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Thursday, October 19th
Kristen Hadeed - Part 6
You can't lead a team of employees without giving them feedback. That's one of the many things that Kristen Hadeed had to learn about being a CEO. CEO Radio, part 6...
Wednesday, October 18th
How can a company's employees grow on the job? Kristen Hadeed, author of Permission to Screw Up, would tell you a lot of it has to do with allowing them to feel trusted. CEO Radio, part 5...
Tuesday, October 17th
Learning A Valuable Lesson
After she got herself in over her head, how did Kristen Hadeed get out from under it! By leveling with her employees. CEO Radio, part 4:
Monday, October 16th
Finding Her Challenge
Talk about getting in over your head in business. Kristen Hadeed, of Student Maid, got an education in that very quickly. CEO Radio, part 3:
Friday, October 13th
It's in Her Jeans
For want of a pair of $99 jeans, a business was born. Student Maid CEO Kristen Hadeed on CEO Radio, part 2...
Thursday, October 12th
In Love with Business
For Kristen Hadeed, CEO of Student Maid, being in business is very much a social venture. And going back to her first business ventures as a child, it always has been. CEO, Pt. 1.
Wednesday, October 11th
Karen Aiach of Lysogene - CEO Radio Part 10
The questions that Karen Aiach, as a worried mother, started asking in 2005 have led to the first of what could be a series of a new therapies for neurodegenerative diseases. CEO Radio, part 10...
Tuesday, October 10th
Karen Aiach of Lysogene - CEO Radio Part 9
It was a six-year timeline: From the diagnosis to the initial investigation, then the scientific research, and then an actual, successful, gene replacement procedure on her young daughter. That’s how Lysogene’s Karen Aiach spent the years 2005 through 2011. CEO Radio, part 9...
Sunday, October 8th
Karen Aiach of Lysogene - CEO Radio Part 8
She wasn’t intending to build a for-profit biomedical company. But then the test results were too encouraging to not build one. Karen Aiach of Lysogene on CEO Radio, part 8…
Friday, October 6th
It's one thing for a non-expert to seek out an expert as a co-founder, but why would an expert ever want to partner with a non-expert? CEO Radio, part 7...
Thursday, October 5th
A Different Way to Look at Things
Sometimes, it seems, it's better to be an outsider. That was certainly the case when an outsider in the world of science and medicine led her new company into a place that many companies were reluctant to go. CEO Radio, part 6
Wednesday, October 4th
An Education in Saving a Life
For Karen Aiach, it was a four-year timeline from the moment she learned of her baby daughter's disease to the founding of the company working on a cure for Sanfilippo Syndrome. CEO Radio, part 5.
Tuesday, October 3rd
Learning a Lot by Asking
To create the science that might save her daughter Ornella, Karen Aiach had to do a lot of consulting and traveling. CEO Radio, part 4.
Monday, October 2nd
Saved by the Internet
The biomedical company she built wouldn't have been possible before the Internet. Karen Aiach on CEO Radio, part 3.
Friday, September 29th
No Better Reason
People start companies for many reasons. Karen Aiach had an especially good reason for starting her biomedical company, Lysogene. CEO Radio, part 2...
Thursday, September 28th
No Background, No Problem
She went from being an accountant to being a biotech CEO. Meet Karen Aiach of Lysogene. CEO Radio, part 1…
Wednesday, September 27th
An Atypical Route for a CEO
Though very successful as an entrepreneur, she was always the one behind the scenes, the COO until she spoke out about her life. Ten years later, Tana Greene is a CEO in every way. CEO Radio, part 8...
Tuesday, September 26th
Successful entrepreneurs beware! If you've never started a technology company, and you're in your 50s, be prepared for a humbling experience. Blue Bloodhounds Tana Greene on CEO Radio, part 7
Monday, September 25th
To understand why Tana Greene thinks Blue Bloodhound, with $9 million in financing, could turn into a billion dollar company, you need to understand the trucking industry. CEO Radio, part 6
Friday, September 22nd
Tara Greene, part 5
If Tana Greene hadn't taken on an abusive domestic violence situation as a teenage bride, she wouldn't be taking on the trucking industry today with a disruptive Uber-like technology. CEO Radio, part 5...
