Episode 127: Grateful Grahams, The Hatchery

February 28th, 2016

We all come together over food, especially good food. That's simple really, going back to ye olden times. Sharing food is the basic recipe for community and camaraderie. Rachel DesRochers has taken that recipe and modernized it as elegantly as she has the graham cracker. She launches The Hatchery, an incubator for Kitchenpreneurs in Northern Kentucky. Tune in with co-host Robynn Anton of RGA Creative and find out what's cooking.

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Episode 126: Cincinnati Education and Research for Veterans Foundation

February 21st, 2016

Ron Hakes former Director of Emergency Services of the Red Cross Cincinnati Chapter and Dr. Kate Chard Director of the Trauma Recovery Center at Cincinnati VA Medical Center and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati join us for a discussion on the business of running a non-profit. The non-profit group is Cincinnati Education and Research for Veterans which works alongside the VA Administration and serve our veterans. The idea of service runs full circle as we find out the impact of the research and educational events that CERV organizes. Robynn Anton of RGA Creative co-hosts.
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Episode 125: Grace Dobush, Crafty Supermarket

February 14th, 2016

The art of American made craft was in danger of extinction but with folks like Grace Dobush, co-founder of Crafty Supermarket, and other lovers of handmade objects it's safe to say they're enjoying a resurgence of popularity. With online platforms like Etsy showing the profit potential with sales transactions of over a billion in 2014 and retail partnerships like Nordstroms, crafters and artisans are claiming more of the market. Jason Redwine co-hosts with his pizza boxes.

And btw, if you're a crafter in business and looking for more resources check out this trade conference also organized by Grace Dobush, Midwest Craft Con is Feb 19 - 21 in Columbus. 

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Episode 124: Jeff Jacobson, Kinglet

February 7th, 2016

For many small businesses projecting growth can be difficult. And along with that projecting need for workspace is equally complicated. Tom Moore of Formidable Asset Management co-hosts as we talk to Jeff Jacobson one of the co-founders who with his partner Alex Kopicki couldn't wait for opportunity to knock on their door - they jumpstarted Kinglet. A business that's filling a niche by well....helping other businesses fill a niche.
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