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Latest Episodes

Interview: Manuel Zeitlin, Manuel Zeitlin Architects

In this months episode, we talk with Manuel Zeitlin, founder of Manuel Zeitlin Architects, also known as MZA, and Zeitgeist Art Gallery. In the episode we discuss Manuel's career trajectory and his style of entrepreneurship and doing business. Manuel also shares some insights on recent travels and places of inspiration. To follow Manuel’s whereabouts follow him on instagram at @manuelzeitlin. MZA and Zeitgeist also can be found on instagram at @manuelzeitlinarchitects and @zeitgeistgallery.

74 min2019 SEP 1
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Interview: Manuel Zeitlin, Manuel Zeitlin Architects

Interview: Robert Darwell, The Daily Server

In August’s episode we talk with Robert Darwell. Robert is an Entertainment Lawyer, whose career has consisted of working on hundreds of motion pictures and television productions. Robert has worked on cases involving Comcast and Disney, and today he serves as Chair of the Entertainment, Technology and Advertising practice at his law firm in LA. Outside of his day job Robert may be found in the DJ booth or taking photos for his popular Instagram feed @TheDailyServer, which is how New in Nashville discovered him. Robert is an extremely dynamic individual and conversing with him is always a pleasure. If you are interested in Law, International Travel, Music, or Craft Cocktail Culture, you will find this episode fascinating.

34 min2019 AUG 1
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Interview: Robert Darwell, The Daily Server

Interview: Stephen Glicken, Project Admission

In June’s episode, we interview Stephen Glicken, Founder and CEO of Nashville based Project Admission. Prior to starting Project Admission Stephen helped grow a company that was purchased by Songkick. Stephen has spent his career living and traveling across various continents. Now he is working on building an improved experience for the buying, selling, and distribution of digital tickets to increase data and revenue. By tracking a ticket’s chain of ownership and expanding distribution Project Admission opens up revenue, marketing, and data collection opportunities, and creates an interest graph that goes beyond event attendees. In the episode we discuss why Stephen chose Nashville for Project Admissions HQ, how he stays on top of things amongst all the travel, and what his plans are for the future. If you are involved or are interested in the technology or entertainment space in Nashville, you will find this month’s episode intriguing.

33 min2019 JUL 1
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Interview: Stephen Glicken, Project Admission

Interview: Dr. Cary Gannon, AILA Cosmetics

In May’s episode we talk with Dr. Cary Gannon. Cary is a Board Certified Podiatrist and the founder of Aila cosmetics. Aila was inspired by a desire to provide beautifully curated nail colors without compromising function or nail health. Cary has a passion for being cognizant of what people put in and on their bodies. Her scientific research background and perspective has given her the credibility to lead and grow a natural nail polish brand. Some of our favorite retailers that carry Aila include Keep Shoppe, Poppy & Monroe, and The Cosmetic Market. Be sure to follow Cary on instagram @drcarygannon and @ailacosmetics.

41 min2019 MAY 27
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Interview: Dr. Cary Gannon, AILA Cosmetics

Interview: Kalee Barbis, Blyth-Templeton Academy

In April’s episode we talk with Kalee Barbis. Kalee is the head of school at Blyth-Templeton. Her responsibilities for Blyth-Templeton model the responsibilities of the CEO of a startup. In our conversation she discusses her background in experiential and innovative education. We also discuss Blyth- Templeton’s unique model and how it fits into the Nashville education landscape. If you are an urban living proponent or you are looking for a specialized education option for your family, you’ll find this episode enlightening and informative. To learn more about Blyth-Templeton visit their website at https://www.blythtempleton.org/

48 min2019 APR 22
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Interview: Kalee Barbis, Blyth-Templeton Academy

Interview: Libby Callaway, The Callaway

In March’s episode we talk with Libby Callaway. Libby is founder of Nashville based, The Callaway. Libby has years of experience developing relationships and working with the fashion brands we all love. We discuss Libby’s network, services, and her work-life integration lifestyle. Libby gives us insight into her career path, sharing characteristics that have contributed to her success. Be sure to follow Libby and her whereabouts at @the_callaway and @libbycallaway1970.

71 min2019 MAR 31
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Interview: Libby Callaway, The Callaway

Interview: Jon Howard, Avvay

In February’s episode we sit down to discuss Avvay, with co founder Jon Howard. Avvay has been coined as “the airbnb for creatives”. It is a platform that serves as a resource to help photographers, musicians, filmmakers, dancers, artists, and event planners find and book inspirational locations. Prior to founding Avvay, Jon spent nearly 15 years on the road as a musician, the last 7 as a guitarist for Paramore. While producing a record on tour in uninspiring hotel rooms, he realized the need for AVVAY.com. In the interview we discuss the fundraising process, operating and developing a digital platform that involves physical spaces cross country, and how he has managed to obtain and retain such a passionate and talented team. Be sure to follow along with Avvay as they roll out new cities and platforms @avvayhq.