Thursday, September 21st
The Measurement of Success
At MOD Pizza, CEO Scott Svenson's definition of success is determined not by their number of restaurants but by their employees. CEO Radio pt. 4.
Wednesday, September 20th
No Experience, No Problem
She doesnt lack confidence as an entrepreneur. Not Tana Greene of Blue Bloodhound. CEO Radio, part 3...
Tuesday, September 19th
Rock The Boat
Tana Greene aims to disrupt the trucking industry. Her track record suggests she will. CEO Radio, part 2.
Monday, September 18th
An Uber for trucks? A Match.com for truck drivers and fleet operators? That would be Blue Bloodhound. CEO Tana Greene on CEO Radio, part 1.
Thursday, September 14th
The Secret Ingredient: Our People
How does a restaurant go from 13 locations just 3-and-a-half years ago to over 290 by year's end 2017? MOD Pizza has done it by reaching deep into communities. CEO Radio, part 8...
Wednesday, September 13th
CEO Radio: Scott Svenson, Part 7
MOD Pizza may have a mission, of sorts, but don’t go looking for a mission statement. At least not yet. CEO Radio, part 7...
Thursday, September 7th
Scott Svenson, Part 3
The family that entrepreneurs together endures together. MOD Pizza's Scott Svenson on CEO Radio, part 3...
Wednesday, September 6th
Scott Svenson, Part 2
His fellow executives thought he was overworked and possibly going crazy when Scott Svenson said he wanted to start his own business. Two businesses later, he's running the fastest growing restaurant chain in the US. CEO Radio, part 2...
Tuesday, September 5th
No Such Thing as Too Much Pizza
The fastest-growing restaurant company in the US aspires to having a soul. And with MOD Pizza, co-founder and CEO Scott Svenson is well on the way toward achieving that. CEO Radio, part 1…
Monday, September 4th
Beauty in a Gravel Pit
To quote the old proverb, success has many fathers. And when it came to creating the legendary road racing course, Lime Rock, there were at least three. Skip Barber on CEO Radio, part 11…
Wednesday, August 30th
Regrets? Racing legend Skip Barber has had a few…about the sale of his namesake firm, nearly 18 years ago. CEO Radio, part 8...
Tuesday, August 29th
No Quick Fixes to the Top
Skip Barber went to the top of his newly chosen field in one year, by emphasizing quality and not cutting corners. CEO Radio, part 7.
Monday, August 28th
A Smooth Beginning
For racing legend Skip Barber, starting his legendary teaching business was “really not hard”. CEO Radio, part 6….
Friday, August 25th
CEO Skip Barber/ Lime Rock Park - Part 5
Skip Barber has been driving his beloved Lime Rock racing course for 57 years for good reason. CEO Radio, part 5...
Thursday, August 24th
Solving The Problem
A lesson in entrepreneurship from a somewhat unlikely entrepreneur, Skip Barber. CEO Radio, part 4..
Wednesday, August 23rd
A Treasure of a Racetrack
To countless thousands of racing fans, Lime Rock Park already is a national treasure. Skip Barber wants to make that official. CEO Radio, part 3
Tuesday, August 22nd
Saving The Day
When you get right down to it, Skip Barber is Lime Rock, the legendary racing course that he may well have saved when he bought it, three decades ago. CEO Radio, part 2
Monday, August 21st
An Education on the Racetrack
Skip Barber majored in English at Harvard. But his passion was auto racing, and that led him into being an entrepreneur. CEO Radio, part one...
Friday, August 18th
Domestics Need Not Apply
In the last 12 years, New York-based golden seeds has generated more than a hundred million dollars in investments in women-led startups. for good reason. CEO Radio, part 5...
Thursday, August 17th
Evening The Scales
Yes, the imbalance persists. But today startup companies led by women are at least getting a larger piece of the initial investment pie. CEO Radio, part 4.
