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The Growth Show

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The Growth Show
The Growth Show

The Growth Show

HubSpot

26
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31
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It’s never been easier to start a business, but it’s even harder to succeed. Each episode explores the inspiring stories behind how people grow a business, an idea, or a movement.

Latest Episodes

How Piera Gelardi is Refining 29Rooms

EPiera Gelardi founded Refinery29 as a catalyst for women to claim their power. And today, she leads a digital media and entertainment empire. Piera talks about the important role her customers play in Refinery29 and 29Rooms, and how being a new mother impacts her creativity.

31 MINMAY 22
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How Piera Gelardi is Refining 29Rooms

Bringing Transparency to Women’s Health

When Kat Schneider set out to raise funding for her company Ritual, she was four months pregnant. And she was given the choice: Start a company. Or start a family. You cannot do both. Kat talks about the early struggles in securing funding, how the mysteries behind vitamins made her launch the company, and why women’s health is essential to the company’s focus.

30 MINMAY 15
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Bringing Transparency to Women’s Health

How The Success of Canned Wine Nearly Cost Its Founder Everything

Ryan Harms and his Union Wine Company were the toast of Oregon. They’d done something so crazy, they figured it was only a matter of time until the novelty wore off. Ryan and his team were responsible for putting wine in a can. And people went crazy for it. But just as things were going well for Ryan and the business, his personal life was falling apart. Ryan shares the mistakes he made along the way, and offers insight into what other first time founders can do to manage their own work/life balance.

26 MINMAY 8
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How The Success of Canned Wine Nearly Cost Its Founder Everything

Hipcamp Is a Breath of Fresh Air. Literally.

Whether you prefer glamping, treehouses, or the trusty old tent, camping is all about getting outside. But navigating the trail to book public or private camping spots is a hassle. So Alyssa Ravasio founded Hipcamp, an online booking site connecting campers with landowners. Alyssa talks about the strength and confidence she found in camping at a young age and the three questions she needed to answer before deciding whether or not to found Hipcamp.

30 MINMAY 1
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Hipcamp Is a Breath of Fresh Air. Literally.

The Platform Revolution Is Here

Uber. Amazon. Airbnb. Today’s top platforms all understand the power of connection. And Geoffrey Parker believes the greatest exchange in value comes from companies that put their customers first. Geoffrey’s latest work, “Platform Revolution: How Networked Markets Are Transforming the Economy and How to Make Them Work for You,” charts out the future of platforms and reveals how they will change the lives and careers of millions.

29 MINAPR 24
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The Platform Revolution Is Here

Taking Care/of Your Health Just Got Easier

Let’s be honest. There’s no such thing as a magic pill. But the vitamin industry sure makes it seem like a miracle cure is right there inside every bottle. Akash Shah co-founded Care/of, a subscription vitamin company, to make personalized healthy habits simple and transparent. He talks about how Care/of generates word of mouth marketing and where companies can build more trust with their customers.

30 MINAPR 17
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Taking Care/of Your Health Just Got Easier

The Case for Cubes: Closing the Door on Open Offices

There’s a new trend in office design. And its common enemy? The open office floor plan. Phone booths that once littered our sidewalks have been given new life inside our modern offices. Producer Matt Brown joins us to break down why so many companies are answering the call to install private rooms in the office.

9 MINAPR 12
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The Case for Cubes: Closing the Door on Open Offices

Brace Yourself, Quip Is Changing Everything About Dental Care

You know the drill. Quick brush in the morning, neglect the afternoon floss, and win your week with a second brush a few nights a week. Changing habits is hard, especially when it comes to dental care. Simon Enever founded Quip to fix oral care. He talks about the role of messaging in the early years, how customers are helping influence new products, and the company’s recent foray into selling offline.

30 MINAPR 10
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Brace Yourself, Quip Is Changing Everything About Dental Care

Finding Humanity in Technology

Artificial Intelligence. Automation. Bots. Technology has disrupted nearly every aspect of our daily lives. But author Kate O’Neill asks the question, are we steering that technology to create the best future, for the most people? In her latest work “Tech Humanist: How Data and Technology Shape the Future of Meaningful Human Experiences,” Kate explores how we can create more meaningful, intentional, and integrated experiences that better align with businesses and people.

30 MINAPR 3
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Finding Humanity in Technology

Outdoor Apparel Doesn’t Have to Be Ugly

E[Mini Episode] Topo Designs president Jedd Rose believes the outdoor apparel design deserves better. And this week, producer Matt Brown helps us unpack how the company designs for urban and outdoor life. Jedd unpacks the company’s design principles and tells us why the best outdoor gear has more to do with memories than fabrics.

