Dee Carroll collects some of the most creative minds in the vision industry to provide listeners with a fresh perspective on running their eyecare businesses. Listen and enjoy as the longtime editor of America's top magazine for eyecare professionals, INVISION (https://invisionmag.com), hosts informative, inspiring and fun discussions with a focus on eyecare and optical retail.
INVISION Podcast with Dee Carroll (Episode 20): TechifEYE
INVISION Podcast with Dee Carroll (Episode 19): Tom Davies
INVISION Podcast with Dee Carroll (Episode 18): 2021 AFOR winner
INVISION Podcast with Dee Carroll (Episode 17): Warby Parker
INVISION Podcast with Dee Carroll (Episode 16): Dr. Diana Canto-Sims
In our first episode back after a pandemic-induced hiatus, In Vision with Dee Carroll connects with Dr. Diana Canto-Sims, a first-generation Hispanic ECP who knew very early on she wanted to cater to the Spanish-speaking community. After a fun summary of Diana’s own background and why she eventually launched her wholesale line La Vida Eyewear, Diana gives Dee a little vocabulary lesson to help to clear up the difference and any confusion between the terms Hispanic, Latino/Latina and Latinx (11:30). If you need a little clarity on terminology, it’s highly enlightening.
INVISION Podcast with Dee Carroll (Episode 15): Ashley Mills of the Vision Council
In this episode, Dee chats with Ashley Mills, CEO of the Vision Council. Ashley and Dee discuss the changes to The Vision Council in 2020, what The Vision Council is anticipating as trends in the delivery of vision care going forward, and how it will be working with independent eyecare business owners — as well as ECPs as a whole — in the new year. Most important, we discuss the current status of Vision Expo East 2021, Vision Expo West plans and contingencies … just in case.
This is unique
This podcast has a unique perspective that is needed to be heard. I would love more interviews with frame designers that are smaller so I might find one I don’t know. The magazine is great so I know this will continue to be an extension of that.