Zero, and counting. You have ten minutes to learn from a hygge member. This is the hygge coworking podcast Zero To Ten.
Planning events in a pandemic with Jen Bishop
In this episode we're chatting with Jennifer Bishop, owner of local event company J. Leigh Events, about how she survived the pandemic and what she's doing differently now in the face of the Delta variant.
Sara Ondrako on nonprofits and Covid
Founder and CEO of the American Pit Bull Foundation Sara Ondrako is sitting down with us to talk about how her nonprofit survived the pandemic, what long lasting affects Covid-19 has had on their funding and advice for other nonprofits facing the Delta variant.
Books and Business with Alyssa Pressler
Hygge's owner Garrett Tichy is taking over Zero to Ten to talk with Alyssa, the usual Zero to Ten host, about her used bookstore at Camp North End. Alyssa shares how That's Novel Books opened two weeks before the state shut down last year, what she did to survive as a business owner and what's next.
Selling Your Business with Olivia Wolff
You'd be hard pressed to find a small business owner who didn't learn something throughout the pandemic, but for Olivia Wolff, co-founder of UpDog Kombucha, the lesson was a particularly hard one: she learned she was not the best person to be running her company. Listen in as she tells us about keeping the business afloat during 2020 and finding a buyer to take over.
Post-pandemic with Bold Music Co.'s George Ramsay
Over a year ago, Garrett and George first on a podcast about how the Covid-19 pandemic had affected George's music lesson business, Bold Music Co. We're catching back up with this local entrepreneur to see how things are going and what's next.
Garrett Tichy talks coworking post-pandemic
We sat down with hygge's owner Garrett Tichy to get an update on business as coworking adjusts to life opening up after the pandemic. He shares more about what hygge coworking faced during the pandemic and how we are still working through it all now as a small team of three.