This podcast is a platform for other locally owned marketing and advertising companies in Kansas City to speak about all they offer their customers and how working with a locally owned company can often times provide to you a different touch and feel when working on your campaign.
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The owner of Kairos, John Koster, sets down with us to discuss marketing for the local business, respecting advertising budgets and his company's structure and their competitive advantage. We also briefly discuss the downfall of Nebraska football.
Steve DiFranco is the Business Development Manager at InQuest Marketing in Kansas City. This conversation takes us on a journey that you will want to be on. One of our most motivational and inspiring conversations to date, this is a can't miss episode. We talk about sales in a local business, turning your life around and the benefits of being authentic to those you work with.
Managing Partner of Fasone Partners in Kansas City, Michal Fasone Jr sets down with us to talk business ownership, when to hire an agency and a culture building sled ride that has set Youtube on fire. This was an incredible conversation and one.
Long time friend, Mike Montague sets down with us to discuss websites, brand development, sales and marketing. This wide ranging conversation covers a wide variety of topics for the business owner and someone working in the marketing industry. We cover a lot so take notes. This is a really good episode.
Due to all of your questions and feed back, we took your questions and comments and put them into an episode. So, here you go, here are 10 of your most frequently asked questions and my thoughts on them. If I missed something of interest, or you have a seperate question, please don't hesitate to reach out. Denglish@ad-trend.com is the best way to submit a question.
Building a brand is incredibly important to the success of your business. In this episode Jim Genis sets down with us and applies his expert opinon on what building a brand really means. How is your message seen and delivered?
Professional coach and successful entrepreneur, Aaron Brauch joins us to talk business ownership, mistakes business owners make and setting goals. Aaron is the CEO of Strategic Life Skills and someone everyone can learn from.
The Vice President at Steel City Media sat down with us to discuss all of the benefits radio can bring his customers. KFKF 94.1, Mix 93.3, Q104, and KC 102.1 are powerhouse stations in the metro and for a lot of people, the voice of Kansas City. This conversation is really one of the best we have had.
One of the best marketing minds in the metro, Marketing Communications Director at C2FO, Emily Figg, joined us to talk marketing strategy, focus and company culture. This is a high level conversation with some incredible advice for business owners.
We had the chance to meet up with the founder of Torna, Michael Wilson. Our incredibly insightful conversation goes in a variety of directions and the content is incredibly deep, honest and educational.
Owner of Lillian James Creative, Aaron Fulk, sets down with us to discuss a wide variety of topics, including her business, business ownership, and woman business owners. Please remember to listen, subscribe and share our episodes.
Your regular host decided to take a break from our regular episode and host a Q&A session. Thanks for all of the listeners who have reached out. If you have a question, please email Denglish@ad-trend.com
In this episode, we had the chance to set down with Laura McKnight, the owner of Embolden here in Kansas City. Founded in 1998, Embolden delivers fast, simple, and cost-effective solutions to help you get what's missing from your marketing. The conversation with Laura was fascinating and very high level. It was an absolute pleasure talking to her. We even answered some of your questions that have been emailed in.
This episode, we get the chance to set down with the owner of JCook Media, Jana Cook. Jana has been one of my favorite people for a very long time. We talk about everything from owning a business, today's current media landscape and small town Kansas. Grab something to take notes with, this is a spectacular episode.
Vincent Printing is a family owned printing company focused in the Outdoor Advertising market. We were incredibly excited to have their President, Beau Wells set down with us. In this episode, we talk about how important it is to seperate yourself from the large, corporate companies you compete against. Vincent is up to some incredible things, and their products are second to none in the printing industry. This insightful conversation proves to be one that contains some incredibly valuable information.
Kliff is the CEO of KCPT in Kansas City. For the last 9 years he has been on the forefront of all that KCPT has done. From developing new, innovative ways to reach views to growing listenership on all of their formats, Kliff is there. This episode discusses the unique moment that KCPT offers their viewers and how speciel it is to Kansas City.
Union Broadcasting, also known as 810 WHB Sports Radio and 1510 ESPN have led the way in defining sports talk radio in Kansas City. One of the owners, Sandy Cohen, sits down with us in a blockbuster conversation regarding all radio advertising can do for a customer and how running a business can be both the most challenging thing you have ever done and the most rewarding.
Tammy Cunningham is an absolute rock star and someone I was thrilled to set down with. In our conversation, we talk about everything from clients to passion and even a little bit about wine and the Brady Bunch. I fully expect that you will leave this conversation knowing a little more about running your own business and how much she loves and respects her clients. This is an exceptional episode and one I can't wait to bring you.
Fully of energy and passion about his business, Owner Don Jalbert takes you on a ride. This exciting episode discusses all it takes to run a successful business in Kansas City. We dive into the client experience with Exhibit Associates and what a small business owner needs to do differnetly in such a competitive market.