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Atlanta Small Business Network is your source for business news, information, expert opinions, best practices, and event coverage. From start-up to success, we are your go-to resource for small business in Atlanta, Georgia.https://www.myasbn.comContact us: Info@myasbn.com

Latest Episodes

This Local Company Started From the Core Belief That Humanity Finds Purpose Through Generosity

On today’s edition of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Blake Canterbury, Founder of Purposity, an Atlanta-based not-for-profit that allows its users to connect with members of their community who are in need. Blake and Purposity have been featured in Forbes, People Magazine, the AJC, on The Today Show, and the TEDx stage. The story of Purposity begin when Blake, at the time, was working for an agency in Atlanta and received an email from a homeless liaison asking if he could help develop a tech solution to help children in need at a local school. He did and his first attempt was successful. At that, he realized that there was a problem that needed to be solved and not just for that one school. After conducting research, Blake knew he was on to something and Purposity came to life. Purposity works in the form of an app that can be download readily by anyone wanting to help. As described on their website, Purposity comes from the core belief that humanity finds purpose through generosity. School systems and non-profits in local communities inform Blake and his team of needs in their area. They spread the word to individuals near them who are willing to help. They click a link, see the need, and make a difference for someone in their community. It may be the family next door who lost their home in a fire or the child down the street who you didn’t know needed school supplies. In this segment Jim dives into the startup and continued growth of Purposity with Blake. Tune-in to find out where the company is today, why they choose to develop this as an app, community support they received in their startup, did they secure any funding and where that came from, the impact COVID-19 has had on the company, plans for the future, and to wrap things up, where Blake finds his passion that propels Purposity forward. https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-headlines/this-local-company-started-from-the-core-belief-that-humanity-finds-purpose-through-generosity/

13 minJUL 29
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This Local Company Started From the Core Belief That Humanity Finds Purpose Through Generosity

How a Shared Love of Beer Led This Couple To Launch Their Own Business in Atlanta

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Kristen and Ed Sumpter owners of Red’s Beer Garden which is nestled between Grant Park and East Atlanta. Red’s Beer Garden is the first of its kind in Benteen Park, Atlanta*. Their self-serve refrigerators and draft taps boast more than 300 beers ranging from local brews to domestic classics. You simply choose your beverage of choose and enjoy it in their backyard garden complete with picnic tables and heaters for those cooler months. Not to mention their menu of snacks and gourmet hot dogs to keep you well feed while you day drink. Kristen, aka ‘Red’, and Ed envisioned Red’s several years ago when they lived in Wilmington, North Carolina. The couple loved local spots showcasing beer in self-serve coolers. Tune-in to hear more from Kristen and Ed and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/how-a-shared-love-of-beer-led-this-couple-to-launch-their-own-...

12 minJUN 26
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How a Shared Love of Beer Led This Couple To Launch Their Own Business in Atlanta

Building Confidence and Taking Risks in Business: A Lesson From Olympic Gold Medalist Nikki Stone

Today on The Atlanta Small Business Network we’re pleased to welcome Olympic gold medalist Nikki Stone. Nikki was America’s first-ever Olympic Champion in inverted aerial skiing at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan. She is an acclaimed motivational speaker and the Amazon best-selling author of “When Turtles Fly: Secrets of Successful People Who Know How to Stick Their Necks Out.” Tune-in to hear more from Nikki and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-headlines/building-confidence-and-taking-risks-in-business-a-lesson-from-olympic-gold-medalist-nikki-stone/

14 minJUN 26
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Building Confidence and Taking Risks in Business: A Lesson From Olympic Gold Medalist Nikki Stone

How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way We Do Business – Patrick Schwerdtfeger, Business Futurist

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome back Patrick Schwerdtfeger who is a business futurist, motivational speaker, and author of Author of Anarchy, Inc.: Profiting in a Decentralized World with Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. In today’s segment, Jim and Patrick discuss Patrick’s new book, opportunities that the pandemic has created for business, trends in people management, remote working, and industries that will thrive in the next couple years. Tune-in to hear more from Patrick and please let us know your comments in the section below. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/how-the-pandemic-has-changed-the-way-we-do-business-patrick-schwerdtfeger-business-futurist/

12 minJUN 23
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How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way We Do Business – Patrick Schwerdtfeger, Business Futurist

How to Combat Racism in Your Workplace – Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome psychologist, author and entrepreneur, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. Dr. Tomas has written 10 books including his latest, Why do so many incompetent men become leaders? and The Talent Delusion: Why Data, Not Intuition, Is the Key to Unlocking Human Potential and over 150 scientific papers on the psychology of talent, leadership, innovation, and AI. He is currently the Chief Talent Scientist at Manpower Group, co-founder of Deeper Signals and Metaprofiling, and Professor of Business Psychology at University College London and Columbia University. Dr. Tomas joins ASBN today to talk about an article he wrote that was recently published on HBR.com titled, How To Combat Racism At Work: No human environment will ever be prejudice-free, but humane organizations can do a great deal to reduce workplace discrimination, including racism. To get a better understanding of the topic at hand, we asked Dr. Tomas to clarify how prejudi...

