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    Interview: Manuel Zeitlin, Manuel Zeitlin Architects

    Interview: Manuel Zeitlin, Manuel Zeitlin Architects

    In this months episode, we talk with Manuel Zeitlin, founder of Manuel Zeitlin Architects, also known as MZA, and Zeitgeist Art Gallery. In the episode we discuss Manuel's career trajectory and his style of entrepreneurship and doing business. Manuel also shares some insights on recent travels and places of inspiration. To follow Manuel’s whereabouts follow him on instagram at @manuelzeitlin. MZA and Zeitgeist also can be found on instagram at @manuelzeitlinarchitects and @zeitgeistgallery.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Interview: Robert Darwell, The Daily Server

    Interview: Robert Darwell, The Daily Server

    In August’s episode we talk with Robert Darwell. Robert is an Entertainment Lawyer, whose career has consisted of working on hundreds of motion pictures and television productions. Robert has worked on cases involving Comcast and Disney, and today he serves as Chair of the Entertainment, Technology and Advertising practice at his law firm in LA. Outside of his day job Robert may be found in the DJ booth or taking photos for his popular Instagram feed @TheDailyServer, which is how New in Nashville discovered him. Robert is an extremely dynamic individual and conversing with him is always a pleasure. If you are interested in Law, International Travel, Music, or Craft Cocktail Culture, you will find this episode fascinating.

    • 34 min
    Interview: Stephen Glicken, Project Admission

    Interview: Stephen Glicken, Project Admission

    In June’s episode, we interview Stephen Glicken, Founder and CEO of Nashville based Project Admission. Prior to starting Project Admission Stephen helped grow a company that was purchased by Songkick. Stephen has spent his career living and traveling across various continents. Now he is working on building an improved experience for the buying, selling, and distribution of digital tickets to increase data and revenue. By tracking a ticket’s chain of ownership and expanding distribution Project Admission opens up revenue, marketing, and data collection opportunities, and creates an interest graph that goes beyond event attendees. In the episode we discuss why Stephen chose Nashville for Project Admissions HQ, how he stays on top of things amongst all the travel, and what his plans are for the future. If you are involved or are interested in the technology or entertainment space in Nashville, you will find this month’s episode intriguing.

    • 33 min

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