104 episodes

A podcast about the business of design, and the design of business.

The Businessology Show The Businessology Show

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 31 Ratings

A podcast about the business of design, and the design of business.

    Narrowing Your Niche with Shannon Langrand

    Narrowing Your Niche with Shannon Langrand

    Jason had the privilege of speaking with Shannon Langrand of Langrand agency, based out of Houston, TX. They discussed the process of how Langrand took the risk to their narrow niche specifically in the healthcare industry. Shannon shares how they crafted their team around that expertise and the importance of building a team model that reflects the promises you make to your market.

    • 34 min
    Intentional Business Development with Joe Rinaldi

    Intentional Business Development with Joe Rinaldi

    Jason Blumer chats with Joe Rinaldi, founder of That Was Clutch, on this episode of the Businessology Show. Joe brings to to the table a creative take on business development and avoiding the one-size-fits-all approach with his clients. He shares how beginning the process with general principles, but then allowing the nuance of each unique owner and client to shape his strategy has been key. They close the episode with discussing how agency math is often misguided and how future non-revenue generating projects are vital to sustainability.

    • 35 min
    The Sales Effect with Dan Englander

    The Sales Effect with Dan Englander

    Jason Blumer welcomes Dan Englander of Sales Schema onto the Businessology Show. Dan shares his background and experiences as a salesman. Jason and Dan then discuss the difference between sales and marketing, which are most often thought of as being the same. Dan also provides some tips for lead generation in your market that you can implement no matter where you are in your agency journey.

    • 29 min
    What is your job today? with Jen Dary

    What is your job today? with Jen Dary

    On this Businessology episode, Jason Blumer had the opportunity to talk with Jen Dary about what it looks like to coach clients through this economic disruption. Jen is the founder of Plucky, a leadership coaching and consulting firm based out of Berkley, CA. She shared with Jason her own personal transition and reframing her of goals through this season. As she has asked of herself and her clients “What is my COVID job right now?”, she has seen a new, more freeing frame of reference unfold.

    • 34 min
    Navigating Solutions with Andrew Verboncouer

    Navigating Solutions with Andrew Verboncouer

    Jason Blumer chats with Andrew Verboncouer on this episode of Businessology. Andrew founded Headway with his brother and another partner, which creates solutions for their clients using design strategies and intuitive thinking. Andrew explains the benefits of working with clients side-by-side and challenges with determining the capacity of a team.

    • 31 min
    Riches are in the Niches with Meghan Phillips

    Riches are in the Niches with Meghan Phillips

    Meghan Phillips of Honey joins Jason Blumer on this episode of the Businessology Show. Meghan and Jason talk about niching, designing internal processes and creating a tapestry with your team. Both Meghan and Jason are featured in Adam Davidson's new book, "The Passion Economy."
    Come see Adam, Meghan and Jason at SXSW in Austin, TX!

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

J. Barshop ,

Awesome show, highly recommend!

Jason and his guests share actionable and inspiring lessons to build your business more thoughtfully.

Highly recommend listening and subscribing to The Businessology Show if you want the knowledge AND mindsets to take your business to the next level (and reach your overall goals as a result)!

Monjes Media ,

Great business insight

If you're in the business of creative, then you need to listen to this Podcast. Every episode offers learning opportunities to help you conduct business more efficiently. Truly inspiring.

zigorzag ,

Providing the icing on the cake

Happy to know the typing sound will be a thing of the past.
I enjoy Todd Henry's podcast too.
Eventhough my business is very small, I think the lessons you share are still valuable and applicable.

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