8 episodes

The brightest entrepreneurial minds discuss all that it takes – the grit, the money, the obstacles, the passion, and the humor – to build a company from launch to exit. Join in with hosts and renowned leaders, Erin Patinkin (CEO & Founder of Ovenly) and Natasha Case (CEO & Founder of Coolhaus) every Thursday for fascinating conversations about the journey to succeed in business. Produced by Eater and the Vox Media Podcast Network.

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    • Business
    • 4.9, 102 Ratings

The brightest entrepreneurial minds discuss all that it takes – the grit, the money, the obstacles, the passion, and the humor – to build a company from launch to exit. Join in with hosts and renowned leaders, Erin Patinkin (CEO & Founder of Ovenly) and Natasha Case (CEO & Founder of Coolhaus) every Thursday for fascinating conversations about the journey to succeed in business. Produced by Eater and the Vox Media Podcast Network.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
102 Ratings

102 Ratings

hello help a ,

Addicting!

I just binge watched season 1 and ate it all up. This podcast is so applicable to female entrepreneurs and every episode is so engaging. Looking forward to the next season.

Panelite CEO ,

Inspiring

I'm a female founder who wishes a podcast like this had been around when I started my business 20 years ago. Thoroughly enjoying the down-to-earth vibe, the insightful questions founded in Natasha and Erin's real-world experience, and the inspiring guests.

KTEBoyle ,

This is what is wrong in America.

I'm all for capitalism and creating value for people, business, and society; however, having a podcast that solely focuses on how to turn a profit on exiting your company sets a morally deficient example for entrepreneurs to follow. You'll no doubt have an audience of morally deficient listeners, who are motivated by money rather than creating something important - don't confuse that with contributing something valuable to society. Entrepreneurs should start companies when they see an opportunity to solve problems that have no good solutions, not because they can pull a fast one on investors and customers, using them for your own profit.

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