24 minJUN 23
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How to Combat Racism in Your Workplace – Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

The Atlanta Small Business Show on CBS46 and Peachtree TV: Episode 47 – [6.05.20]

On this week’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we kick things off with reality star and philanthropist, Tanya Sam. Next up, we have a thought provoking chat on the importance of building relationships in the workplace with expert Shasta Nelson. Following Shasta, we welcome back author of the best selling book, The Crisis Turnaround and CEO of Atlanta based Dragon Army, Jeff Hilimire. We then speak with President of Motivation Works, Dan Thurmon, who tells us how to shatter self-imposed limitations and thrive in business. Last but not least, a preview of this past week’s Atlanta Small Business Profile with Ted Jenkin where Ted interviews Derek Griffin, CEO of Speartek. You don’t want to miss this one! Want your business featured on The Atlanta Small Business Show? Tell us your story! And if you would like to advertise with ASBN, give us a call at 770-954-8609 or email us at sales@myasbn.com. https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-shows/atlanta-small-business-show/the-at...

28 minJUN 23
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The Atlanta Small Business Show on CBS46 and Peachtree TV: Episode 47 – [6.05.20]

7 Steps to Your Inevitable Business Recovery – Beate Chelette, Growth Architect

On today’s edition of The Atlanta Small Business Show, Jim welcomes back Beate Chelette, the author of the #1 international Amazon Bestseller “Happy Woman Happy World – How to Go From Overwhelmed to Awesome”. She has been named one of fifty must-follow women entrepreneurs by the Huffington Post, and sold her first venture to the one and only Bill Gates. Beate is here today to discuss the steps you should take now for an inevitable recovery. Click on the infographic below for more information. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/7-steps-to-your-inevitable-business-recovery-beate-chelette-growth-architect-and-bestselling-author/

13 minJUN 23
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7 Steps to Your Inevitable Business Recovery – Beate Chelette, Growth Architect

What You Won’t Learn in Business School About Starting a Business – Rizwan Virk

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Rizwan Virk. Rizwan is the author of Startup Myths and Models: What You Won’t Learn in Business School. He is also a successful entrepreneur, video game pioneer, and venture capitalist and founder of the startup accelerator Play Labs @ MIT. Rizwan joins ASBN today to discuss about his new book, Startup Myths and Models as well as his own entrepreneurial journey. Tune-in to hear more from Rizwan on this topic and please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/what-you-wont-learn-in-business-school-about-starting-a-business-rizwan-verk-author-of-startup-myths-and-models/

22 minJUN 23
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What You Won’t Learn in Business School About Starting a Business – Rizwan Virk

Why Ed Trimble Launched GeorgiaALIVE to Tackle our State’s Greatest Needs During the Pandemic Crisis

On today’s edition of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we welcome Ed Trimble, Founder of GeorgiaALIVE, a central source for COVID-19 reporting and protective equipment exchange. Tune-in to hear more from Ed and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/why-ed-trimble-launched-georgiaalive-to-tackle-our-states-greatest-needs-during-the-pandemic-crisis/

12 minJUN 23
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Why Ed Trimble Launched GeorgiaALIVE to Tackle our State’s Greatest Needs During the Pandemic Crisis

Adapting Your Customer Experience For a Post-COVID World – Joseph Michelli

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we’re pleased to welcome back our good friend and contributor Joseph Michelli. Joseph is a New York Times best-selling author of various books including, “The Airbnb Way: 5 Leadership Lessons for Igniting Growth through Loyalty, Community, and Belonging” as well as a sought-after customer experience expert. In this segment, Jim and Joseph talk about what your customer experience strategy should look like post COVID-19. Tune-in to hear more from Joseph and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-shows/atlanta-small-business-show/adapting-your-customer-experience-for-a-post-covid-world-joseph-michelli-best-selling-author/

