In today's episode I talk with Taylor Clark, REV Birmingham's Director of Business Recruitment and Growth about a wide range of topics from work she's done with food deserts in Birmingham, to non-profit funding, all the way to creating an environment for small businesses to thrive in the Magic City.
What do startups miss when getting off the ground and how can you get an edge when launching your own startup? Check out today's mini-Pod to find out!
Today on The Dispatch, I’m joined by my good friend Deon Gordon!
As the former Business Development director for REV Birmingham and the current President and CEO of Tech Birmingham, Deon has been a huge part in helping shape the business landscape in Birmingham for a long time.
Today we talk about how business in the Magic City is changing, what big issues are facing technology companies today, and what we can be doing to help foster more technology startups in Birmingham.
I hope you enjoy the show!
I'm so happy to be back with you guys! Today I'm sharing my interview with Amanda Storey, Executive Director of Jones Valley Teaching Farm in Birmingham, Alabama.
Jones Valley is an amazing organization that partners with schools and communities to incorporate farming and agriculture into curricula to teach everything from STEM, to commerce, cooking, and more!
Jones Valley Teaching Farm is near and dear to my heart and I'm really excited to share this interview with you today.
What's a freebie and how can it work for your business? Today we look at how selling something at break even (or even giving it away for free) can be a useful strategy for your business and how recognizing other companies employing this strategy can help you protect your place in the market.
What can we do when faced with unfair criticism that makes us question our self-worth and abilities?