Susan Baroncini-Moe is the founder of Business in Blue Jeans, a personal business coaching service. Susan helps current business owners find new business models for growth, and also acts as a guide for those wanting to transition from employee, to entrepreneur.
Dorie Clark, author of Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It, is also a strategic marketing consultant and can be found at DorieClark.com. She joined us on the GetApp podcast to talk about her book and what we can do to discover our breakthrough ideas.
Guy Kawasaki on The Art of the Start, social media and exciting apps
Guy Kawasaki needs little introduction. He was with Apple when it rose from the ashes, he’s a successful entrepreneur and investor, but most notably he’s an outspoken proponent of social media as the best marketing tool. We caught up with him in this episode of the GetCast to chew the fat on everything from smart watches to social media.
Interview and advice from Howler Brothers CMO
From working in a medical device startup, to starting an investment fund, Rick Wittenbraker is a man with a lot experience building companies. Rick is now the marketing director at Howler Brothers apparel company, and he’s our guest on this episode of GetCast.
Being proactive about developing talent you need
Cain Ullah is the CEO and co-founder of Red Badger, a software development company helping enterprise intrapreneurs. Cain joins us on this episode to talk about how he built Red Badger and how the company proactively handles recruiting.
The future of bigger businesses
Erica Dhawan has discovered something fascinating. As a Harvard researcher studying the future of work and models of leadership, she found that people were harnessing relationships, resources and networks in revolutionary new ways.
WordPress web design for small businesses
Julian Kingman is a GetApp community member who left a review for ActiveCampaign and is now joining us on this episode of our podcast. Julian is a web designer and developer who uses WordPress to help small businesses reach their goals.
Jodie Hebbard is a certified life coach running her own business from her home in Canada. We learn about how Jodie got started with her life coaching business, the process of starting up and the challenges of getting her name out there. Jodie gives us her thoughts on with rejection and coming out on top.
Offering her coaching services remotely to people all around the world has come with its own set of problems. Scheduling clients across multiple time zones led Jodie to discover her favorite client scheduling app, Acuity Scheduling. Listen in to discover how she started to look for it and what led her to choose Acuity Scheduling.
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In this GetCast we catch up with Brandon Dierickx, director of Ascent Real Estate Solutions, who reveals how Zengine helped grow his business. Brandon’s business is dedicated to helping people with numerous properties navigate and comply with local laws, functioning as a complete property manager for his clients.
Ascent’s information, employee, and field worker management system is crucial. When Brandon was shopping around he discovered Zengine, which has become an integral part of his business. So much so that he’s joining us on this show to share with us the story of his company, and the role of Zengine’s awesome customer service in helping him understand the platform.
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You don’t often find someone with over 12 years of experience in the SaaS industry. Rick Chapman is a SaaS expert who has been there from the dot-com bust to today’s world of hyper appification. Rick joined us on this episode of the GetCast to talk about the evolution of SaaS, sharing his predictions about the future of the industry, and offering insider tips to anyone looking to build applications to serve the coveted ‘Generation X’ market.
We also talked about some of the apps that Rick has used over the years while working with large teams. You’ll definitely want to listen to the reasons he gave in making those decisions.
Rick has released the second edition of his SaaS Entrepreneur book, which is intended to help entrepreneurs build successful SaaS businesses.
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