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Lively, cutting edge info and tips for today's entrepreneur. Hosted by Justin Krane, learn from other entrepreneurs' success stories and take your business to the next level.

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Online Publishing & Mompreneurs

Raising children and running your own business isn't easy. Ask any parent. So this entrepreneur decided to put her skills to work and help other mompreneurs like herself.Justin interviews Cathy Alessandra, Founder, CEO and Publisher of Alessandra Media Group LLC -- the parent publishing company of What’s Up For Kids and Today’s Innovative Woman magazines.Since 1995, Cathy has published the successful niche magazine, What’s Up For Kids (circulation: 20,000), serving families in Los Angeles for over 17 years. In 2011, she took her expertise in publishing, marketing and business to launch Today’s Innovative Woman (circulation: 10,000), creating a niche publication serving smart, savvy women business owners. Additionally, Cathy hosts the weekly radio show, Innovative Women in Business, interviewing successful women entrepreneurs.Cathy published the #1 Amazon bestseller, Millionaire Moms in the Making, and was awarded the 2012 Leading Moms in Business award by StartUp Nation, the 201...

33 MIN2014 JAN 8
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Online Publishing & Mompreneurs

Need Help With Branding?

What small business couldn't use some help with branding. This entrepreneur used her skills in ad sales, copywriting and design to successfully help other entrepreneurs with their branding goals.Justin interviews Jessica Kupferman, a branding expert who helps small business owners and solopreneurs find their voice, create juicy online products and services, and design their business by their own rules.As a branding and business consultant, Jessica Kupferman been featured on lkr.com, WHYY, SuccessfulWomenTalk, SocialBuzzOnAir and YogipreneurTV. She's also been featured as a pop-culture commentator on TMZ Live!When she's not consulting business owners on creating a great digital presence, you can find her interviewing fascinating lady entrepreneurs for her podcast, Lady Business Radio.Justin Krane is a Certified Financial Planner and the President of Krane Financial Solutions. His savvy approach to financial planning allows clients to unite their money with their lives and business. U...

33 MIN2013 DEC 18
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Need Help With Branding?

Her Design Talent Made Her a Successful Entrepreneur

What happens when a successful graphic designer/art director/mom decides to do something about her daughter's obsession with old boxes?Justin interviews Janette Eusebio Harwell, Founder and Owner of Box Play for Kids, which makes award winning, eco-friendly stickers which turn old boxes into new toys.In 2011, inspired by her 2-year-old's obsession with old boxes and stickers, Janette launched Box Play for Kids whose mission is to promote creative play that stimulates curiosity, enthusiasm and learning in kids. Box Play for Kids won the Eco Choice Award and Bloggers’ Best Award in 2012 at the New York International Gift Fair. And in 2013, won Best New Product in the Toy Category at New York Now.Originally trained in graphic design, Janette began her career as a designer working for Fortune 500 clients. After eight years of creating award-winning identities and package design, she moved to advertising. As an art director, she developed strong conceptual skills working on everything f...

33 MIN2013 DEC 4
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Her Design Talent Made Her a Successful Entrepreneur

Become a Social Entrepreneur

Not sure what social entrepreneurism is? Trying to figure out how your business can increase its bottom line yet support a sustainable economy and/or give back to the community?Justin interviews Deb Nelson, the director of Social Venture Network, an organization that connects, supports and inspires business leaders and social entrepreneurs in expanding practices that build a just and sustainable economy.For the past twelve years, Deb Nelson has been the Executive Director of Social Venture Network (SVN), an organization of 600 business leaders, impact investors and social entrepreneurs who are leveraging the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.Prior to SVN, Deb worked for Working Assets and American Express, and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Cameroon. She has a B.A. in English from Northwestern University and an M.B.A. in marketing and management strategy from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management. When she's not at SVN, Deb enjoys exploring the B...

32 MIN2013 NOV 20
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Become a Social Entrepreneur

Air Travel for Frequent Business Flyers

Do you travel at least once a month for your business? Tired of the lines at the airport? This entrepreneur decided to make life easier for frequent business flyers. Justin interviews Dave Eyerly, co-founder and pilot for Surf Air, a private air travel, members-only service that provides travel between top United States cities. In 2011, Dave and his brother, Eyerly, created a new business model for private air travel, a members-only service. Surf Air was created to build a business service that would introduce the premiere experience of private flying to passengers who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford it. Prior to Surf Air, Dave managed 50 operations and customer relations personnel for Frontier Airlines at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport and also served as a TSA officer.Justin Krane is a Certified Financial Planner and the President of Krane Financial Solutions. His savvy approach to financial planning allows clients to unite their money with their lives and business. Using a uni...

