We welcome 2020 with season 2 Episode 27 of the Don't Call it Small...Business podcast. We start out with updates on Natasha's new books that will be released this year: 2 spirituality books (due in Winter and late Spring) and 1 business book (due in Q4) and a resource for college instructors (slated for June … Continue reading Cash is King But His Brother is Bartering
Episode 25 of our Don't Call It Small...Business podcast features celebrity cake designer, Tracey Wright, the owner of Black Diamond Edible Creations, a licensed and ServSafe Certified Bakery in Atlanta, Georgia. During this episode, Tracey shares her story and how she became a celebrity cake designer. She also shares the fears, struggles, and failures within … Continue reading Let's Talk Sweets With Celebrity Cake Designer, Tracey Wright
As we near the end of the year, we want to give you a sneak peek into the remaining episodes of our Don't Call It Small...Business Podcast. We hope that you will tune in and listen, every Wednesday at 5pm ET (or after 5pm if you miss it and need to listen to the replay) … Continue reading Upcoming Podcast Episodes to Finish The Year Strong!
Did you see it last week? It gave all of us something to talk about before, during, and after Thanksgiving. Tesla and Elon Musk called out Ford. Then a Ford VP sorta challenged Tesla to an apples-to-apples tow battle. It seemed like everyone with a pulse and an opinion chimed in on Twitter last week. … Continue reading We Can't Wait For The Tesla-Ford Tow Battle
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What happens when the world's largest retail conglomerate, LVMH, acquires Tiffany & Co., the U.S. brand that has been emblazoning the hearts of women and emptying the wallets of men since it was made popular in the 1960s movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's"? You have a $16.2 billion marriage, which places the conglomerate at the top … Continue reading Louis and Tiffany: A Marriage Made in Luxury Retail Heaven
As briefly discussed in yesterday's episode of our Don't Call It Small...Business podcast, if this excerpt from the letter sent by Google coFounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, doesn't leave you a little misty-eyed, then you have had way too much coffee today--or you're just too tightly wound: While it has been a tremendous privilege … Continue reading Google CoFounders Realigning Their Roles