14 minJUN 11
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Adapting Your Customer Experience For a Post-COVID World – Joseph Michelli

Latest Episodes

This Local Company Started From the Core Belief That Humanity Finds Purpose Through Generosity

On today’s edition of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Blake Canterbury, Founder of Purposity, an Atlanta-based not-for-profit that allows its users to connect with members of their community who are in need. Blake and Purposity have been featured in Forbes, People Magazine, the AJC, on The Today Show, and the TEDx stage. The story of Purposity begin when Blake, at the time, was working for an agency in Atlanta and received an email from a homeless liaison asking if he could help develop a tech solution to help children in need at a local school. He did and his first attempt was successful. At that, he realized that there was a problem that needed to be solved and not just for that one school. After conducting research, Blake knew he was on to something and Purposity came to life. Purposity works in the form of an app that can be download readily by anyone wanting to help. As described on their website, Purposity comes from the core belief that humanity finds purpose through generosity. School systems and non-profits in local communities inform Blake and his team of needs in their area. They spread the word to individuals near them who are willing to help. They click a link, see the need, and make a difference for someone in their community. It may be the family next door who lost their home in a fire or the child down the street who you didn’t know needed school supplies. In this segment Jim dives into the startup and continued growth of Purposity with Blake. Tune-in to find out where the company is today, why they choose to develop this as an app, community support they received in their startup, did they secure any funding and where that came from, the impact COVID-19 has had on the company, plans for the future, and to wrap things up, where Blake finds his passion that propels Purposity forward. https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-headlines/this-local-company-started-from-the-core-belief-that-humanity-finds-purpose-through-generosity/

13 minJUL 29
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This Local Company Started From the Core Belief That Humanity Finds Purpose Through Generosity

How a Shared Love of Beer Led This Couple To Launch Their Own Business in Atlanta

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Kristen and Ed Sumpter owners of Red’s Beer Garden which is nestled between Grant Park and East Atlanta. Red’s Beer Garden is the first of its kind in Benteen Park, Atlanta*. Their self-serve refrigerators and draft taps boast more than 300 beers ranging from local brews to domestic classics. You simply choose your beverage of choose and enjoy it in their backyard garden complete with picnic tables and heaters for those cooler months. Not to mention their menu of snacks and gourmet hot dogs to keep you well feed while you day drink. Kristen, aka ‘Red’, and Ed envisioned Red’s several years ago when they lived in Wilmington, North Carolina. The couple loved local spots showcasing beer in self-serve coolers. Tune-in to hear more from Kristen and Ed and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/how-a-shared-love-of-beer-led-this-couple-to-launch-their-own-...

12 minJUN 26
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How a Shared Love of Beer Led This Couple To Launch Their Own Business in Atlanta

Building Confidence and Taking Risks in Business: A Lesson From Olympic Gold Medalist Nikki Stone

Today on The Atlanta Small Business Network we’re pleased to welcome Olympic gold medalist Nikki Stone. Nikki was America’s first-ever Olympic Champion in inverted aerial skiing at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan. She is an acclaimed motivational speaker and the Amazon best-selling author of “When Turtles Fly: Secrets of Successful People Who Know How to Stick Their Necks Out.” Tune-in to hear more from Nikki and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-headlines/building-confidence-and-taking-risks-in-business-a-lesson-from-olympic-gold-medalist-nikki-stone/

14 minJUN 26
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Building Confidence and Taking Risks in Business: A Lesson From Olympic Gold Medalist Nikki Stone

How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way We Do Business – Patrick Schwerdtfeger, Business Futurist

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome back Patrick Schwerdtfeger who is a business futurist, motivational speaker, and author of Author of Anarchy, Inc.: Profiting in a Decentralized World with Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. In today’s segment, Jim and Patrick discuss Patrick’s new book, opportunities that the pandemic has created for business, trends in people management, remote working, and industries that will thrive in the next couple years. Tune-in to hear more from Patrick and please let us know your comments in the section below. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/how-the-pandemic-has-changed-the-way-we-do-business-patrick-schwerdtfeger-business-futurist/

12 minJUN 23
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How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way We Do Business – Patrick Schwerdtfeger, Business Futurist

How to Combat Racism in Your Workplace – Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome psychologist, author and entrepreneur, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. Dr. Tomas has written 10 books including his latest, Why do so many incompetent men become leaders? and The Talent Delusion: Why Data, Not Intuition, Is the Key to Unlocking Human Potential and over 150 scientific papers on the psychology of talent, leadership, innovation, and AI. He is currently the Chief Talent Scientist at Manpower Group, co-founder of Deeper Signals and Metaprofiling, and Professor of Business Psychology at University College London and Columbia University. Dr. Tomas joins ASBN today to talk about an article he wrote that was recently published on HBR.com titled, How To Combat Racism At Work: No human environment will ever be prejudice-free, but humane organizations can do a great deal to reduce workplace discrimination, including racism. To get a better understanding of the topic at hand, we asked Dr. Tomas to clarify how prejudi...

