Entrepreneur Podcast Network - EPN
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Inspiring & informing entrepreneurs and business owners
||CleanInsight from a Seasoned Business Attorney||Jay Levy, an AV-rated attorney and member of the Florida Bar since 1976, who focuses his practice on litigation of business and commercial disputes appeals joins Enterprise Radio.||3/5/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanBillow Talk: Introducing the Blissful Pillow Designed & Tested for Sleep Deprivation||Marnie Rustemeyer, the Founder and CEO of Billow Global Inc. joins Enterprise Radio. Marnie conceived, designed and created "Billow" following her diagnosis with the BRCA (breast cancer) gene, a mastectomy and subsequent reconstructive surgeries.||3/5/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanForget Leaning In. We Need to Dadprove.||Patrick Riccards, a nationally recognized education policy strategist and award-winning author of Dadprovement joins Enterprise Radio.||3/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanCool Carats, keeping kids cool and safe||Julie Yang the Founder of Cool Carats that provides cooling mechanisms for the summer heat to help keep infants and small children from getting burned and staying cool joins Enterprise Radio.||3/3/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanCovestor Radio: Buying a Second Home||Kimberly Clouse, Covestor's Chief Client Advocate and Advisory Board Chair joins Covestor Radio (Episode 28) to talk about buying a second home.||3/2/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
Nothing like having business advice in your pocket on the go. I would say never leave home without EPN! Your source for business information, inspiration & insight.
Valuable Content in a Concise Format
These seem to be the right length to listen while running errands. Typically 10-12 minutes, there's insight and information from a variety of perspectives. In addition to learning about the topic covered, you discover new companies and products. Conversational tone is like advice you'd receive from a trusted friend.
Good Advice Produced Poorly
100% Blah. I would like to give a "Most Incongruous" award for the music accompanying the intro marketing. Lots of podcasters with tiny budget have figured out how to make shows that do not sound like AM radio playing out of a rusty PBR can. This one should, too. Also, previous review sounds like a shill.