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Capital Ideas Edmonton
46 minutes | May 1, 2017
EPIDSODE 41: Surprise me: Offbeat marketing ideas
Here is the podcast from our 61st Capital Ideas Edmonton event, on the topic of unusual ways to get attention for your business. We heard from Brandon Schatz of Variant Edition Comics and Culture, Amy Nachtigall of Sugared and Spiced, and Mike Lundy of Flannel Foxes. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes,... Read more »
49 minutes | Mar 28, 2017
EPISODE 40: SQUIRREL! THE ELUSIVE ART OF FINDING YOUR FOCUS
Here is the live podcast from our 60th Capital Ideas Edmonton event, on the topic of finding your focus. Hear from Bryan Smith of Bluetrain, Lauren Dary of L Photography and Andrea Beça of Andrea Beça Work discuss focusing on the right things. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music... Read more »
34 minutes | Mar 14, 2017
EPISODE 39: FROM ME TO WE: GROWING BEYOND SOLOPRENEURSHIP
Here is the live podcast from our 59th Capital Ideas Edmonton event, on the topic of making your first hires. We heard from Angel Chok of Novelle Bridal Shop, Janis Galloway of Publicity Room and Rebecca Grant of The Violet Chocolate Company. Read the full recap of the event here. You can also subscribe to... Read more »
44 minutes | Nov 17, 2016
Episode 38: What’s in your marketing toolbox?
This month, Capital Ideas takes a look at what’s in your marketing toolbox. And what you might want to think about adding. We have expert advice from Edmonton business owners Louise Dirks, CEO of gravitypope, Kieran Ryan, co-founder of Pogo Carshare and Karen Unland, founder of Seen and Heard in Edmonton and co-founder of Taproot Edmonton. The podcast was recorded... Read more »
42 minutes | Oct 20, 2016
Episode 37: Running lean: Doing more with less
On the panel this month Carol Logan, owner of Carol’s Quality Sweets, Trina Shipanoff, CEO of Night Market Edmonton and Curtis Way, founder of the RMS Group shared their advice for doing more with less, and stretching and maximizing business dollars. The discussion was recorded live at the Edmonton Journal at our 56th Edmonton event... Read more »
45 minutes | Sep 28, 2016
Episode 36: How do you know when to grow?
On the panel this month, Robyn Henderson, CEO of The Uncomplicated Family group of family-support companies, Trent Oster, CEO of gaming company Beamdog, and Kevin Kent, owner of retail stores Knifewear and Kent of Inglewood discuss when to expand a business and how to set the stage for successful growth. Our 55th Capital Ideas Edmonton event was recorded live at... Read more »
40 minutes | Aug 18, 2016
Episode 35: The Art of Business
We got creative with our August 2016 panel. Inspired by the annual Edmonton International Fringe Festival, we focused on business owners in the arts. Our panelists were Marty Chan, owner of Ink Jockey Inc., Annie Dugan, artistic director of Firefly Theatre and Holger Petersen, co-founder of Stony Plain Records. The panel discussion was recorded live... Read more »
36 minutes | Jul 21, 2016
Episode 34: Socially Responsible Business
The July 2016 Capital Ideas panel in Edmonton was all about “doing good in the ‘hood” with entrepreneurs that have built social responsibility into the business plan. Panelists for this discussion were Deborah Barrett, founder of Anthony At Your Service, Christy Benoit, co-founder and director of the Mosaic Group of Companies and Mosaic Centre, and Michael Kalmanovitch,... Read more »
35 minutes | Jun 16, 2016
Episode 33: Business not as usual
Capital Ideas Edmonton’s 52nd panel event was about taking new approaches to old business models. Panelists Derek Hopfner, co-founder of Law Scout, a tech company connecting small business to lawyers, Garret Kruger, from Edmonton’s only vegan food truck Sailin On’, and Cathy Silver, co-owner of Housecalls for Housecats, a mobile veterinary clinic, discussed how they don’t do business as usual June 15, 2016 at the... Read more »
38 minutes | May 19, 2016
Episode 32: Why does company culture matter?
Panelists Matt Aubin, president of Keen Creative, Geha Gonthier, director of Wellness on Whyte and Neil Herbst, co-owner of Alley Kat Brewery speak about their experiences building great teams at the 51st Capital Ideas event on May 18, 2016 at the Edmonton Journal. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher.
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