The Capital Region of New York is known by many names,
the Capital District, Capitaland, Metroland, the Tri-City Area, and Tech Valley. Regardless of what you call our area, there is no denying it’s rich history and robust economy.
The Capital Region Business Podcast is a mechanism to share the stories of the hardworking, world-class business professionals doing amazing things in their field of expertise throughout our community.
Every week the show breakdown the topics and issues impacting business in our area through interviews and deep dives with the Capital Region’s most dynamic business owners and professionals.
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Mike Field is a licensed real estate broker and co-owner of Field Realty, a staple in the Capital Region residential real estate market for almost a decade.
As a local graduate of CBA, Mike and his team at Field Realty have developed a respected brand and deep connections throughout the Capital Region which has lead to their annual placement within the Top 1% of real estate agencies every year.
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Ryan Hanley is a licensed insurance agent and founder of Rogue Risk, helping business owners rethink and recalibrate their business practices in order to take control of both their direct insurance costs and Total Cost of Risk.
With over 15-years of insurance experience, Rogue Risk is a unique firm, leveraging technology, and out-of-the-box thinking to serve commercial clients throughout the Captial Region and Northeast.
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Craig DeVoe, the co-founder of Precision Lacrosse in Latham, joins the podcast live for a discussion on starting a retail business during COVID, why the Capital Region needed a lacrosse super-store, and what comes next! This is an episode you don’t want to miss…
Cody Shields, founder of The Big Body Butcher, not only started his butcher two weeks before COVID-19 hit and survived…he thrived. In this episode of the podcast, we talk about why he started his own butcher shop and how he was able to grow it into one of the most recognized brands in the Capital…
Vic Christopher, President of Clark House Hospitality, which is the parent company for Troy (and Capital Region) staples such as Donna’s Italian, Little Pecks and Lucas Confectionary, joins the podcast for deep dive into entrepreneurialism and small city business.