Season Two is bringing extra episodes and new listening choices, together with shorter 10-to-15-minute episodes (or “minisodes”) for listeners who’ve restricted time to take heed to podcasts. We’re additionally now giving listeners a possibility to take part by leaving the That is Small Enterprise crew a voicemail to share their questions or suggestions, with an opportunity to be featured on an episode.
“We have been blown away by listeners’ response to Season One in all That is Small Enterprise, and we’re excited to proceed producing priceless content material that helps present and future entrepreneurs take their enterprise concepts to the following stage,” mentioned Andrea Marquez, host and producer of That is Small Enterprise. “Along with the wonderful Amazon vendor tales and trade specialists who share their recommendation, one in all my favourite issues from Season One was receiving listener feedback and emails with subject recommendations, or telling us how a lot they cherished the present and the way priceless it was for them, since they have been beginning their very own small enterprise.”
This season, That is Small Enterprise has responded to these listeners’ requests by masking extra matters that assist entrepreneurs begin, construct, and develop their small companies, with ideas and insights from small enterprise house owners like Detara Williams from Darlyng & Co., who, together with the previous CEO of Wattpad, Allen Lau, covers alternative ways to fund your small enterprise; and Renee Manzari from Livity Yoga, who talks about setting and reaching objectives with Christina Wallace from the Harvard Enterprise College.
Here is a sneak peek at among the strongest ideas small enterprise house owners share with us on That is Small Enterprise this season: