Mind Your Wake shares ideas in good business. Meet the entrepreneurs and business owners who are are leveraging their products and services to have a positive impact on people, our planet and the future.
The Continuum of Care | A new approach to treating babies and families affected by substance abuse
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) is a growing challenge as America continues to address the epidemic of opioid-related substance abuse. Nascend is a Kentucky-based startup working to leverage contemporary therapies, assessment, and technology to reduce the hospital time for newborn babies going through withdrawal.
Fashionably Impactful with Anchal
Anchal is a fashion and home goods brand that has collaborated with Anthropologie, Madewell, the Guggenheim, and other major names to make unique, gorgeous textile products that transform women's lives in India. Listen in as we visit this non-profit organization operating out of an old school in the Portland neighborhood of Louisville, KY.
What is "Good Business"?
A conversation with Professor Nat Irvin around the idea of "good business" and what specific opportunities are present for the Kentucky companies. As, as the Dean of Though Leadership and Civic Engagement, Management of the University of Louisville College Dr. Irvin has influenced the hundreds of students' perspectives on the role of business in communities.
Cultivating Social Enterprise, Part 2
Part 2: We continue our on-stage discussion from Canopy's 2019 Cultivating Social Enterprise event with leaders in business, government, and academia.
Cultivating Social Enterprise, Part 1
How does compassion show up in business? To answer that question, Canopy assembled a remarkable panel of business leaders, academics, government leaders, and the principal English translator for His Holiness the Dali Lhama, Thupten Jinpa. Listen in on Part 1 of their discussion in front of a live audience.
60 Acres Under Glass with Appharvest
How do we solve for a growing population, limited resources, and a waining coal economy in Kentucky? Jonathan Webb, Founder and CEO of AppHarvest, is betting on climate-controlled agriculture. Host Elshadai-Smith Mensah visits the construction site in Morehead, KY.