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