Hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Gabriel Weinberg, author of Traction: A Start Up Guide to Getting Customers. Also in studio guest Shaun Raskin, owner of Inspired Summit Adventures and Patricia Kempton, owner of WelcomeMat Services.
In this edition of Mountain Money, Larry and Doug talk with Steve Janjic, CEO of Amercanex about the Cannibas Industry. Also Jim Ngo, President and CEO of Cirra Systems about their cloud based server system. If you missed the show you can listen to the podcast here.
It's back to business on this episode of KPCW's Mountain Money; hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcomed author Erin Meyer to discuss her book The Culture Map: Breaking Through The Invisible Boundaries Of Global Business. She talked about language and culture while doing business in connected world. Hilary Reiter of Redhead Marketing also joined the show to talk about her firm's new office in New York City and how that ties in with her work here in Park City.
The KPCW Summer Pledge Drive is off and running; on this episode of KPCW's Mountain Money, Larry and Doug welcomed some of our friends from Park City Mountain Resort for an update of all that is going on as well as details about their challenge grant. Don't forget to support KPCW this week; details can be found elsewhere here on KPCW.org and on air through Friday. Thanks for your support!
This episode of KPCW's Mountain Money kicked off with an extended conversation with Tod Marks, Senior Project Manager for Consumer Reports. Larry and Doug spoke with Tod about their latest report on fast food and what Americans think about their choices. Beau Ogburn from Protrans PC then joined the show to talk about e-commerce in Utah and how it's helped him build his business. The episode wrapped up with a visit from Edward Panos of supportindiefilmfunding.com. He talked with the hosts about their site designed to help independent filmmakers get their projects funded.
Larry and Doug began this episode of Mountain Money with a conversation on toxic work environments with Dr. Merideth Ferguson, an Assistant Professor in the Management Department at Utah State University. The show wrapped up on a much lighter note with John Keahey, author of Hidden Tuscany: Discovering Art, Culture, And Memories in a Well-Known Region's Unknown Places.
This episode of Mountain Money has a little something for every one, beginning with a segment with author Karan Girotra talking about his book The Risk Driven Business Model. Dave Elvenholl joined the show to talk about Park City Pet Resort and Jared and Trish McMillen helped wrap things up with details about their new gallery location.
Doug & Larry started off today's show with a conversation about Utah's new Outdoor Recreation Office and it's director, Brad Peterson. Tracy Larson, Vice President of Program Development at Bank of American Fork then joined the show to talk about Elder Financial Abuse. Dylan (Sands) and Shelby (Kushma) of Publik Coffee Roasters then joined the show to talk about their business as well as their new Park City area location.
The hour starts out with author Adam Braun, "The Promise of a Pencil: How An Ordinary Person Can Create Extraordinary Change". Adam started an organization "Pencils of Promise" with $25 that has since built more than 200 schools around the world. Then, in the studio, Kelly Miller, Manager of Assemble Park City, offering 30 private offices. Finally, Nanette Bush, Home Finance Lender at Zions Bank. April is the busiest month for online home searches in Utah. She tells what mortgage hunters need to know for the spring home buying season.
Larry and Doug have an in depth conversation with Dick Cross, author of "60-Minute CEO:Mastering Leadership an Hour at a Time". In the second half, Jess Reid, of Jess Reid Real Estate, celebrating 30 years of business in Park City. Also, Davidene Zimmerman, owner of Davidene Quilt Shop, who offers fabric, products and help to complete your quilt project.