9 MINMAR 29
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Outdoor Apparel Doesn’t Have to Be Ugly

Latest Episodes

How Piera Gelardi is Refining 29Rooms

EPiera Gelardi founded Refinery29 as a catalyst for women to claim their power. And today, she leads a digital media and entertainment empire. Piera talks about the important role her customers play in Refinery29 and 29Rooms, and how being a new mother impacts her creativity.

31 MINMAY 22
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How Piera Gelardi is Refining 29Rooms

Bringing Transparency to Women’s Health

When Kat Schneider set out to raise funding for her company Ritual, she was four months pregnant. And she was given the choice: Start a company. Or start a family. You cannot do both. Kat talks about the early struggles in securing funding, how the mysteries behind vitamins made her launch the company, and why women’s health is essential to the company’s focus.

30 MINMAY 15
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Bringing Transparency to Women’s Health

How The Success of Canned Wine Nearly Cost Its Founder Everything

Ryan Harms and his Union Wine Company were the toast of Oregon. They’d done something so crazy, they figured it was only a matter of time until the novelty wore off. Ryan and his team were responsible for putting wine in a can. And people went crazy for it. But just as things were going well for Ryan and the business, his personal life was falling apart. Ryan shares the mistakes he made along the way, and offers insight into what other first time founders can do to manage their own work/life balance.

26 MINMAY 8
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How The Success of Canned Wine Nearly Cost Its Founder Everything

Hipcamp Is a Breath of Fresh Air. Literally.

Whether you prefer glamping, treehouses, or the trusty old tent, camping is all about getting outside. But navigating the trail to book public or private camping spots is a hassle. So Alyssa Ravasio founded Hipcamp, an online booking site connecting campers with landowners. Alyssa talks about the strength and confidence she found in camping at a young age and the three questions she needed to answer before deciding whether or not to found Hipcamp.

30 MINMAY 1
Comments
Hipcamp Is a Breath of Fresh Air. Literally.

The Platform Revolution Is Here

Uber. Amazon. Airbnb. Today’s top platforms all understand the power of connection. And Geoffrey Parker believes the greatest exchange in value comes from companies that put their customers first. Geoffrey’s latest work, “Platform Revolution: How Networked Markets Are Transforming the Economy and How to Make Them Work for You,” charts out the future of platforms and reveals how they will change the lives and careers of millions.

29 MINAPR 24
Comments
The Platform Revolution Is Here

Taking Care/of Your Health Just Got Easier

Let’s be honest. There’s no such thing as a magic pill. But the vitamin industry sure makes it seem like a miracle cure is right there inside every bottle. Akash Shah co-founded Care/of, a subscription vitamin company, to make personalized healthy habits simple and transparent. He talks about how Care/of generates word of mouth marketing and where companies can build more trust with their customers.

30 MINAPR 17
Comments
Taking Care/of Your Health Just Got Easier

The Case for Cubes: Closing the Door on Open Offices

There’s a new trend in office design. And its common enemy? The open office floor plan. Phone booths that once littered our sidewalks have been given new life inside our modern offices. Producer Matt Brown joins us to break down why so many companies are answering the call to install private rooms in the office.

9 MINAPR 12
Comments
The Case for Cubes: Closing the Door on Open Offices

Brace Yourself, Quip Is Changing Everything About Dental Care

You know the drill. Quick brush in the morning, neglect the afternoon floss, and win your week with a second brush a few nights a week. Changing habits is hard, especially when it comes to dental care. Simon Enever founded Quip to fix oral care. He talks about the role of messaging in the early years, how customers are helping influence new products, and the company’s recent foray into selling offline.

30 MINAPR 10
Comments
Brace Yourself, Quip Is Changing Everything About Dental Care

Finding Humanity in Technology

Artificial Intelligence. Automation. Bots. Technology has disrupted nearly every aspect of our daily lives. But author Kate O’Neill asks the question, are we steering that technology to create the best future, for the most people? In her latest work “Tech Humanist: How Data and Technology Shape the Future of Meaningful Human Experiences,” Kate explores how we can create more meaningful, intentional, and integrated experiences that better align with businesses and people.

30 MINAPR 3
Comments
Finding Humanity in Technology

Outdoor Apparel Doesn’t Have to Be Ugly

E[Mini Episode] Topo Designs president Jedd Rose believes the outdoor apparel design deserves better. And this week, producer Matt Brown helps us unpack how the company designs for urban and outdoor life. Jedd unpacks the company’s design principles and tells us why the best outdoor gear has more to do with memories than fabrics.

9 MINMAR 29
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Outdoor Apparel Doesn’t Have to Be Ugly