Cutthroat Business is joined by Mike Peña, Partner at Colliers. We learn about Mike's background (5:00) and the future of growth in the Treasure Valley (10:55). He also educates listeners about the pandemic's impact on growth (12:48). We also asked about multi-family housing as a hot product, as well as industrial growth (15:38). Finally, we asked Mike about his favorite small businesses (23:57).
Cutthroat Business is joined by Phil McGrane, Ada County Clerk and Republican candidate for Idaho's Secretary of State. We ask Phil about his background (3:20) and his impression of the primary election in general (16:23), as well as his own race (20:30). Phil tells us about his vision for the office of the Secretary of State (27:45), and gives advice for anyone considering running for office in the future (38:38). Lastly, we ask him about his favorite local small business (41:07).
Cutthroat Business is joined by Millie Hilgert, owner of Re-Pop! Gifts. Millie tells us about her background and how she started her own store (3:05). We asked Millie what drives her about her business (7:48), and how pop culture inspires her art. She shares some of her favorite films (13:35), as well as advice for other entrepreneurs (17:06). We discuss why moving downtown was a great move for her business (18:57), and finally, she shares some of her favorite local small businesses.
Cutthroat Business is joined by Kevin Bailey, President and CEO of the Idaho Nonprofit Center (INC). Kevin shares his background with us (4:15), as well as the mission of the INC (10:00). He shares the economic impact that nonprofit organizations have in Idaho (10:00) and the four key ways that INC strengthens its membership. We hear about the Idaho Gives campaign and celebrate with Kevin for another successful fundraising event (18:00). Finally, we ask Kevin about his favorite local small businesses (27:20).
Cutthroat Business is joined by Earl Sullivan, Founder and Head Winemaker at Telaya Wine. Earl visits with us about his background (2:27), and his journey from biochemistry to winemaking. He talks about his 5 core values in family and business life (8:27), and his philosophy on customer service (11:23). We ask him why he started a winery in Idaho (16:27), and why he invests in his employees they way he does (26:01). Finally, he tells us about his favorite local small businesses (39:25).
Produced by the Boise Metro Chamber. Music provided by Boise's own, Right Shoes.
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