The entertainment business is exciting and challenging in many ways. Journey along with the leadership team of MACG Productions, a minority-owned media company founded in America and creating content globally.
When you have people that are eager able and willing to help, you have to take into consider what that help means and how it can affect those relationships. In this episode, we will cover how to avoid the us vs. them mentality and how to meet the expectations of those who help you.
"When it comes to your business, you can get caught up in wanting to get all the bells and whistles before you really need it." Tasha and Ashley discuss when its appropriate to take risks and when money needs to be saved up for a rainy day, even when the funds are limited
Ashley and Tasha discuss when they decided that they needed help and how they started building their own team. MACG is made up of a team of volunteers, but even volunteers need compensation, but compensation can be more than just monetary.
"You build models that can run without you" - Dany Garcia
This episode we discuss some of the the skills we learned along our journey as a business that are needed to not only survive, but prosper in our current business environment
Meet Ashley Griffin, Creative Director, and Natasha Pipkins, HR & Consulting Director, members of the founding team of Multifacetedacg Productions LLC (MACG Productions). In this episode, the ladies candidly share their stories of how being fans of Korean entertainment has developed into a growing multinational brand and business.
Learn more about the business at www.macgproductions.com