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#NeoMarketing Podcast co-host and Golding Group CEO Kyle Golding had an opportunity this week to participate (via Zoom) in a Q/A with students in an Entrepreneur program at a local university. On Ep112 we hear the discussion of his entrepreneurial journey from teenager to today and the answers to great questions like his favorite marketing tactics, 3 skills every entrepreneur needs, how to begin the audience development process and much more. A full hour discussion of all things entrepreneurial.On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, the latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options.
Rural business expert Becky McCray joins us on this episode via Zoom to talk about the distinct advantages that small town (and small in scale) businesses have against big box and online competitors. Becky tweeted some sound advice that caught our eye and prompted this discussion: “You have special advantages as a small town retailer. You can be even more competitive when you tap these special advantages and combine them with some of the best tricks online retailers have been using against you.” @BeckyMcCray https://twitter.com/BeckyMcCrayThere is so much more you can learn from Becky. Check out “Trends in Small Town Retail” https://smallbizsurvival.com/trends-in-small-town-retail.html at SmallBizSurvival.com and Beating the Online Competition https://learnto.saveyour.town/beating-online-competition at SaveYour.Town for the full story.LinkedIn: Becky McCray Twitter: @BeckyMcCray @SBSurvival @SaveYourTown Instagram: @BeckyMcCray & @SaveYourTown Facebook: Small Biz Survival, SaveYour.Town
That’s right, a podcast about podcasting. But, this episode of the #NeoMarketing Podcast is focused specifically on the value of adding podcasting to your business marketing mix. Favorite Podcasting Tools:Anchor.fmPodchaser.comClubhouse App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/id1503133294Bonus Social Media: HiHo App https://www.hiho.video/
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Eighty percent of all venture capital is spent on three coastal states. Unfortunately, this statistic often leads founders to think they have to move to places like California or New York to build a high growth company. There are many reasons why fund managers and venture capitalists have concentrated in certain regions, luckily new fund managers are emerging in the middle of the country to close the funding gap and help support early stage entrepreneurs.Today we talked to one of those fund managers. Nathaniel Harding is the Managing Partner at Cortado Ventures, a new Venture Capital Fund in Oklahoma looking to invest in the most promising companies in the state and region. Join us as we talk to him about the dire need to invest in local startups, and the struggles of establishing an early stage fund in Oklahoma.
Eighty percent of all venture capital is spent on three coastal states. Unfortunately, this statistic often leads founders to think they have to move to places like California or New York to build a high growth company. There are many reasons why fund managers and venture capitalists have concentrated in certain regions, luckily new fund managers are emerging in the middle of the country to close the funding gap and help support early stage entrepreneurs. Today we talked to one of those fund managers. Michael Basch is the Managing Partner at Atento Capital, a new Venture Capital Fund in Tulsa, Oklahoma backed by the George Kaiser Family. Prior to moving to Tulsa from NY, Michael founded and invested in startups, ran for Mayor of NYC and even helped in the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016. Join us as we talk to him about what led him to move from NY to Oklahoma, his views on today’s environment and vision for growing the innovation economy in Tulsa.