On today’s episode we are joined by Josh Stanton, co-founder of Screw the Nine to Five, where Josh helps people leave their nine-to-five jobs to start their own businesses.
Screw the Nine to Five started as a blog about being a lifestyle entrepreneur that gradually grew into a brand and business on its own. Screw the Nine to Five now helps people who want to run their own businesses to leave their desk jobs to chase the entrepreneurial dream.
Dave has been podcasting for 13 years, so when his friend and long-time business partner Shannon Jean shared his idea for the Small Business Show, Dave loved it. They decided to focus on small businesses who are really working their hardest to turn their dreams into reality. The connections made through the podcast eventually led them to creating the online forum, where small business owners listen, support, and uplift one another.
On this episode of Small Business War Stories, we are joined by Beau Hightower of Elite-OSM, a result driven clinic that is passionate about patient care.
On this week’s episode we are joined by Scott Sanchez of JD High Country Outfitters, a one-stop shop for the great outdoors. They have everything from equipment, to rentals and guided tours!
Join us as Scott shares his business war stories from Jackson Hole, Wyoming!
On this episode we are joined by Bill, Anna & Miles Wirtel of Santa Fe Stoneworks, a company that creates fine handcrafted stone inlay knives. Join us as we discuss family business, apprenticeship, and business war stories.
Today we are joined by Spencer Hirst, Co-founder of Western Range Clothing Company, a classic clothing company garnished with a bit of western.
Today we are joined by Aaron Boyd of Tres Cuervos Leatherworks, a company that creates hand crafted practical goods using American leather, brass, and wood.
Today we are joined Chris White, CEO and Co-founder of Shinesty, a company that creates outrageous clothing for theme parties, costume parties, and general ridiculousness.
This week we are joined by Dayle Morningstar and Brandon Laird of Colorado Highland Helicopters, a family owned and operated business that provides flight instruction, search and rescue, photography and reconnaissance.
On today’s episode we are joined by Jason McCarthy of GoRuck, an American brand with Special Forces roots that is aiming to change the world.
Today we are joined by John Feins of Meow Wolf, a New Mexico based arts and entertainment group that established in 2008 as an art collective.
Today we are joined by Dan Aggeler, co-founder of Durango Soda Company, the makers of Zuberfizz.
Today we are joined by Mat Sorensen, a business attorney at KKOS Lawyers, a best-selling author, and a national speaker and expert on self-directed retirement accounts.
Today we interview Lynne Milot, founder of Grandrabbit’s Toy Shoppe, a toy store located in Boulder, Colorado.
This week, we interview Michael Lyubimov of Jackson Wink MMA Academy. The academy has been around since 1992 and has grown into a world renowned and premier Mixed Martial Arts training academy. It is home to some of the best MMA fighters to ever grace the sport of Mixed Martial Arts.
Dana Gleason founded Mystery Ranch, a company that manufactures packs and load carriage systems for military, hunting, wildland fire and mountaineering customers.
Dana has been involved in the outdoor apparel and gear community for 43 years and is considered a legend in the industry. He began creating gear for climbing, backpacking, and skiing in 1975.
On our last SXSW episode we interview Eric Waisman, the founding instructor of Jaunty, the school of social intelligence. Eric believes that human communication has been skewed by online interaction and strives to help people who are uncomfortable in face to face situations.
Today we interviewed Bay McLaughlin, the co-founder of Brinc, a company that helps founders build and launch connected hardware businesses. Bay currently lives in Hong Kong, China and has lived in many places while working with tech companies and small businesses.
On this episode we are joined by Jim Bowes, CEO and co-founder of Manifesto Digital, an award winning London based digital agency. Jim was a speaker at SXSW this year, involved in the panel “The Best is Yet to Come: The Digital Renaissance.”
Check out Jim's podcast: Alexa STOP!
On this episode we are joined by Kris Potrafka, founder of Music Firsthand, a live music booking app. Music Firsthand is a small business, technology startup, and is involved with music. This company embodies everything that SXSW is all about.
On this episode we are joined by five business leaders from Louisiana. We met at a crawfish boil put together by the city of Lafayette, Louisiana for SXSW. Today's guests are:
William Ness - LUS FIber
Jamie Nakamoto - Louisiana Economic Development
Destin Ortego - Opportunity Machine
Zach Hager - One Acadiana
Carrie Eggleston - CGI
This week, we interview Brennah Rosenthal. She works with Mountain Standard, an apparel brand that sells outdoor gear and everything you need to survive a mountain lifestyle.
Mountain Standard has been in operation for 3 years and recently opened a store in Boulder, CO. They are striving to become a brand that releases new gear for every season of the year.
Jeremy Gregory and Chad Zeitner founded Montucky Cold Snacks, a light beer company with a focus on an outdoor lifestyle and community impact
Vince Romano started his career in the dairy industry at a very young age. Aftet traveling throughout the world, Vince realized he wanted to do something that utilized the skill and heritage of the American workforce.
With that, Truman Boot Co was born. Joining us from Boulder, Colorado, Vince Romano tells us the ins and outs of his business.