39 min2019 FEB 18
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Interview: Jon Howard, Avvay

Interview: Hannah Schneider, Kettner Coffee Supply and Hannah Schneider Creative

In our first episode of 2019, we talk with Hannah Schneider, founder of Hannah Schneider Creative, founding member of Egg Shop in NYC, and owner of soon to open Kettner Coffee Supply. In the interview we discuss Hannah’s experience living and working in F&B in San Diego, New York City, and Nashville. We also discuss Hannah’s journey towards and and her success in entrepreneurship. Furthermore we discuss how she balances her various ventures and her top recommendations in different restaurant and hospitality categories for the three cities she travels between. Last but not least, Hannah gives advice to listeners who want to get into PR, the hospitality world, or start their own venture. Be sure to follow Hannah and her ventures at @_hellohsc, @teamhsc and @kettnercoffeesupply.

44 min2019 JAN 27
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Interview: Hannah Schneider, Kettner Coffee Supply and Hannah Schneider Creative

Interview: Lily Clayton Hansen, Word of Mouth Conversations

In December, we chat with Lily Clayton Hansen, founder of Word of Mouth Conversations. In the interview, we discuss why Lily moved to Nashville from Chicago and how she translated her journalism background into creating her own brand. We also discuss opportunities that have arisen out of Lily’s book success. Examples include an exhibit in the Nashville airport and producing a book for HCA’s 50th Anniversary. Furthermore, we look to Lily’s future and discuss endeavors she is looking forward to pursuing in 2019. You can follow Lily @lilychansen and learn more about her books at: http://wordofmouthconversations.com/

50 min2018 DEC 3
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Interview: Lily Clayton Hansen, Word of Mouth Conversations

Interview: Disney Petit, Postmates

November’s interview is with Disney Petit, co-creator of the Postmates Civic Labs team. In the interview, we discuss why Postmates chose Nashville to open their largest office. Disney also passionately educates us on the opportunity tech companies have to build community oriented tech on top of their existing infrastructures and how easy, inexpensive, and beneficial it is to start a volunteer program. Disney sheds light on the Nashville tech scene and the collaborative nature of Silicon Valley companies who have planted a flag here, such as Lyft, Eventbrite, and Houzz.

73 min2018 NOV 26
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Interview: Disney Petit, Postmates

Latest Episodes

Interview: Manuel Zeitlin, Manuel Zeitlin Architects

In this months episode, we talk with Manuel Zeitlin, founder of Manuel Zeitlin Architects, also known as MZA, and Zeitgeist Art Gallery. In the episode we discuss Manuel's career trajectory and his style of entrepreneurship and doing business. Manuel also shares some insights on recent travels and places of inspiration. To follow Manuel’s whereabouts follow him on instagram at @manuelzeitlin. MZA and Zeitgeist also can be found on instagram at @manuelzeitlinarchitects and @zeitgeistgallery.

74 min2019 SEP 1
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Interview: Manuel Zeitlin, Manuel Zeitlin Architects

Interview: Robert Darwell, The Daily Server

In August’s episode we talk with Robert Darwell. Robert is an Entertainment Lawyer, whose career has consisted of working on hundreds of motion pictures and television productions. Robert has worked on cases involving Comcast and Disney, and today he serves as Chair of the Entertainment, Technology and Advertising practice at his law firm in LA. Outside of his day job Robert may be found in the DJ booth or taking photos for his popular Instagram feed @TheDailyServer, which is how New in Nashville discovered him. Robert is an extremely dynamic individual and conversing with him is always a pleasure. If you are interested in Law, International Travel, Music, or Craft Cocktail Culture, you will find this episode fascinating.

34 min2019 AUG 1
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Interview: Robert Darwell, The Daily Server

Interview: Stephen Glicken, Project Admission

In June’s episode, we interview Stephen Glicken, Founder and CEO of Nashville based Project Admission. Prior to starting Project Admission Stephen helped grow a company that was purchased by Songkick. Stephen has spent his career living and traveling across various continents. Now he is working on building an improved experience for the buying, selling, and distribution of digital tickets to increase data and revenue. By tracking a ticket’s chain of ownership and expanding distribution Project Admission opens up revenue, marketing, and data collection opportunities, and creates an interest graph that goes beyond event attendees. In the episode we discuss why Stephen chose Nashville for Project Admissions HQ, how he stays on top of things amongst all the travel, and what his plans are for the future. If you are involved or are interested in the technology or entertainment space in Nashville, you will find this month’s episode intriguing.

