Host, Your BusinessFULL BIO
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Revealing details on journeys to success, what it took to build companies, and turn a no into yes.LISTEN
JJ Ramberg focuses on issues and opportunities for businesses across the United States.LISTEN
October 14, 2018: Tony Drockton was a successful entrepreneur living large until he hit rock bottom. His story is a tale of caution and redemption. With a whole new attitude, Tony has grown his latest creation, luxury brand Hammitt. He tells us about his biggest challenges and finding the strength and wisdom to conquer them.
August 31, 2018: Is it tough for you to take days off because running your business requires so much of your time and attention? Mike Michalowicz, CEO of Profit First Professionals, tells us how you can structure your company to run itself. He says if you do it right, you’ll be able to take a four-week vacation.
October 14, 2018: “Your Business” and Shopify are teaming up for our latest round of elevator pitches. The creator of Madison & White says that her bedding promises sweet dreams for all of her customers by nourishing their hair and skin. Let’s find out if our pitcher is going to sleep well tonight.
October 7, 2018: Employee engagement is crucial for success. Here are 5 ways to keep your employees interested and active.
October 7, 2018: Instead of running in circles, have one-on-ones with your direct reports and leadership to not waste time. Kenny Dichter is the Founder and CEO of Wheels Up, a membership-based private aviation company. He explains how to get tangible outcomes from meetings and discussions.
October 7, 2018: We went to Shop.org in Las Vegas to learn about the new advancements in retail. Matt Shay, the head of the National Retail Federation explained what retail tech innovations are on the rise. He tells us about inventory management, smart mirrors, customer engagement and much more.
October 7, 2018: Building your narrative before your product will help you fill in the gaps of who your customer actually is. Scott Belsky is the Chief Product Officer of Adobe and co-founder of Behance. He has a lot of experience with helping businesses launch their brand and eventually sell.
October 7, 2018: Commit to radical transparency & manage like a sports team. Those are the top two tips for growing your business. Jessica Johnson-Cope is the president and principal of Johnson Security Bureau. Scott Harrison is the founder and CEO of charity: water.
October 7, 2018: When it comes to social media marketing, it is important to keep your content full of fresh pictures and stories, which can quickly become expensive. The founder of Social Native has created a way to keep up the content and keep down the cost. He’s enlisting customers to supply the content and earn money for themselves. See how he’s built what is being called “the uber of content.”
September 30, 2018: Celebrity hairstylist Jim Markham has made millions from the hair care lines that he has created and sold. Each time he tries to head into retirement and enjoy the world of rest and relaxation, he fails miserably. Jim’s innovative mind and passion for his craft ultimately lead him to jump back into the industry he adores and build another brand from scratch.
September 30, 2018: You probably know Kristin Cavallari from reality TV, but did you know she’s also a hardcore entrepreneur? She’s the founder of a new lifestyle brand called Uncommon James, and she’s serious about her business. From managing staff to designing jewelry, Cavallari talks about it all in her E! show “Very Cavallari.”
September 30, 2018: Social media is an essential tool for attracting and retaining customers. However, if you’re doing it all wrong, there’s a good chance you’ll be turning off your fans especially millennials. Chelsea Krost, chief engagement officer at Beyond360, tells us what social media mistakes to avoid.
September 30, 2018: Every time a customer walks through your door or visits your website, they are giving you a lot of data about their behavior. Strategic companies are using this information to develop a stronger relationship with their customers. Tom Koulopoulos, chairman of Delphi Group, tells us how you can use data to help grow your business
September 30, 2018: Keep it personal for employees and build your core competencies. Those are the top two tips for growing your business. Dottie Herman is the CEO of Douglas Elliman and Andrew T. Berlin is the chairman and CEO of Berlin Packaging.
September 30, 2018: How do you convince IT departments to allow software vendors to access their data if it’s in the cloud? Let’s ask the expert. Rick Stollmeyer is the co-founder and CEO of MindBody.
September 23, 2018: Our elevator pitcher says she’s selling a new alternative to some plastic products in your kitchen. Susan Castriota is the founder of Cuchina Safe, her brand of vented glass lids that are microwavable safe. Let’s find out if our panelists think Susan’s idea is cooking.