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Entreprenista

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The Entreprenista Podcast is a weekly show featuring the stories of successful female founders and what it's really like to run a business. Hosted by Stephanie Cartin & Courtney Spritzer, co-founders of Socialfly, a leading social media marketing agency, each episode goes beyond what you see on Instagram and into the nitty-gritty of growing and scaling a company effectively from women who’ve done it. Consider this the most fun business meeting you’ll ever have.

Latest Episodes

Iman Oubou of SWAAY - The New Icons

A scientist and winner of the Miss New York pageant launches a ground-breaking digital publication that harnesses the style and glamour of today’s business-minded woman. Sounds like the premise for a good movie, doesn’t it? The star of that story in real life is Iman Oubou, who noticed gender disparities in business as well as a media bias in the way the modern woman is represented. She launched SWAAY to position these founders as the new icons, providing content and community for them to empower each other. She joins Socialfly co-founder Courtney Spritzer in the MouthMedia Network studio for a conversation about building her business and career, and describes her journey to success. Plus, a surprise and a brainstorm! In this episode: How Iman has worked as a champion of female entrepreneurs and her journey hosting the popular podcast Entrepreneurs En Vogue. How Iman learned a lot as a pageant person, including public speaking, and communication—and how she still uses those skill...

55 MIN6 days ago
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Iman Oubou of SWAAY - The New Icons

Cate Luzio of Luminary - Building a Collaboration Hub for Women

A Luminary is a person who inspires or influences others; a guiding light, an inspiration, a role model and a leader. This word and definition have inspired a collaboration hub for women to develop, network and connect, and used its founder and CEO Cate Luzio’s inspiration for its name. Cate joins Socialfly Co-founder Courtney Spritzer in the MouthMedia Network studios for a conversation about her journey to success and building Luminary from the ground up, along with a surprise and a brainstorm. In this episode: How the name Luminary came to Cate’s attention, and the origins of the business How traveling to China for a tech company resulted in a high-level banking career Why Cate’s global experience catapulted her to opportunities without having a relevant formal education Why one of the biggest turning points in her career was being assigned a buddy to build credibility and use as a sounding board How Cate’s ability to build business and work with multiple stakeholders and par...

58 MIN1 weeks ago
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Cate Luzio of Luminary - Building a Collaboration Hub for Women

Eden Grinshpan - Putting Yourself Out There and Making It Happen

One of the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs is their willingness to put themselves out there and make it happen. Eden Grinshpan is not only the co-founder and executive chef at DEZ, an innovative restaurant concept, but also a celebrity chef and host of Top Chef Canada. She joins Socialfly co-founder Courtney Spritzer in the MouthMedia Network studio for a conversation about building her business and career, and describes her journey to success. Plus, a surprise and a brainstorm! In this episode: How Eden’s obsession with cooking shows in high school turned her from a picky eater into a culinary school all-star What Eden learned about herself while traveling throughout India and Tibet How working at an orphanage in India turned into Eden running their café How some footage Eden shot while running the cafe in India led to meeting with Jon Rosen and getting her foot in the door to start Eden Eats on the Cooking Channel How Eden transitioned from the constant hustle of running a TV show to going into the restaurant business Eden’s experiences opening her first restaurant How the desire to get back in the kitchen and to be part of the contemporary Middle Eastern movement led to pop up kitchens at restaurants in Brooklyn and South Beach How walking past by CHLOE led to connecting with Esquared Hospitality and led to the opening of DEZ (her Middle Eastern fast-casual restaurant in lower Manhattan, with Samantha Wasser) Eden’s partnership with Samantha and how their complementary skills have helped DEZ avoid so many of the pitfalls that many new NYC restaurants struggle with The importance of being a reliable neighborhood restaurant, as well as being a healthy and comfortable extension of your customers’ kitchen Eden’s cookbook, and how that has shaped her workflow while finding time to dedicate to DEZ and shooting Top Chef Canada Why Eden focuses on aesthetics and how food is presented, especially as a fast casual restaurant where presentation is usually not a priority How Eden started #showmeyobelly after putting pizza on her pregnant belly, and the speed with which the hashtag blew up on social media What’s in store for DEZ and the future of the Fireside Chat Series, where influential female entrepreneurs come in to speak with all proceeds going to a charity of the speaker’s choice Eden’s plans to involve her family more in her book, and why she’s hoping to convince her husband to spend more time in front of the camera Plus, a 60 Second Brainstorm on how to keep on schedule, prioritize what’s important and worth your time and effort, and the importance of saying no