Wednesday, August 16th
Ladies Only, Please
Want a better return on a startup investment? The women who lead New York-based Golden Seeds would advise you to put your money on a business led by a woman. CEO Radio, part 3.
Tuesday, August 15th
Faith In Angels
AMONG THE RANKS OF ANGEL INVESTORS, PUTTING THEIR MONEY AND SOMETIMES THEIR EXPERTISE INTO STARTUPS, GOLDEN SEEDS IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST, CEO RADIO, PART 2
Monday, August 14th
Calling on an Angel
FOR SOME WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS, ALL IT TAKES IS AN ANGEL. AN ANGEL INVESTOR LIKE NEW YORK-BASED GOLDEN SEEDS. CEO RADIO, PART 1.
Monday, August 7th
Steven Goldstein - Grassi and Company, Part 2
He calls his program “The CEO Athlete”. And Steven Goldstein says it’s based on a simple combination of A B and C. CEO Radio, part 2…
Sunday, August 6th
Stephen Goldstein - Grassy and Company Part 1
Steven Goldstein isn’t a CEO, but he visits NFL camps to try to create them. CEO Radio, part 1…
Wednesday, July 26th
Bill Rouhana - CEO of Chicken Soup For The Soul Part 3
When you have a brand name and a loyal audience, the possibilities are endless. Ask Chicken Soup For The Soul CEO Bill Rouhana. CEO Radio, part 3…
Tuesday, July 25th
Bill Rouhana - CEO of Chicken Soup For The Soul Part 2
A CEO who majored in English? Doesn’t happen often. But Chicken Soup For The Soul CEO Bill Rouhana had his reasons. CEO Radio, part 2…
Tuesday, July 18th
Listening to the Youth
In the fast-changing world of video technology NeuLion's CEO stays hip with the younger generation by listening to the younger generation. CEO Radio, pt. 7.
Monday, July 17th
No Need to Worry
Roy Reichbach, NeuLion's newest CEO, had just come onboard but one of the company's biggest clients had decided to jump ship. CEO Radio, pt. 6.
Friday, July 14th
Slow Start but Moving Along
A few years ago as technological advancement grew, shares of NeuLion dropped, but its CEO never waivered and kept the company together. CEO Radio, pt. 5.
Thursday, July 13th
Together They Grow Stronger
The technology changes, but the core team has stayed the same at one of the major global players in video technology, NeuLion. CEO Radio, part 4...
Wednesday, July 12th
Longtime Co-workers & Friends
Through countless iterations of technology, they've stayed together: the team that founded the global video technology company, Neulion. CEO Radio, part 3.
Tuesday, July 11th
Playing Their Cards Right
They wanted to work on a technology that would change the world. They did. Meet the CEO of Neulion, on CEO Radio, part 2.
Monday, July 10th
If You Have the Video, We have the Technology
What do you do when you have a company with a technology that isn' quite ready for prime time? You bide your time by taking on other assignments that are ready, the way Plainview, New York-based Neulion did. CEO Radio, part 1.
Friday, July 7th
David Callis of Hiatus - Part 5
How can a one-year-old, eight-person firm take on the giants of financial services? Ask David Callis of Hiatus. CEO Radio, part 5…
Thursday, July 6th
David Callis of Hiatus - Part 4
What’s the secret to launching a new app? David Callis of Hiatus would tell you it’s friends and family first. CEO Radio, part 4…
Wednesday, July 5th
From Small Beginnings
Before making his ascent in the business world David Callis, CEO of Hiatus, decided it was best not to leave his surroundings. CEO Radio, pt. 4.
David Callis of Hiatus - Part 3
He was building a successful corporate career, still in his 20s, but he couldn’t resist starting his own company. David Callis on CEO Radio, part 3…
Tuesday, July 4th
Keeping a Watchful Eye Out for You
Hiatus CEO David Callis wants to make sure you're paying your fare share. CEO Radio, pt. 3.
Monday, July 3rd
David Callis of Hiatus - Part 1
Two years ago, David Callis realized he had a “personal problem”. And when he discovered he wasn’t the only one, he built a financial technology company called Hiatus. CEO Radio, part 1…
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