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 Region.
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.
Warren Zeiser, founder of We Rise Consulting, joins the podcast for a deep dive into leadership. Specifically, we examine what has changed because of COVID and how leaders should be positioning their business for the future.
Frank Scavio, cofounder and owner of Capital Region staple, Paesan’s Pizza, joins the podcast to discuss how Paesan’s started and was able to expand into empire it is today. We also dive into what getting rated by Barstool Sports has meant to Paesan’s and the impact it’s had on their frozen pizza business.
Matt Scarchilli, owner of Sandler Training, joins the podcast to breakdown what is working and what isn’t for sales professionals in our increasingly virtual sales environment.