Posts by Sue Monhait

Going from Emotion to Productivity When Tragedy Strikes with Bobbi Baehne of Think Big Go Local

Episode 170 – Bobbi is the President of Think Big Go Local, a digital marketing agency headquartered in the Chicagoland area. They focus exclusively on entrepreneurs and have worked with over 300 clients spanning dozens of different industries.  TBGL specializes in getting small business messages in front of their client’s ideal customer, thereby growing their…

Could an Artisan Co-op Be for You? with Nancy Gissendaner of Queen Bee Artisan Market

Episode 169 – The Queen Bee Artisan Market an indoor market open year-round in the beautiful tourist town of Lake Geneva, WI. Nancy has tripled in size in only three years! Going from 22 to now 75 artisans, the Queen Bee Artisan Market displays products from all over the USA with many artisans local to…

Inventory Woes and Resolution with Layne Booth

Episode 168 – Layne’s business, The Project Booth, focuses on the inventory and ordering mayhem that becomes a struggle for many product-based businesses. Layne grew up as a math nerd, graduated college with two engineering degrees and went straight into manufacturing. She spent over a decade in the supply chain world. But as her family…

Meet the New and Improved LinkedIn with Viveka von Rosen

Episode 167 – Viveka von Rosen is Cofounder of Vengreso, the largest provider of full spectrum digital sales transformation solutions.  Known as the @LinkedInExpert, she’s also the author of the best-selling book, LinkedIn Marketing: An Hour a Day and LinkedIn: 101 Ways to Rock Your Personal Brand! She is a regular contributor to Forbes, Inc,…

Are You REALLY Serving Your Customers? with Jim Lederer of Bluegrass

Episode 166 – Jim has spent over thirty years in the restaurant business. Companies he’s worked with that you may recognize even if you aren’t local, are Stouffers Restaurant Corporation, Don Roth’s, and Crawdaddy Bayou.  Jim has traveled and consulted in the food & beverage industry for Universal Hospitality. He also started the Restaurant Row…