The Made In Mississippi podcast will interview successful Mississippians to gain valuable insights into their approach to business, life as a busy entrepreneur and what they’ve learned throughout the course of their career. Collectively, we know this will be a dynamic resource to educate and encourage other Mississippians who may be feeling the negative connotations to launching, growing, or keeping their business in our state.
Sajani Barot of The Skin Consult
Sajani Barot of The Skin Consult joins to discuss how she as a trained, licensed pharmacist is impacting the skin care world. What originally started as Sajani working towards a better skincare routine for herself has transformed into a tele-health consultation business that helps people find confidence and understanding in their personalized skincare routine. Listen in to hear how The Skin Consult is making a difference.
Loving What You're Doing - Sarah Smythe
Sarah Smythe of Lagniappe, an interior design, gift shop, and wedding and event planning business, joined in on this episode to discuss her journey over the past few years. Sarah, from MS, spent time in NYC but decided to come back to open her business in MS. Sarah shared about the importance of finding what you love and jumping right in. If you're interested in learning more, follow them on Instagram @misslagniappe or on Facebook.
S11E5 Creating Success with Robyn and Tobey of CreateHealth, LLC
CreateHealth is an outsource marketing department that does a variety of things ranging from digital advertising to traditional prints to social media. Robyn and Tobey have their foundations in healthcare, but they have expanded to other types of businesses. Their best advice is that if you want something to happen. you have to make it happen. Listen in to find out what makes CreateHealth different, or check them out at creathealth.ms
Mead in Mississippi - Queen's Reward Meadery
Jeri Carter of Queen's Reward Meadery shares on this episode about their Mississippi made mead. Mead is wine made by fermenting honey rather than grapes, and you can taste their mead in Tupelo or purchase at liquor stores. Queen's Reward Meadery was opened in 2016 and Jeri describes this venture as the most terrifying fun she has ever had. Listen in on this episode to learn about their experience as entrepreneurs in the state.
NewSouth NeuroSpine in the South
NewSouth NeuroSpine is a state of the spine care devoted to care of the spine. One of John Davis' best advice is to pick the right people first, and then build your business around the skill set and people. There is no greater trainer than complications. For entrepreneurs, it is important to do what you do well, and make sure it doesn't stay hidden. Use your skills to keep people and bring people to Mississippi. You can learn more about their business at www.ns2.md
The Secret Power Of Listening To Your Clients With Becky Russell
Becky Russell doesn't have a job, and instead she does what she loves every day. Russell Media Consultants is a Public Relations Marketing Video Production company. While Becky is not a MS native, she says that Mississippi has her heart and this is where she always wants to live. Becky's main advice is to listen, ask questions, and listen even more. Check the company out at russellmediaconsultants.com or email Becky at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve really enjoyed the podcast. I’ve listened to all of the episodes and look forward to more of them.
I love hearing about Mississippi small companies etc! I have a suggestion. Delta Blue Jeans. Great Mississippi company!
Casey Combest’s conversational style is pleasant to listen to! He finds leaders in our state who are making a difference in their communities and beyond and asks the in depth questions about their entrepreneurship journey including struggles and victories. He does a great job promoting Mississippi and what makes our state unique!