33 MIN2013 NOV 6
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Air Travel for Frequent Business Flyers
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Latest Episodes

Online Publishing & Mompreneurs

Raising children and running your own business isn't easy. Ask any parent. So this entrepreneur decided to put her skills to work and help other mompreneurs like herself.Justin interviews Cathy Alessandra, Founder, CEO and Publisher of Alessandra Media Group LLC -- the parent publishing company of What’s Up For Kids and Today’s Innovative Woman magazines.Since 1995, Cathy has published the successful niche magazine, What’s Up For Kids (circulation: 20,000), serving families in Los Angeles for over 17 years. In 2011, she took her expertise in publishing, marketing and business to launch Today’s Innovative Woman (circulation: 10,000), creating a niche publication serving smart, savvy women business owners. Additionally, Cathy hosts the weekly radio show, Innovative Women in Business, interviewing successful women entrepreneurs.Cathy published the #1 Amazon bestseller, Millionaire Moms in the Making, and was awarded the 2012 Leading Moms in Business award by StartUp Nation, the 201...

33 MIN2014 JAN 8
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Online Publishing & Mompreneurs

Need Help With Branding?

What small business couldn't use some help with branding. This entrepreneur used her skills in ad sales, copywriting and design to successfully help other entrepreneurs with their branding goals.Justin interviews Jessica Kupferman, a branding expert who helps small business owners and solopreneurs find their voice, create juicy online products and services, and design their business by their own rules.As a branding and business consultant, Jessica Kupferman been featured on lkr.com, WHYY, SuccessfulWomenTalk, SocialBuzzOnAir and YogipreneurTV. She's also been featured as a pop-culture commentator on TMZ Live!When she's not consulting business owners on creating a great digital presence, you can find her interviewing fascinating lady entrepreneurs for her podcast, Lady Business Radio.Justin Krane is a Certified Financial Planner and the President of Krane Financial Solutions. His savvy approach to financial planning allows clients to unite their money with their lives and business. U...

33 MIN2013 DEC 18
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Need Help With Branding?

Her Design Talent Made Her a Successful Entrepreneur

What happens when a successful graphic designer/art director/mom decides to do something about her daughter's obsession with old boxes?Justin interviews Janette Eusebio Harwell, Founder and Owner of Box Play for Kids, which makes award winning, eco-friendly stickers which turn old boxes into new toys.In 2011, inspired by her 2-year-old's obsession with old boxes and stickers, Janette launched Box Play for Kids whose mission is to promote creative play that stimulates curiosity, enthusiasm and learning in kids. Box Play for Kids won the Eco Choice Award and Bloggers’ Best Award in 2012 at the New York International Gift Fair. And in 2013, won Best New Product in the Toy Category at New York Now.Originally trained in graphic design, Janette began her career as a designer working for Fortune 500 clients. After eight years of creating award-winning identities and package design, she moved to advertising. As an art director, she developed strong conceptual skills working on everything f...

33 MIN2013 DEC 4
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Her Design Talent Made Her a Successful Entrepreneur

Become a Social Entrepreneur

Not sure what social entrepreneurism is? Trying to figure out how your business can increase its bottom line yet support a sustainable economy and/or give back to the community?Justin interviews Deb Nelson, the director of Social Venture Network, an organization that connects, supports and inspires business leaders and social entrepreneurs in expanding practices that build a just and sustainable economy.For the past twelve years, Deb Nelson has been the Executive Director of Social Venture Network (SVN), an organization of 600 business leaders, impact investors and social entrepreneurs who are leveraging the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.Prior to SVN, Deb worked for Working Assets and American Express, and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Cameroon. She has a B.A. in English from Northwestern University and an M.B.A. in marketing and management strategy from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management. When she's not at SVN, Deb enjoys exploring the B...

32 MIN2013 NOV 20
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Become a Social Entrepreneur

Air Travel for Frequent Business Flyers

Do you travel at least once a month for your business? Tired of the lines at the airport? This entrepreneur decided to make life easier for frequent business flyers. Justin interviews Dave Eyerly, co-founder and pilot for Surf Air, a private air travel, members-only service that provides travel between top United States cities. In 2011, Dave and his brother, Eyerly, created a new business model for private air travel, a members-only service. Surf Air was created to build a business service that would introduce the premiere experience of private flying to passengers who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford it. Prior to Surf Air, Dave managed 50 operations and customer relations personnel for Frontier Airlines at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport and also served as a TSA officer.Justin Krane is a Certified Financial Planner and the President of Krane Financial Solutions. His savvy approach to financial planning allows clients to unite their money with their lives and business. Using a uni...

33 MIN2013 NOV 6
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Air Travel for Frequent Business Flyers
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