Watch The Reality Of Entrepreneurship ft. Dwayne Stephens

We sat down with Dwayne Stephens, a serial entrepreneur and the Program Director of Make Startups in Savannah, to talk about what it looks like to create a VIABLE, LONG-TERM business. Dwayne shared common misconceptions about entrepreneurship, how to determine your target audience, the importance of being flexible as a business owner, developing your why, and more. Watch to learn more!

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How to Become a Domain Investor and Developer ft. Peter Askew

In this Lunchtime Topic, Peter Askew shared how he became a domain investor, started developing dotCOMs, and leverages his domains as assets that bring in revenue. As a full-time, domain developer he’s had websites acquired and has spent the past 16+ years learning about how to acquire, test, and partner with other businesses and organizations on domains to make them lucrative online real estate. Watch or listen to learn his backstory, tips and tricks!

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Finding Top MBA Talent for Your Startup ft. Pedro Gonzalez

Are you in search of talent that will scale your startup? MBA students already have real-world work experience under their belts and in their first year are seeking internships. Pedro Gonzalez is an expert at talent acquisition, talent management, and career mapping for early career and mid-life career stages. He has over 20 years of work experience in the professions of university admissions, MBA career services and corporate talent management.

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The Unnecessary Costs of Credit Card Processing & Why Merchants Should Pay Closer Attention to Their Credit Card Processing Bill ft. Robert Day of weAudit.com

In this Lunchtime Topic, Robert Day (Founder & Managing Partner of weAudit.com), breaks down the unnecessary and unregulated processing costs charged by credit card processors to merchants. He also talks about how a business owner can monitor these costs to save their company up to over $30,000 per year. 

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How to Refresh Your Business Strategy & Achieve Sustainability ft. Lisa Kanda

Do you feel like your business is stalling, and you can’t push through? If you’re an entrepreneur, you’ve probably heard of the cliche term “pivot.” Being an entrepreneur requires producing fresh ideas and changing directions to follow market trends in order to keep your business running and sustainable.

In this Lunchtime Topic, we spoke with Lisa Kanda, who is the founder of Elkay Advisors, on how she has followed the market as well as her skillsets over the past 14 years to refresh and renew her business strategy.

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How to Make Your Business More Environmentally-Conscious & Lessen Its Carbon Footprint ft. Katie Rodgers-Hubbard

Katie Rodgers-Hubbard joined us to chat about how all businesses can become more environmentally friendly and lessen their carbon footprint. Katie is the founder and owner of Lite Foot Company, Georgia’s first refillery. Through her company, Katie aims to make the sustainable lifestyle journey less overwhelming and simpler for others.

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