List of episodes
Episode 6: Kevin Rose Jr.
October 11, 2018
We're back with the new Fall 2018 of the We Are Here podcast! Today I'm excited to sit down with Kevin Rose Jr. of UnpluggedFloatEssentials.com. I first met Kevin during an eForAll cohort nearly 2 years ago. I remember his pitch of floatation "capsules" for restorative health and mindfulness thinking he was from the future. I'm happy to see Kevin's business is...
Episode 5: Sarah Athanas
May 18, 2018
Sarah Athanas, co-founder of Groundwork, joins us to share her story on leading the south coast's premier co-working space. If you don't know what co-working is, or maybe you've heard of it and you're interested to learn more -- don't miss this episode. We'll also talk about finding space in New Bedford to set up a business like this, promoting a rather "unknown" type of business and buil...
Episode 4: Live stream with Natalie Thompson
May 05, 2018
Welcome back to another episode of The We Are Here podcast! Today's episode is a recording of a live stream from our Facebook page http://facebook.com/theweareherepodcast Natalie Thompson is the founder of The Peyton Company and she's here to give us some insights to finding focus, promoting a grand opening and growing a brand. You can also win a $50 gift card for her st...
Episode 3: Lara Harrington
April 18, 2018
We're only a few episodes into the We Are Here podcast, but after hearing today's guest, I know it's on the right track (no pun intended.) Lara Harrington is the co-founder of Boutique Fitness and Track+Channel fitness studios. There's so much good stuff in this episode you'll feel like your entrepreneurial brain ran a marathon (pun intended.) Enjoy!
Live Stream with Steve White
April 12, 2018
Today's episode is a live stream recording from our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheWeAreHerePodcast/ with UMASS Professor Steve White. We'll dive deep into the recent news of Facebook and the data companies mine against our feeds. Steve also lends us some sage advice on what small businesses need to do to survive in today's social media world.