58 MIN2 weeks ago
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Eden Grinshpan - Putting Yourself Out There and Making It Happen

Latest Episodes

Iman Oubou of SWAAY - The New Icons

A scientist and winner of the Miss New York pageant launches a ground-breaking digital publication that harnesses the style and glamour of today’s business-minded woman. Sounds like the premise for a good movie, doesn’t it? The star of that story in real life is Iman Oubou, who noticed gender disparities in business as well as a media bias in the way the modern woman is represented. She launched SWAAY to position these founders as the new icons, providing content and community for them to empower each other. She joins Socialfly co-founder Courtney Spritzer in the MouthMedia Network studio for a conversation about building her business and career, and describes her journey to success. Plus, a surprise and a brainstorm! In this episode: How Iman has worked as a champion of female entrepreneurs and her journey hosting the popular podcast Entrepreneurs En Vogue. How Iman learned a lot as a pageant person, including public speaking, and communication—and how she still uses those skill...

55 MIN6 days ago
Comments
Iman Oubou of SWAAY - The New Icons

Cate Luzio of Luminary - Building a Collaboration Hub for Women

A Luminary is a person who inspires or influences others; a guiding light, an inspiration, a role model and a leader. This word and definition have inspired a collaboration hub for women to develop, network and connect, and used its founder and CEO Cate Luzio’s inspiration for its name. Cate joins Socialfly Co-founder Courtney Spritzer in the MouthMedia Network studios for a conversation about her journey to success and building Luminary from the ground up, along with a surprise and a brainstorm. In this episode: How the name Luminary came to Cate’s attention, and the origins of the business How traveling to China for a tech company resulted in a high-level banking career Why Cate’s global experience catapulted her to opportunities without having a relevant formal education Why one of the biggest turning points in her career was being assigned a buddy to build credibility and use as a sounding board How Cate’s ability to build business and work with multiple stakeholders and par...

58 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Cate Luzio of Luminary - Building a Collaboration Hub for Women

Eden Grinshpan - Putting Yourself Out There and Making It Happen

One of the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs is their willingness to put themselves out there and make it happen. Eden Grinshpan is not only the co-founder and executive chef at DEZ, an innovative restaurant concept, but also a celebrity chef and host of Top Chef Canada. She joins Socialfly co-founder Courtney Spritzer in the MouthMedia Network studio for a conversation about building her business and career, and describes her journey to success. Plus, a surprise and a brainstorm! In this episode: How Eden’s obsession with cooking shows in high school turned her from a picky eater into a culinary school all-star What Eden learned about herself while traveling throughout India and Tibet How working at an orphanage in India turned into Eden running their café How some footage Eden shot while running the cafe in India led to meeting with Jon Rosen and getting her foot in the door to start Eden Eats on the Cooking Channel How Eden transitioned from the constant hustle of running a TV show to going into the restaurant business Eden’s experiences opening her first restaurant How the desire to get back in the kitchen and to be part of the contemporary Middle Eastern movement led to pop up kitchens at restaurants in Brooklyn and South Beach How walking past by CHLOE led to connecting with Esquared Hospitality and led to the opening of DEZ (her Middle Eastern fast-casual restaurant in lower Manhattan, with Samantha Wasser) Eden’s partnership with Samantha and how their complementary skills have helped DEZ avoid so many of the pitfalls that many new NYC restaurants struggle with The importance of being a reliable neighborhood restaurant, as well as being a healthy and comfortable extension of your customers’ kitchen Eden’s cookbook, and how that has shaped her workflow while finding time to dedicate to DEZ and shooting Top Chef Canada Why Eden focuses on aesthetics and how food is presented, especially as a fast casual restaurant where presentation is usually not a priority How Eden started #showmeyobelly after putting pizza on her pregnant belly, and the speed with which the hashtag blew up on social media What’s in store for DEZ and the future of the Fireside Chat Series, where influential female entrepreneurs come in to speak with all proceeds going to a charity of the speaker’s choice Eden’s plans to involve her family more in her book, and why she’s hoping to convince her husband to spend more time in front of the camera Plus, a 60 Second Brainstorm on how to keep on schedule, prioritize what’s important and worth your time and effort, and the importance of saying no

58 MIN2 weeks ago
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Eden Grinshpan - Putting Yourself Out There and Making It Happen

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