Capital Ideas Edmonton
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Capital Ideas fosters the exchange of practical know-how among Edmonton entrepreneurs. We aim to create a marketplace of ideas for seekers and sharers of business expertise. Entrepreneurs make this city go. They have learned a lot in the process of setting up their businesses, and they could always learn more to make their businesses stronger. We aim to unlock that wisdom for the benefit of everyone. The Capital Ideas podcast is recorded live at events either held at the Edmonton Journal or on location in Edmonton, Alberta.
||CleanEpisode 33: Business not as usual||Capital Ideas Edmonton's 52nd panel event was about taking new approaches to old business models. Panelists Derek Hopfner, co-founder of Law Scout, a tech company connecting small business to lawyers, Garret Kruger,||6/16/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 32: Why does company culture matter?||Panelists Matt Aubin, president of Keen Creative, Geha Gonthier, director of Wellness on Whyte and Neil Herbst, co-owner of Alley Kat Brewery speak about their experiences building great teams at the 51st Capital Ideas event on May 18,||5/19/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 31: How do you creatively fund your business?||Panelists Rob de Groot of Red Cup Distillery, Eryne Sarabin, of Tycoon Events and Pawel Brzeminski from Snap Projections discuss how they look to creative places to find the money needed to fund their businesses at the 50th Capital Ideas panel on A||4/21/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 30: How do you do business differently?||Panelists Nicole Campre, CEO and lead designer of Workhall, Dave Forster, president of Adster Creative and Emerson Csorba, director of Gen Y Inc. and adviser on cross-generational engagement and the future of work discuss how they do business differen||3/17/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 29: Finding your following — social media strategies that work||Panelists Ryan Holtz, owner of Ryan Holtz Marketing, Consulting and Training; Marissa Loewen, owner of Marissa Loewen Enterprises Inc. and operator of On The Spot Pop-Ups; and Chris Mikulin, owner of CLYW and digital strategist at Caribou Social discu||2/26/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 28: Is your business ready to launch?||Panelists Robyn'e Garton of Pink Belts Roofing, Arden Tse of Prairie Noodle Shop and Brenda Kerber from The Traveling Tickle Trunk discuss how they navigated the process of launching their businesses at the 47th Capital Ideas panel on Jan. 20,||1/21/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 27: How do you keep your customers coming back for more?||Panelists Sohail "Zee" Zaidi of Remedy Cafe, Jennifer Grimm of Lux Beauty Boutique and Susie Sykes from Catapult Marketing discuss their excellent customer service at the 46th Capital Ideas panel on Dec. 16, 2015 at the Edmonton Journal. -||12/17/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 26: How do you build the best team?||Panelists Poul Mark, founder and owner of Transcend Coffee, Suzan Burtic, president of of Legends Limousine and Jen Salamandick, partner of Kick Point discuss how they built their amazing professional teams at the 45th Capital Ideas event on Nov. 18||11/19/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 25: How do you grow your cash flow?||Panelists Adriel Michaud of Top Draw, Justin Archer of Berlin and Shelly Anderson of Naoka Inc. and In Synch Consulting discuss how they keep their cash flow strong, even in uncertain economic times at the 44th Capital Ideas event on Oct. 21,||10/22/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 24: How to succeed at succession||Laura Brown, owner and vice president of Landale Signs, Scott Stoppler, president and CEO of Executrade and Gordon Wusyk, president of Predictable Futures Inc. discuss how good succession planning is key to their businesses at the 43rd Capital Ideas||9/17/2015||Free||View In iTunes|