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Spectacular Interview with Entrepreneur & Marketing Extraordinaire Cortina Caldwell

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 1. Tell me about yourself. Your educational background, current job title(s), and your background in marketing.

This might be a good place to look – http://www.linkedin.com/in/cortinajcaldwell.  Anything I could say, I’ve already typed out on there (: Please let me know if you need things more specific to just marketing rather than my entire background.SGC&CC

From LinkedIn: “What I know for sure is that when the authentic self – who we really are what we consider valuable to our identity – aligns with our work, we have an opportunity to practice magic in the form of a fulfilling life. If you currently work in an environment that resonates with your authentic self, you know first-hand how
intentional and meaningful your contribution feels. Regardless of corporate structure, you might even feel empowered to make decisions because you have autonomy to do so. Yet, this is not the story for all of us. For the entrepreneur, innovator, educator, change maker and artist – every decision counts. The way you live your life matters and more importantly, the impact of your work on the community matters. How we spend our working life and earn a living…MATTERS. The most effective method for being an asset to the greater community is to intentionally align your authentic self with an authentic business/organization.

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Bryce Duncan Interview

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On Saturday, January 24, 2015, I had the great pleasure of interviewing Bryce Duncan, a PHD student in nano-sciene and nano-engineering at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Duncan is also one of the co-founders of Kepley Biosystems. Kepley is a bioscience company which specializes in research and new technologies. Duncan is an entrepreneurial chemist who works among many biologists. I enjoyed learning about nano-science and nano-engineering, and the innovative practices taking place in such field and beyond. Take a look at our interview below, I guarantee you will learn something new!

 

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PB Buttermilks Consignments

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When you walk into PB Buttermilks Consignment you can’t help but notice the design and style of the shop. Located down the street from Duke University, on the popular 9th street, PB Buttermilks gains a lot of foot traffic. April, owner and operator of this cute shop chats with me about start up challenges, lessons learned and the future plans of the shop that are right around the corner. After several conversations face to face and through email (I even went in on a Sunday and worked in the shop with her) I was able to comprise all the information gained from those meetings into this interview, enjoy!

What is your background in? Did you leave your career to start your business?

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Interview of Van Stayton

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Innovator, Leader, Pilot, War Veteran, Developer, Visionary,– Just a few words to describe a remarkable man who has lived a remarkable life. This is an interview of Entrepreneur  Van Stayton. He is a real estate developer that owns several housing projects around the country including “The Summit” student housing apartment complex located in close proximity to Western Carolina University. A man with remarkable work ethic and a natural ability to visualize potential assets where many fail to see opportunity.

VAN A. STAYTON

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