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John Nonnemaker and Ray Hahn

Veterans Without Borders

July 6 , 2019

We are talking baseball with the new president of Wichita Baseball, Jay Miller. If you like baseball stories, Jay has so many stories about his years in baseball to share and we get some insights into the new triple A baseball team and stadium coming to Wichita in 2020. Download the Podcast. and  Learn More

Social Entrepreneurship in Wichita

July 6 , 2019

Cindy Miles of the Wichita Chamber of Service,
Ginger Lobdell of SheHopes.org and
Katy Penner of Alegria Fair Trade.

 

We learn from Cindy Miles  how the Chamber of Service helps establish non-profits that then leads to groups like SheHopes.org.

 

SheHopes funds its operations with hand made goods from its clients in India and Kenya. After every trip to help villagers with self-defense training, job training and education She Hopes brings back hand made goods for sale in the U.S.

Alegria Fair Trade promotes fairly traded goods by marketing goods made globally by local artisans and craft persons.  When artisans and farmers receive a fair wage for their work, and shoppers can buy beautiful products and create opportunity, we all win.
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Taylor Stevenson and Krissy Buck

Tech StartUp QuiCC Pivots the Brand

July 13 , 2019

We caught up with two of the key folks at QuicCC to talk about how they have pivoted from a HR interviewing solution based on some cool artificial intelligence software to a company providing closed caption solution for videos. Their software automatically transcribes your videos, allows for quick edits, then burns the captions onto your video saving you time.  It turns out that using AI to detect personality traits wasn't a winner in the marketplace, but this new product is capturing the attention of the market and QuiCC is seeing tremendous growth.  Learn more in their podcast from Saunders and Cash. 

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Lead Wichita 

Dan Schultztz and Damen Young

July 20 , 2019

Every entrepreneur needs a core team of trusted advisors, someone to turn to for advice and encouragement. Because as much as we would like to think we can do it all, there are experts available to help. In this episode we continue our series of interviews with trusted advisors as we talk with Kyle Nation, a vice president with First National Bank of Hutchinson and Dan Reisig, the co-founder of Concergent IT about how they act as advisors for entrepreneurs. 

Kyle talks about why community banking is really about building relationships with business owners so they can be make well-informed business decisions about financing their business. Dan Reisig discusses some of the risks every business has with supporting their information technology needs. Both Kyle and Dan share their experiences being trusted advisors to entrepreneurs as the start and grow their businesses. 

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Foreman Law, Focus on Tech

Sam Foreman

July 20 , 2019

What's the best thing about working with a lawyer that is also an entrepreneur? Connection.  Isn't that's what you really need when you are starting, growing, managing a business, a lawyer that gets it because he has been there. Sam Foreman works closely with technology start ups and entrepreneurs to understand first what the business owner is all about, but second what the goals and direction of a business owner are.  You get legal advise, legal services and a work ethic that business owners understand.  Sam is also commit to the success of the Wichita entrepreneur community, working closely with Connecting ICT, Start Up Grind, and Young Professionals of Wichita. 

We learn more about why Sam Foreman feels he can best serve the community working as an entrepreneurial lawyer and where he sees the growth of Wichita heading in this interview.

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Introducing Our Business Advisor Series 

Kyle Nation and Dan Reisig

July 27 , 2019

Every entrepreneur needs a core team of trusted advisors, someone to turn to for advice and encouragement. Because as much as we would like to think we can do it all, there are experts available to help. We are introducing a series of interviews with trusted advisors as we talk with Kyle Nation, a vice president with First National Bank of Hutchinson and Dan Reisig, the co-founder of Concergent IT about how they act as advisors for entrepreneurs. 

Kyle talks about why community banking is really about building relationships with business owners so they can be make well-informed business decisions about financing their business.

 

Dan Reisig discusses some of the risks every business has with supporting their information technology needs. Both Kyle and Dan share their experiences being trusted advisors to entrepreneurs as the start and grow their businesses. 

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Continuing Our Business Advisor Series 

Lee Gray and Eleen MCNicol

July 27 , 2019

Not every entrepreneurial start-up can manage everything, that's why developing a network of trusted advisors is essential to business success. We talk with Lee Gray of ActionCoach Business Coaching in Wichita, KS about the value of working with a business coach on developing strategies for both long-term and short-term growth. It's called "Working on the Business, Not in the Business".  In our interview we uncover the "why" Lee decided to start business coaching. 

We are also talking with Eileen McNichol, the founder of HRx Consulting. Eileen McNichol has human resources experience in a variety of industries. She provides strategic guidance in organizational development, HR risk management, workforce development, and compliance. 

 

When you have business growth questions, ask Lee Gray. When you want to make sure your HR programs are up-to-date, ask Eileen McNichol for help. 

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