Thanks to our partners, we are peeling back the curtain on the parallels of business between sports and their partnerships with a new podcast series called, "The Workshop.” Host Kristen Balboni will interview team members in marketing, social media, operations, finance, health & wellness, and community relations to uncover the uniqueness of their role and what their offseason looks like.
The Workshop: Finance
In this week’s episode of The Workshop, host Kristen Balboni talks with Charles Bowman (Carolinas President of Bank of America) and Kristi Coleman (CFO of Tepper Sports & Entertainment) on what it takes to make it in the finance industry and the interesting paths you can take to get there.
The Workshop: Moving Forward
In this week’s episode of The Workshop, host Kristen Balboni talks with Jeff Kimbell, Chief Commercial Officer of Honeywell, and Tom Glick, Panthers Team President, on how they got fans back in the stands safely and what the future looks like for sports and businesses alike.
The Workshop: Health and Wellness
On this week’s episode of The Workshop, we continue to peek behind the curtain on the business parallels between sports and their partnerships. Host Kristen Balboni talks with Dr. Anthony Martin, Sports Medicine and Family Medicine Doctor for Atrium Health, and Kate Callaway, the Panthers Director of Performance Nutrition, on how to keep healthy in a busy world, nutrition fads, and the differences between treating athletes versus the general population.
The Workshop: Community Relations
In the second installment of “The Workshop,” we continue to peek behind the curtain on the business parallels between sports and their partnerships. Host Kristen Balboni talks with Heather Hucks, Vice President of Consumer Connections for Coca-Cola Consolidated, and Riley Fields, Panthers Director of Community Relations, on the importance of using brand power for the good of the community.
The Workshop: Social Media
In the first episode of this new podcast, Host Kristen Balboni talks with Dana Boone, Manager of Organic Social Media and Influencer Relations for Lowe’s, and Amie Kiehn, Social Media Manager of the Carolina Panthers, on meme culture, working with influencers and why good content can sometimes just be a DM away.