Making Dream Weddings Reality
In this episode, Neil and Deda discuss the hardships and heartwarming moments of running a wedding business as a husband and wife team that allows couples to craft their dream weddings.
Pivoting Well During Change
Jamie Swanson, business owner and course-creator, discusses what she’s doing to pivot during the Covid-19 shutdown. She discuss the release of her new training to help others during this time, as well.
The Need For Leadership In Marketing
June Schmidt talks with Sarah about the relationship between leadership and marketing your business, and the foundational issues that could hold back your marketing efforts.
Buying An Existing Business
In this episode of the Banowetz Marketing podcast, Sarah and June talk with Brett Walters of Computer Heaven about what they do and what it’s like to buy and run an existing business.
Customer Connection Matters
In this episode, Rory Knapp talks about the importance of connecting with customers face-to-face, especially in a time where we’re doing that less and less.
Break My Neck?
Casey Coberly and Sarah talk about Casey’s 10 years as a chiropractor at his own practice and what he’s learned along the way about life and business.
Hacap & Community Action
In this episode, Chris Ackman talks about HACAP’s Community Action Program and other services HACAP provides to support veterans, children and low income individuals and families in the community.
People Want to Know Your Story
Lynn, Sarah and June discuss Lynn’s transition from a career as a journalist to owning a marketing & communications business. They talk about the importance of sharing your story from a marketing standpoint and the process of unlocking the captivating details.
Too Young to Start a Business?
In this episode of the Banowetz Marketing Podcast, Jess Helburg talks with June and Sarah about starting her business, Bold Rize, as a young adult, and how you are never too young to start a business.
Branding Is Boring
In this episode of the Banowetz Marketing Podcast, LeeAnn and Sarah talk about why branding should be boring and how you can still find satisfaction in “boring” brand graphic design work.