Ted Rubin talks return on relationships43:39
Speaker, author and social media strategist Ted Rubin explains why he has always let his relationships guide his career
The Business of Billboards25:46
As more and more ads go digital, outdoor advertising is seeing a resurgence. Andrea Messimer-Henley of Adomni fills Mitch in on why this old form of advertising isn't going anywhere.
VaynerMedia's Chief Heart Officer26:13
From the time she was a child Claude Silver knew she was different. She cared more about people than school and had to learn to manage her dyslexia. When she moved from New York City to New Mexico she discovered a love for the outdoors that healed her. In this episode she talks with Mitch about her unique background and her commitment to running a more human company.
Standing out in today's retail climate29:28
Lindsay Meyer made her way through experiences in healthcare, retail and finance before founding Batch in 2016. She talks about her experiences, including her part in the #MeToo movement, and how her company is working to stand out in brick and mortar retail today. Andrew Solgaard joins to talk about his backpack made of plastic pulled from the ocean and how Batch helped him launch a new product line.
The founders of Fatty Sundays on leaping into the food business26:07
Sisters Ali and Lauren Barwick were on paths toward respective graphic design and accounting career when they hatched the idea to start a food company inspired by their mom's fun covered pretzels. Hear how they crowdfunded their way to a local holiday market and where they are seven years later.