We tackle starting from scratch on this episode of the Atlanta Small Business Show. Marc Gorlin, Founder, and CEO of Roadie shares with us the inspiration behind his iconic Atlanta startup. Alpharetta celebrated the ribbon-cutting of its latest co-working space, Digital Ignition, and we take a first look at this brand new facility. Sean Henry, Founder, and CEO of STORD gives us a look inside the mind of a young tech startup founder. And Lara Hodgson of NOW Corp. joins Ted Jenkin on the Atlanta Small Business Profile to discuss starting a FinTech business in the middle of a recession. Lastly, business coach Dave Anderson tells us how we can “get into the zone” and more importantly, stay there…Check it out.
Marc Gorlin, Roadie Founder & CEO Explains What Sets His Entrepreneurial Success Apart From the Rest
Recently in the ASBN studios, we had the pleasure of speaking to one of Atlanta’s titans of tech, Marc Gorlin. Marc is perhaps best known as one of the co-founders of Kabbage, and Founder, and CEO of Roadie. An icon in Atlanta’s startup ecosystem, Marc has created and exited several high profile companies that range from the FinTech space to software, to logistics, which has cemented his legacy as one of the city’s most successful entrepreneurs. Now, with numerous lucrative partnerships, and a recent round of impressive series C funding, Roadie is poised to be every retailer’s go-to logistics solution. Watch Now
Digital Ignition: Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan Celebrates Alpharetta’s Newest Co-Working Space
Recently, ASBN was on-location in Alpharetta, Georgia for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the metro area’s latest co-working space, Digital Ignition. Built for entrepreneurs and emerging tech businesses, Digital Ignition works to provide its members with a stimulating environment full of innovation, creativity, and flexibility. We caught up with a number of the event’s important figures including Lieutenant Governor, Geoff Duncan. Watch Now
How this Atlanta-Based Logistics Startup is Building a Global Distribution Network – Sean Henry, Founder & CEO, STORD
One of the fastest-growing industries in Atlanta, Supply chain logistics is a complex flow of synchronization and teamwork that requires continuous innovative solutions. And with the influx of e-commerce, warehousing and distribution solutions are at the forefront of every retailer’s mind. On today’s show, we sit down with Sean Henry, founder, and CEO of the cutting-edge logistics company, STORD. Sean is also one of Forbes 30 Under 30 and was also named a Global Top 50 Emerging Entrepreneurs by Inc.com. Watch Now
Atlanta Small Business Profile – Lara Hodgson, NOW Corporation
Lara Hodgson, President, and CEO of NOW Corporation joins our host, Ted Jenkin, on this week’s episode of the Atlanta Small Business Profile. They discuss the importance of receivables for small businesses, and how they may play a bigger part in the growth of a business than you might think. Watch Now
Hard Truths: Getting (And Staying) In The Zone
We all have a “zone” in the workplace, a temporary state of heightened focus that enables peak performance. On this week’s episode of Hard Truths, Dave Anderson talks about getting in the zone and staying there. We all have a zone in the workplace. The zone, Dave says, is a temporary state of heightened focus that enables peak performance. Watch Now
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