We started this project fairly recently and have some content recorded that we have been editing before we officially launch that features a wide variety of entrepreneurs discussing their lives, their businesses - the successes and failures - and the struggles that everyday entrepreneurs experience.
But in light of the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic, and its effect on entrepreneurs and small businesses around the world (and the fact that we're basically locked in our homes as we all should be for the foreseeable future), we thought it best to record some episodes as often as we can from the perspective of us, the hosts of the podcast, as we deal with trying to run our small businesses in a time of a crisis. And we rope in other entrepreneurs and experts that we think can help listeners through this disaster.
We don't really have any expectations for this. And our hope is that you can hear something that's helpful to you, makes you want to support small businesses, or at the very least, maybe you can send some small businesses in your area some appreciation for what they have provided to you. Because there are going to be some that won't survive this, and your words of encouragement would probably go a long way. They certainly would for us.
SPECIAL CORONAVIRUS SERIES
Listen to the PREVIEW episode, short QUARANTALES, and WEEKLY ROUNDUPS here
Travis is a partner in Positive Approach Group, which focuses on the event industry. We discuss the impact on the industry and SBA disaster loans on this episode.
T. Cory Lewis
Inc 500 CEO
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Tiffany is the award-winning Director of the Small Business Center in North Carolina, and we discuss financial assistance and helpful resources available to businesses.
Steve is the managing partner and chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group. He tells us what we need to know about new federal legislation for employers.
Rep. Joe Sam Queen
Joe Sam discusses the challenges for entrepreneurs and families during the pandemic and opportunities and improvements that may come out of it.
Today, we talk with Brad Waldrop who is the Managing Partner of a HVAC and plumbing company about the challenges facing his industry amid the pandemic.