33 min2019 JUL 1
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Interview: Stephen Glicken, Project Admission

Interview: Dr. Cary Gannon, AILA Cosmetics

In May’s episode we talk with Dr. Cary Gannon. Cary is a Board Certified Podiatrist and the founder of Aila cosmetics. Aila was inspired by a desire to provide beautifully curated nail colors without compromising function or nail health. Cary has a passion for being cognizant of what people put in and on their bodies. Her scientific research background and perspective has given her the credibility to lead and grow a natural nail polish brand. Some of our favorite retailers that carry Aila include Keep Shoppe, Poppy & Monroe, and The Cosmetic Market. Be sure to follow Cary on instagram @drcarygannon and @ailacosmetics.

41 min2019 MAY 27
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Interview: Dr. Cary Gannon, AILA Cosmetics

Interview: Kalee Barbis, Blyth-Templeton Academy

In April’s episode we talk with Kalee Barbis. Kalee is the head of school at Blyth-Templeton. Her responsibilities for Blyth-Templeton model the responsibilities of the CEO of a startup. In our conversation she discusses her background in experiential and innovative education. We also discuss Blyth- Templeton’s unique model and how it fits into the Nashville education landscape. If you are an urban living proponent or you are looking for a specialized education option for your family, you’ll find this episode enlightening and informative. To learn more about Blyth-Templeton visit their website at https://www.blythtempleton.org/

48 min2019 APR 22
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Interview: Kalee Barbis, Blyth-Templeton Academy

Interview: Libby Callaway, The Callaway

In March’s episode we talk with Libby Callaway. Libby is founder of Nashville based, The Callaway. Libby has years of experience developing relationships and working with the fashion brands we all love. We discuss Libby’s network, services, and her work-life integration lifestyle. Libby gives us insight into her career path, sharing characteristics that have contributed to her success. Be sure to follow Libby and her whereabouts at @the_callaway and @libbycallaway1970.

71 min2019 MAR 31
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Interview: Libby Callaway, The Callaway

Interview: Jon Howard, Avvay

In February’s episode we sit down to discuss Avvay, with co founder Jon Howard. Avvay has been coined as “the airbnb for creatives”. It is a platform that serves as a resource to help photographers, musicians, filmmakers, dancers, artists, and event planners find and book inspirational locations. Prior to founding Avvay, Jon spent nearly 15 years on the road as a musician, the last 7 as a guitarist for Paramore. While producing a record on tour in uninspiring hotel rooms, he realized the need for AVVAY.com. In the interview we discuss the fundraising process, operating and developing a digital platform that involves physical spaces cross country, and how he has managed to obtain and retain such a passionate and talented team. Be sure to follow along with Avvay as they roll out new cities and platforms @avvayhq.

39 min2019 FEB 18
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Interview: Jon Howard, Avvay

Interview: Hannah Schneider, Kettner Coffee Supply and Hannah Schneider Creative

In our first episode of 2019, we talk with Hannah Schneider, founder of Hannah Schneider Creative, founding member of Egg Shop in NYC, and owner of soon to open Kettner Coffee Supply. In the interview we discuss Hannah’s experience living and working in F&B in San Diego, New York City, and Nashville. We also discuss Hannah’s journey towards and and her success in entrepreneurship. Furthermore we discuss how she balances her various ventures and her top recommendations in different restaurant and hospitality categories for the three cities she travels between. Last but not least, Hannah gives advice to listeners who want to get into PR, the hospitality world, or start their own venture. Be sure to follow Hannah and her ventures at @_hellohsc, @teamhsc and @kettnercoffeesupply.

44 min2019 JAN 27
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Interview: Hannah Schneider, Kettner Coffee Supply and Hannah Schneider Creative

Interview: Lily Clayton Hansen, Word of Mouth Conversations

In December, we chat with Lily Clayton Hansen, founder of Word of Mouth Conversations. In the interview, we discuss why Lily moved to Nashville from Chicago and how she translated her journalism background into creating her own brand. We also discuss opportunities that have arisen out of Lily’s book success. Examples include an exhibit in the Nashville airport and producing a book for HCA’s 50th Anniversary. Furthermore, we look to Lily’s future and discuss endeavors she is looking forward to pursuing in 2019. You can follow Lily @lilychansen and learn more about her books at: http://wordofmouthconversations.com/

50 min2018 DEC 3
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Interview: Lily Clayton Hansen, Word of Mouth Conversations

Interview: Disney Petit, Postmates

November’s interview is with Disney Petit, co-creator of the Postmates Civic Labs team. In the interview, we discuss why Postmates chose Nashville to open their largest office. Disney also passionately educates us on the opportunity tech companies have to build community oriented tech on top of their existing infrastructures and how easy, inexpensive, and beneficial it is to start a volunteer program. Disney sheds light on the Nashville tech scene and the collaborative nature of Silicon Valley companies who have planted a flag here, such as Lyft, Eventbrite, and Houzz.

73 min2018 NOV 26
Comments
Interview: Disney Petit, Postmates
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