Not your typical entrepreneur, Kevin Dubois, CEO of Lapels Dry Cleaning with over 100 locations around the world and author of the industry standard “Entrepreneurial Insanity in the Dry Cleaning Business”, talks about franchise opportunity, some of the bumps along the way and how you can avoid some of them. From lemonade stand in front of the Barnstable Fairground to juggling multiple enterprises, Kevin unfolds the pathway to a predictable income and lifestyle. This episode of “Business Way Outside the Box” also pulls back the curtain on independent startups vs. the franchise model. For more information on Lapels Franchise opportunities, visit https://lapelsfranchise.com/
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Bernadette Boas is a ball of fire and is an author, leadership coach, business consultant and keynote speaker. Her book “Shedding the Corporate Bitch, Shifting from Bitch to Rich in Life and Business” is her blunt and honest take on the issues facing professionals today. In this “Business Way Outside the Box” podcast segment, Bernadette offers tips and insights on productivity, success and work/life balance. For contact Bernadette, visit her LinkedIn profile – https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernadett….
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On this episode of “Business Way Outside the Box”, Mike McKenna of Adaptable breaks down ADA website compliance and digital accessibility – an emerging concern for companies. Compliance is critical to avoid legal liability (and fines can range from the 5 – 6 figures) and to make sure you are reaching your full potential audience. Also, companies with websites that are not accessible, could be missing out on the opportunity to serve 20% of the population. For more on Adaptable, visit https://www.adaptablelab.com/.
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You are not alone in feeling unfocused, overextended, and unproductive. Many people live in a sea of conflict while haphazardly trying to fill all the roles in their lives. Margo Crawford of Wave Productivity, based in Greater Providence and with clients throughout the U.S. and Spain, outlines how you can be more productive. Whether you are an entrepreneur, small business owner, working in a home office or telecommuter we can help you gain control of your work-your papers, email, time, and focus. For more information on Margo, visit: o Website www.waveproductivity.com o LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/margocrawford10 o Twitter @waveproductivit o Facebook https://www.facebook.com/waveproducti… o Instagram https://www.instagram.com/waveproduct..
Get organized. Or get out. Or both. If you ask her what she does, Wendy Arundel will tell you that it’s equal parts therapy, saving the world and creating a soothing space. Owner of The Mudroom, a professional organizing and home staging company, Wendy helps people do what they can’t do for themselves – get ride of the stuff that doesn’t matter and celebrate the stuff that does. Her clients include doctors, lawyers, children, seniors, neat-freaks, and hoarders, busy moms and time-challenged entrepreneurs. Listen to her joy of helping you find the joy of less clutter. For more on The Mudroom, visit https://themudroom.org/
Guest Tom Ricciardelli, CEO of SelecTech, talks about the challenges and triumphs of creating commercial and residential flooring from recycled materials. From electrostatic flooring for manufacturing environments to leak-proof lab flooring to an easy to place and replace home basement floor, SeleTech has found a niche and loyal customers. An MIT grad, Tom also mentors upcoming entrepreneurs. For more on SelecTech, visit https://selectech.com/
PR Works Founder Steve Dubin interviews David Sawyer, CEO of Safer Places, who reveals the need for employee and tenant background checks in a changing, unpredictable world. The episode includes some tidbits on the surprising results of background checks, returning furloughed workers and what your social media says about you. For more information on Safer Places, visit https://www.saferplacesinc.com/.
In 21st century America, the concept of the milkman is one that means little or nothing to those younger than Baby Boomers. At Crescent Ridge Dairy the concept is alive and well and still thriving—in addition to the dairy creating some of the world’s best ice cream. In this episode, Mark Parrish delves into the 21st century version of the milkman and more. For more information on Crescent Ridge Dairy, visit https://crescentridge.com/.