Starting a business? Get stories from startup founders who have successfully done it themselves! Alex sits down with Brian Lee, serial entrepreneur and co-founder of BAM Ventures. Brian talks about his various companies...LegalZoom, The Honest Company, Shoe Dazzle, and Hollar to name a few! Brian gives advice to aspiring entrepreneurs, "If you are going to be an entrepreneur, do it today." Brian talks about knowing nothing about the shoe business when he started ShoeDazzle, and how knowing nothing about that business was actually one of his biggest advantages when starting a business.
Eden Sassoon, CEO of Eden By Eden Sassoon, talks about running a family business. Eden Sassoon talks about the power of putting positive energy out in the universe.
Mark Lack talks to Ulyses Osuna, CEO of Influencer Press, a company that helps celebrities, influencers and mega brands growth hack their personal or company brand by getting them featured on the worlds biggest publications like Forbes, Inc, Entrepreneur Magazine & more. Ulyses talks about how he got started in the influencer space and gives advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, "don't try to learn everything..."
Alex talks to Rana Lustyan, Founder of Edoughble Cookie Dough, premium eggless cookie dough that is 100% safe to eat. Edoughble offers a fun variety of cookie dough flavors that are edible & handmade. Rana talks about why she started this business and how she overcame the challenge of creating a product that did not exist.
We talk with Shannon Ridley and Jamie Foxx! J Jamie Foxx doesn’t need to be an entrepreneur -- he's already won an Oscar. But like many actors and musicians before him, he’s finding it’s a natural fit.These days, he’s working with former music exec Shannon Ridley to develop the WizPak, a “wearable luxury sound system.” It’s essentially a backpack with built-in speakers -- a nod to the early ‘80s and ‘90s, when it was cool to perch a boombox on your shoulders. At $1,300 a pop, it’s geared more toward celebrities and wealthy types than the average schoolkid.Foxx explains how in terms of being a creative entrepreneur, this is the time to be alive.