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Friends With Businesses Podcast

Friends With Businesses Podcast

By Friends with Businesses
Candid conversations with Nashville's newest founders.

Hosted by Blake Urmos of Low Voltage Nation and Elizabeth Yarbrough of Talentality.
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Episode 4 - Chakita Patterson of United Street Tours

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Episode 1 - Brittany Cole of Career Thrivers
In this episode we talk with Brittany Cole, founder of Career Thrivers. Career Thrivers is a leadership development firm that equips organizations to build inclusive leadership teams, and to be the type of workplace where diverse millennial talent thrives. They do this through 1-on-1 coaching, group coaching and workshops, events, and they have a long list of corporate and small business clients who they have helped. Listen up because you’re going to love hearing from Career Thrivers founder, Brittany Cole! Date episode recorded: 2/20/20 Where to find her: Website: https://www.careerthrivers.com/ Instagram: @careerthrivers Facebook: Career Thrivers LinkedIn: Career Thrivers
34:56
April 20, 2020
Episode 2 - Trey McClarnon of Best Part Productions
In this episode we talked to Trey McClarnon of Best Part Productions, a production company that creates films, commercials and other media. Trey and his brother Chad started Best Part Productions about 8 years ago and are currently working on their first feature film in Nashville. I can’t wait for you to hear Trey’s story. Enjoy! Where to find him: Website: http://www.bestpartproductions.com/ Facebook: Best Part Productions Twitter: @bestpartpro
31:50
April 20, 2020
Episode 3 - Anupa Naik of 5 Stone Consulting
In this episode we talk with Anupa Naik of 5 Stone Consulting, a tech strategy consulting firm she started with two partners after the previous company they all worked for, Inquicker, was acquired. We talk to Anupa about working in technology, why she never thought she’d be an entrepreneur, and how yoga helps her in business and in life. Where to find her: Website: https://5stone.io/
30:51
April 20, 2020
Episode 4 - Chakita Patterson of United Street Tours
In this episode we talk with Chakita Patterson, founder of United Street Tours. United Street Tours offers walking tours that introduce you to the people, history, food, and art of black culture that are often overlooked. Chakita was just named to the Nashville Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 in March of this year so listen up because I think you’re going to love hearing from her today. Where to find her: Website: https://unitedstreettours.com/ Instagram: @unitedstreettours Facebook: @unitedstreettours LinkedIn: @unitedstreettours
32:54
April 20, 2020
Episode 5 - Charles Hunter of The Salted Table
In this episode we talk with Charles Hunter, founder of The Salted Table, a business he started in 2015 as an in-home caterer and has since blossomed into quite the lifestyle business that creates in-home events all around Nashville., in addition to Charles’s food writing. We talked with Charles about his love for food, his favorite places to eat, and what he sees for the future of his business. Where to find him: Website: thesaltedtable.com Instagram: @thesaltedtable Facebook: @thesaltedtable Twitter: @thesaltedtable
33:02
April 20, 2020
Episode 6 - Laura Anderson of Religious Trauma Institute
In this episode we talk with Laura Anderson, co-founder of Religious Trauma Institute, an online community for mental health clinicians, advocates, researchers, and survivors to expand the conversation about Adverse Religious Experiences and to create trauma-informed resources for survivors of religious trauma. We talked with Laura about how she ended up in her field, how social media has helped grow her business and what she sees for the future of RTI. Where to find her: Website: religioustraumainstitute.com Instagram: @religioustraumainstitute Facebook: @religioustraumainstitute Twitter: @religioustraumainstitute
24:49
April 20, 2020