Small Biz Buzz, by Keap
Summary: Keap’s new podcast is back and better than ever! Join the hosts of Small Biz Buzz every week as they discuss what it takes to experience success in getting a small business off the ground. Starting a business can be daunting, but you don’t have to go it alone. Join Keap’s hosts and special guests for an open and real conversation about what it takes to achieve the business growth that will help your company gain a good reputation and establish a steady stream of customers. The show will feature experts that will share triumphs, failures, and lessons learned in their journey from struggling entrepreneurs to successful business owners. This podcast is dedicated to the brave, passionate professionals leading the charge for small business success everywhere in the world. Tune in every week wherever you listen to podcasts.
Clate Mask, Keap’s CEO, joins Small Biz Buzz to talk about the mindset of entrepreneurs versus small business owners and how having grit can get you through the hard times.
Paige Clark, Keap’s Corporate Communications Specialist, joins Small Biz Buzz to talk about utilizing the small business aspect in local marketing when it comes to social media.
Kristen Boss, a business coach geared toward women entrepreneurs, joins Small Biz Buzz to discuss the challenges business owners face to make their first $100K, how to sell confidently and know when it’s time to pivot.
Jason Komosa, chief business officer at BlackCart and mental coach, joins Small Biz Buzz to discuss the importance of maintaining a work-life balance mentality when things hit the fan, especially while we’re all working through COVID-19.
Ramon Ray, the founder of SmartHustle.com, joins Small Biz Buzz to discuss how to build a community around your small business in which you can actively engage with customers and see more growth.
Small Biz Buzz welcomes Amber Anderson, owner of Tote + Pears, to discuss how to market to an underserved audience with the appropriate ads, in this case, women and their families.
Small Biz Buzz welcomes back Pam Slim, owner of Main Street Learning Lab, to talk about how little marketing actions make it easier to take action in your small business.
Small Biz Buzz welcomes Jeremy Ryan Slate, who's the founder of Create Your Own Life podcast, to talk about how your small business can compete with big brands without breaking the budget.
The hosts of Worst Business Ideas in History discuss the movie Foodfight! and what a colossal failure it was after its release in theaters.
Small Biz Buzz welcomes Melody Lewis and Turquoise Devereaux of the IndigenousCC to talk about the importance of having diversity in your small business.
In this episode of Worst Business Ideas in History, the hosts break down what went wrong with the release of the Atari Jaguar.
Ronnie and Lamar Tyler of Tyler New Media join Small Biz Buzz to discuss the role of diversity in entrepreneurship and how small business owners can support each other through allyship in their respective communities.
Don Capparella, the CEO of Quality Travel Solutions, joins Small Biz Buzz to discuss how he adapted his travel agency through the hardships of COVID-19 when the travel industry took a major hit.
Small Biz Buzz hosts Crystal Heuft and Scott Martineau welcome Josh Collins, who works for an agency called Streetsense, is a TEDx alum, a speaker, and an expert in experience architecture. He will be discussing how he helps businesses design and create by leveraging experience as a strategy.
Small Biz Buzz hosts Crystal Heuft and Derek Harju welcome Kristin Rowan, the director of marketing and public relations and sales for Square Egg Entertainment, the parent company for Phoenix Fan Fusion, who discusses how to pivot and adjust when a large-scale event suddenly faces an emergency.