24 minJUN 23
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How to Combat Racism in Your Workplace – Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

The Atlanta Small Business Show on CBS46 and Peachtree TV: Episode 47 – [6.05.20]

On this week’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we kick things off with reality star and philanthropist, Tanya Sam. Next up, we have a thought provoking chat on the importance of building relationships in the workplace with expert Shasta Nelson. Following Shasta, we welcome back author of the best selling book, The Crisis Turnaround and CEO of Atlanta based Dragon Army, Jeff Hilimire. We then speak with President of Motivation Works, Dan Thurmon, who tells us how to shatter self-imposed limitations and thrive in business. Last but not least, a preview of this past week’s Atlanta Small Business Profile with Ted Jenkin where Ted interviews Derek Griffin, CEO of Speartek. You don’t want to miss this one! Want your business featured on The Atlanta Small Business Show? Tell us your story! And if you would like to advertise with ASBN, give us a call at 770-954-8609 or email us at sales@myasbn.com. https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-shows/atlanta-small-business-show/the-at...

28 minJUN 23
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The Atlanta Small Business Show on CBS46 and Peachtree TV: Episode 47 – [6.05.20]

7 Steps to Your Inevitable Business Recovery – Beate Chelette, Growth Architect

On today’s edition of The Atlanta Small Business Show, Jim welcomes back Beate Chelette, the author of the #1 international Amazon Bestseller “Happy Woman Happy World – How to Go From Overwhelmed to Awesome”. She has been named one of fifty must-follow women entrepreneurs by the Huffington Post, and sold her first venture to the one and only Bill Gates. Beate is here today to discuss the steps you should take now for an inevitable recovery. Click on the infographic below for more information. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/7-steps-to-your-inevitable-business-recovery-beate-chelette-growth-architect-and-bestselling-author/

13 minJUN 23
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7 Steps to Your Inevitable Business Recovery – Beate Chelette, Growth Architect

What You Won’t Learn in Business School About Starting a Business – Rizwan Virk

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Rizwan Virk. Rizwan is the author of Startup Myths and Models: What You Won’t Learn in Business School. He is also a successful entrepreneur, video game pioneer, and venture capitalist and founder of the startup accelerator Play Labs @ MIT. Rizwan joins ASBN today to discuss about his new book, Startup Myths and Models as well as his own entrepreneurial journey. Tune-in to hear more from Rizwan on this topic and please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/what-you-wont-learn-in-business-school-about-starting-a-business-rizwan-verk-author-of-startup-myths-and-models/

22 minJUN 23
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What You Won’t Learn in Business School About Starting a Business – Rizwan Virk

Why Ed Trimble Launched GeorgiaALIVE to Tackle our State’s Greatest Needs During the Pandemic Crisis

On today’s edition of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we welcome Ed Trimble, Founder of GeorgiaALIVE, a central source for COVID-19 reporting and protective equipment exchange. Tune-in to hear more from Ed and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/interviews/why-ed-trimble-launched-georgiaalive-to-tackle-our-states-greatest-needs-during-the-pandemic-crisis/

12 minJUN 23
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Why Ed Trimble Launched GeorgiaALIVE to Tackle our State’s Greatest Needs During the Pandemic Crisis

Adapting Your Customer Experience For a Post-COVID World – Joseph Michelli

On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we’re pleased to welcome back our good friend and contributor Joseph Michelli. Joseph is a New York Times best-selling author of various books including, “The Airbnb Way: 5 Leadership Lessons for Igniting Growth through Loyalty, Community, and Belonging” as well as a sought-after customer experience expert. In this segment, Jim and Joseph talk about what your customer experience strategy should look like post COVID-19. Tune-in to hear more from Joseph and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-shows/atlanta-small-business-show/adapting-your-customer-experience-for-a-post-covid-world-joseph-michelli-best-selling-author/

14 minJUN 11
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Adapting Your Customer Experience For a Post-COVID World – Joseph Michelli
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